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God’s Signature In Your Cells

In #All, Apologetics, Biology, Christianity, Creation, Darwinism, Evolution, ID, Justin's HS Class, Logic, Mathematics, Philosophy, Reasoning, Science, Truth by Justin Hornbaker

Continuing the lessons from Justin’s spring class “What They Won’t Teach You In College,” this is lesson number nine titled “God’s Signature In Your Cells.” In this lesson he focuses in on the details of intelligent design versus evolutionary chance at the very base level of all biological systems.

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DNA Information and Error Correction

In #All, Apologetics, Biology, ID, Podcast, Science by Brian Johnson

Since the discovery of the DNA double helix it’s been all but impossible to rationally account for what we’ve been finding biologically from a purely naturalistic perspective. What might have been known scientifically in Darwin’s day has now been far surpassed in terms of biological complexity. I’m going to look at just two of the newest discoveries we’ve made in …

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Darwinism Is Under Siege

In #All, Apologetics, Biology, ID, Science by Brian Johnson

I tell everyone that the best way to defeat evolution is to understand it. If you can look at the theory with an open mind you quickly see the many insurmountable problems with the idea. One of the questions I ask myself is “Why do these PhD scientists continue to ignore what modern science is showing us about Darwinian evolution?” …

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Darwin’s Finches: The Hype Continues

In #All, Apologetics, Biology, Creation, Science by Brian Johnson

Darwinian evolution is a theory that can best explain things if one focuses mostly on older scientific data. Keep in mind that Darwin didn’t have a degree in Biology, his degree was in Theology. This isn’t to say that he couldn’t have understood some of what he was observing but what he focused on was what we would call in …

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Peer-Reviewed Paper Reveals Darwin’s Unavoidable Catch-22 Problem

In Apologetics, Biology, Science by sdapologetics

A new peer-reviewed paper in the journal Complexity presents a computational model of evolution which shows that evolving new biological structures may be deterred by an unavoidable catch-22 problem. The article by physicists David Snoke, Jeffery Cox, and Donald Petcher begins by observing that in order to produce a new system, evolution first needs to try lots of new things. …