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James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - Bats are mysterious, marvelous mammals of prey, even in a fallen world where omnivorous predation is common.1 Because bats are mostly nocturnal, only beginning their aerial hunting at sunset, their nighttime foraging habits often go unseen by...

/article/gods-providence-sal-gup-cavefish
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - For fish, life is very demanding. Fish life requires quick, targeted self-adjustments 24/7 to ever-changing conditions such as varying salinity and dissolved oxygen, pH (acidity/alkalinity), seasonal sunlight, water temperature, territory...

/article/lightning-soilbacteria-godsprovidence
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - Nitrogen is vital for human survival, yet few appreciate how lightning and soil bacteria contribute to Earth’s nitrogen cycle. That Earth’s nitrogen cycle serves us as it does, reliably enabling our bodies to live and grow, proves...

/article/Altruistic-Birds-Embarrass-Evolutionists
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - Why are evolutionists surprised to learn that birds are intelligent, careful, and very caring? Birds communicate among themselves, use tools, and often demonstrate altruism (unselfishly caring for others)—sometimes risking their own welfare...

/article/sturgeon-and-latest-greatest-fallacy
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - Chesapeake Bay, the world’s largest bay, continually confuses evolutionists, but not so Atlantic sturgeons, who periodically spawn in that bay’s tributary rivers.1 Why? Erroneous assumptions about Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser...

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James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - In order for tufted, horned, and Atlantic puffins to “be fruitful, multiply, and fill” specific habitats on Earth,1 they need the right equipment. That requires God-given design bioengineering fitted for interfacing with dynamic...

/article/birds-cousins-reptiles
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - Are today’s birds genealogical “cousins” to today’s reptiles due to a shared evolutionary ancestry? No. However, birds and reptiles share the same Creator, the Lord Jesus Christ, who created them to share the same...

/article/christ-providence-clearly-seen-bird-migrations
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - Just as monkeys can’t accidently type Shakespeare texts, birds can’t migrate by evolutionary luck, despite imagined eons of time for “lucky” accidents.1 Why? Because the challenging mix of birds’ metabolic needs for...

/article/tree-rings-corroborate-viking-sagas
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - After Leif Eiriksson’s original voyage to North American shores, the Greenland Vikings remained in “Vinland the Good” for a time—but for how long? A couple of decades, at least, according to new evidence reported in...

/article/pickles-for-apologetics
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - Food, even dill pickles, can provide relevant insights for creation apologetics.1 Since November 14th is National Pickle Day, this is a good time to consider how dill pickles can remind us of four apologetics values.1,2 These four priorities connect...

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