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Inside March 2020 Acts & Facts

What is the mystery of godliness? How do cosmic rays and sunspots impact Earth’s climate? Where can you ask an expert your deepest questions about faith and science? How does ICR’s approach to biology foster a culture of life? Discover the answers to these questions and more in the March 2020 issue of Acts & Facts!

Mysteries of God
For those who love to read, the element of mystery often adds an extra layer to the enjoyment—we can’t wait to turn the page to discover the identity of the villain, where the treasure is...
The Mystery of Godliness
And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifested in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen by angels, preached among the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up...
Flood Evidence from Sea Levels and Strontium
Vernon R. Cupps, Ph.D., and Tim Clarey, Ph.D. The October 2019 issue of Acts & Facts ran an article on the variation of the 87Sr/86Sr ratio in marine rocks.1...
Cosmic Rays, Sunspots, and Climate Change, Part 1
Sunspots are relatively cool blotches on the sun’s surface (Figure 1). The number of sunspots is an indicator of how active the sun is. It has the most sunspots when it’s most active—at...
Metabolic Pathways to God
We read in Genesis 1 how God created the universe and everything in it—from people, animals, and plants to planets and stars. Life is incredibly complex, having been created that way “in...
Iron Face Mask Found in Coal?
I was recently contacted by an older lady1 who grew up in the coal mining area of Appalachia. Her ancestors had lived in the area for generations, and she related how her miner father, now...
Discovery Center Live Presentations and Special Events
Have you been wanting to ask an expert your deepest questions about faith and science? Would you like to hear your favorite ICR scientist speak in person? You have the opportunity to do both at the...
Darwinian Medicine Is Poison to Health Care
In basic terms, practicing medicine is the science of preserving health and life. Darwinism, on the other hand, is a death-driven worldview holding that life advances through survival of the fittest....
How Did Coal Seams Form?
When I drive from Dallas to Colorado, I sometimes see southbound trains loaded with coal from vast reserves buried in Wyoming rock layers. This coal helps power the homes and industries of the almost...
Interrupting Business as Usual
Sometimes “business as usual” is interrupted by an explosive surprise. For many years, Novaya Zemlya, a group of Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean, provided a calm breeding habitat...
Death, Taxes, and a Valid Will
The distinguished Benjamin Franklin once wrote that “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”1 I’ve often grumbled about the truth in this...

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