In this issue . . .
Q: Who is this Darwin guy, anyway?
A: Throughout 2009 the world will be celebrating Darwin’s birthday (February 12, 1809) and the publication of On the Origin of Species (November 24, 1859). Meanwhile, Bible-believing Christians have had 150 years to reflect on Darwin’s life and work. What have we learned?
First, it’s important to get our facts straight. Darwin was not a demon or an angel, but a human being like the rest of us, struggling with difficult personal and intellectual questions.
Second, Darwin made some valuable scientific observations and raised some good questions. Scientists are still trying to answer many of those questions today.
The January issue of Answers magazine asked leading minds in creation science to share their perspectives on both Darwin and his book, and to report on the latest efforts by creationists to provide an alternative explanation for the origin of species.
To learn more about the special upcoming issue of Answers magazine that could be called a “Creationist Manifesto for the Twenty-first Century,” visit our special Year of Darwin webpage.
Don’t Miss Out!
The next session of our online education courses begins soon and registration is open until November 20. Foundations in Creation Apologetics is a 12-week course designed to equip you to defend your faith in an evolution-dominated world that is increasingly hostile to Christianity. Each weekly lesson is designed so that you can work at your own pace, so it is ideal for both students and working people. The lessons focus on helping you understand the issues involved and how to use the information you learn to share your faith with others. As a student, you will be involved in reading articles, watching videos, discussing ideas with classmates and instructors, and applying what you have learned in the assessments.
Want to learn more about how the Bible is confirmed by archaeology, science, and everything we see around us? Join us for a 6-week study in Creation Apologetics and the Bible. You will explore how we arrive at the age of the earth, the historical accuracy of the biblical record, the authority of Scripture, and more. Interact with other students from around the world and strengthen your faith as you dive deep into God’s Word in this course.
For more information about these learning opportunities, visit edu.answersingenesis.org.
News to Note Quick Look
A “no rejection” solution: It’s a substantial victory in stem cell research—and a reminder that we don’t need to sacrifice life in pursuit of successful therapies. Read more.
Seeing is believing, but they’ll take aliens on faith: Considering all the conclusions astronomers have drawn about exoplanets, it’s surprising that they’ve never actually seen them. That is, until now. Read more.
Also: foot evolution: a big flop; embracing your inner marsupial; are you dumber than Homo erectus?; supposed missing links: Tiktaalik, “Lucy,” . . . hazentine?; all in the family; this is where it gets woolly; water, water everywhere—but nary a hint of life; does this turtle rescue evolution?; and who’s really robbing Genesis? Read more.
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