Engineered Adaptability: Fast Adaptation Confirms Design-Based Model
On April 13, 1970, an oxygen tank explosion on the Apollo 13 spacecraft thwarted its scheduled moon landing and threatened the crew’s ability to return home. The astronauts on board and engineers at the Kennedy Space Center had to quickly improvise a solution. Using duct tape, plastic bags, and other assorted items, they adapted the Command Module’s carbon dioxide removal system to fit the Lunar Module, providing a targeted solution...
Can We Understand the Bible for Ourselves?
Do we need experts to interpret the Bible for us, or can we understand it for ourselves? ICR’s National Representative, Dr. Randy Guliuzza, discusses the doctrine of biblical clarity and...
Answers to Build Your Faith
Hello, I’m Bill West, ICR’s System Administrator. Thirteen years ago, a man dedicated to God’s Word shared the gospel with me, and...
Biblical Creation for Everyone
Hello, my name is Rebecca Barber. I work here at ICR’s School of Biblical Apologetics, and I recently finished a project detailing the history...
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