Helicoprion is a strange genus of an aquatic organism which is characterized by a specialized structure. This special structure has puzzled evolutionists for decades, with no clear understanding of its purpose in sight. While opinions have differed, one thing they are all certain of is that is must have evolved somehow. This is, of course, … Continue reading Helicoprion
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-e63px-b49ece Host Emory Moynagh asks if Christianity should be controversial, and if so, when and why.
"How did it come to this?" Theoden, son of Thinger1 In my previous article on this topic, I addressed some of the ways that Christianity has been shooting itself in the foot for the past half-century or more. Many Christians reached out to me or left comments on the blog itself either thanking me for … Continue reading Where the Church Failed Pt2
Scientists talk a lot about the origin of new species. It's been referred to as being "nearly synonymous with evolution" and regularly features in biology textbooks as one of if not the primary evidence for evolution. Yet, as I've previously written on the pages of this blog, speciation provides no evidence for evolution. Yet researchers … Continue reading The Resurrecting Species