by Brian Thomas, M.S.
Almost without fail, whenever an ICR scientist discusses original tissue in fossils, we hear well-intended explanations of how we got it all wrong—that the fossils in question are actually made of minerals. But they are not all mineral—that’s the primary point of the technical articles reporting these discoveries. Why do so many have such a hard time accepting these clear observations? More...
In This Issue...
A Lifestyle of Learning
Apologetics, Evidence, and Relevance
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min.
New Findings Presented at Creation Research Society Conference
Nathaniel T. Jeanson, Ph.D.
Hijacking the Scientific Method
Vernon R. Cupps, Ph.D.
Shark Genes Devour Evolution
Jeffrey Tomkins, Ph.D.
The Limits of Variability
John D. Morris, Ph.D.
ICR in Korea: An Audience of Millions
One Bankruptcy, Many Adversaries
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D.
Did Dinosaurs Have Feathers?
Frank Sherwin, M.A.
Powerful Kingdom Gifts
Henry M. Morris IV