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Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Cancer took the life of both my dad and a friend in the last several months. Death certainly injects misery into the joys of life. I know we must die, for “the wages of sin is death” (Romans 6:23) and “all have sinned”...

/article/why-do-i-believe-in-recent-creation
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - A student recently asked what I believe about the age of the earth. I replied that at one time I felt absolutely certain that the world was billions of years old. I even wrote a song that mentioned “the age of dinosaurs.” Now,...

/article/the-rocket-bug-lone-insect-of-the-open-ocean
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Various water-striding insects use small body sizes, long legs, and fine hairs on their feet to skate on the surfaces of ponds and streams. But life on the open ocean presents tougher challenges than landlocked waterways. Waves, fishes, salt, and...

/article/how-not-to-date-hominid-remains
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - A recent Neanderthal study in the journal Science mixed detailed archaeological finds with stories about human origins. As is typical, the report’s age assignments for fossils fit evolutionary time instead of the Bible’s much shorter...

/article/scripture-climate
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Climate change conversations squeeze their way into so many different topics, yet climate research is rife with confusion. Which scientists are right—those who say manmade pollution and greenhouse gases cause most global warming, or those...

/article/jungle-crickets-sophisticated-design-avoid-bats
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - One hundred percent effective. How often does that happen, especially in the dog-eat-dog world of biology? Researchers from the University of Bristol in the UK and Graz University in Austria found exactly that in a life-saving strategy that a...

/article/spinosaurus-swam-swimming-spinosaurus-scripture
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Spinosaurus aegyptiacus had a longer body than the enormous T. rex. In Nature journal, researchers published a new reconstruction of the extinct reptile’s tail, showing that it would have undulated side-to-side.1 They found that the tall,...

/article/subtle-idolatry-in-modern-science
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Engaging in worship seems unavoidable for humans—even the atheistic thinkers who dominate modern science. Reverence and adoration lie at the heart of worship. Scripture tells us the ancient Egyptians, Canaanites, Israelites, and other...

/article/how-do-hominids-fit-with-the-bible
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - A recent survey showed that the most persuasive argument for evolution comes from the iconic drawing of the apes-to-man parade.1 This popular picture illustrates ape-like animals evolving into a human. If this image reflects actual history, then...

/article/did-our-brains-evolve-language-pathways
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - A Newcastle University press release title reads, “Origins of language pathway in the brain at least 25 million years old.”1 How can science measure the origins of brain pathways that supposedly happened so long before scientists could...

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