In this issue . . .
A: The Bible clearly distinguishes between man and beast:
Continue reading more biblical and scientific distinctions between people and animals.
Today’s question is taken directly from this book written by information scientist Werner Gitt. In it, Gitt critically analyzes and rejects the assumptions and consequences of the doctrine of theistic evolution, examining both its biblical and scientific ramifications.
Tabbies and tigers and cheetahs, oh my!: Tabby trait traced through genetic analysis ties together the cat family tree.
The ultimate free lunch: In the beginning were the laws of physics (not!).
African melting pot: Genomic study suggests the presence of ancient anatomically modern humans all over Africa.
Moral Landscape: Can’t we be good without God?
No supernatural jumpstart?: Cosmologist asserts physics theories will explain the big bang without a “supernatural jumpstart.”
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