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/article/solving-first-life-phosphate-problem
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Research associated with the Simos Foundation’s Collaboration of the Origins of Life offers a new answer to an old problem for getting a soup of chemicals to somehow turn into a living cell. Assuming that life arose spontaneously, how did...

/article/the-plan-to-replace-god/
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - After reviewing the writings of some 18th- and 19th-century thinkers, I’m convinced that the popularity of ideas like “millions of years” and “organic evolution” prevalent today didn’t come from scientific data...

/article/neanderthal-extinction-dilemma
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - How did Neanderthals go extinct? Four researchers from the Netherlands recently published the results of their computer-modeled human populations in the journal PLOS ONE.1 The findings show that small Neanderthal population sizes would have caused...

/article/more-trex-soft-tissues
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - The latest fossil biochemistry paper, published in Scientific Reports, describes “blood vessel structures” recovered from inside a T. rex femur.1 This is the same femur in which the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology featured collagen...

/article/homology-descent-or-design
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - An evolutionist friend and I recently chatted about animals. He said it’s amazing how many different animals’ skeletons look so similar. Just stretch, shrink, and shape the bones of one creature to transform them into the skeletal...

/article/do-carbon-ages-refute-biblical-timeline
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Many reporters and scientists treat carbon dates like facts. Of course, the more recent dates work well enough. But news reports, textbooks, and even movies present enormous ages like “47,000 BCE” all the time. Yet, the Bible...

/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...

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