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/article/maillard-reactions-explain-dinosaur-proteins
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - How could dinosaur proteins persist over 70 million years inside dinosaur bones? That’s one of the biggest questions that secular paleontologists have faced in the last two decades. Many of them reason that some unique but undiscovered set...

/article/st-davids-dragon-fantasy-or-reality
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - My early memories of dinosaur teachings reflected the doctrine of their extinction 65 million years ago and the evolution of mankind only several million years ago. If that really happened, then our ancestors who lived before the scientific study...

/article/what-is-the-image-of-god
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Genesis 1:26 says, “Then God said, ‘Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness.’” What does it mean for humans to bear the lofty image of God? First, we look up key words. Image can refer to a molded idol....

/article/the-worlds-oldest-bird-fossil
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Ask college freshman biology students to name the oldest bird fossil and they’ll probably say the evolutionary icon Archaeopteryx. In that case, you’d hear the wrong answer. The story of which fossil receives the prize for the oldest...

/article/why-did-god-make-mosquitos
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - My wife and I enjoy evening walks with our dog when the Texas weather lets us. Unfortunately, mosquitos seem to like good weather too. And they recognize my wife is much sweeter than I am. She often asks, while swatting at them, why God made...

/article/dinosaur-mingled-with-sea-creatures-in-japan
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Each time a fossilized creature with legs is found mingled with fossil sea creatures, a new quandary for evolutionary history presents itself. When the same situation surfaces many times, that quandary multiplies. Discoveries like a new and...

/article/fossil-ape-skull-game-ender
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - A recent poll of college-age Americans showed that the single most convincing science-based argument for evolution is the lineup of supposed ape-like evolutionary ancestors of mankind.1 But epidemic disagreement among researchers over the relevance...

/article/over-a-dozen-more-dinosaur-soft-tissues
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - A trio of scientists used sterile techniques to collect 17 dinosaur fossils. They searched deep inside the specimens for original, still-soft tissue remnants. What did they find? Their Edmontosaurus (a species of hadrosaur) fossils came from...

/article/research-presented-at-secular-conference
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - This past summer, a colleague and I went to a secular science conference seeking critique from our non-creationist colleagues over what amounts to creation research. Their reactions surprised us. Creation science done well should be...

/article/does-palo-duro-canyon-show-deep-time
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Some friends and I recently hiked into Texas’ Palo Duro Canyon, where sedimentary rock layers span the horizon. Eighteenth-century naturalists thought rock layers represented vast ages, a tradition most scientists still cling to. We looked...

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