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/article/new-evidence-hurts-feathered-dinosaur-theory
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Is a dinosaur still a dinosaur if it has flight feathers? A new study points to some fascinating evidence that contradicts the idea of feathered dinosaurs and confirms created kinds. It’s no secret that birds fly in order to, among other...

/article/xiphactinus-dig-excavating-clues-to-noahs-flood
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - A fossil dig team was just finishing its last day of excavating a two-meter-long extinct fish on a private ranch in Kansas. As dusk began to settle on the prairie’s badlands, two team members traced some vertebrae embedded in the hillside....

/article/did-someone-really-find-noahs-ark
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - I recall a tough conversation with a skeptical student after speaking on creation and the Flood at a Christian school. This young man insisted he would never believe the Genesis Flood unless someone could show him Noah’s Ark. I tried to...

/article/human-brain-research-finds-new-folds
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Brain researchers from San Diego State University have just reported digitally capturing the dense folds of a preserved human cerebellum using a high resolution MRI device.1 Once thought to merely coordinate rote body movements, these brain folds...

/article/biological-bounceback-at-mount-st-helens
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Early one bright Sunday morning, Mount St. Helens looked as picturesque as it had for hundreds of years. Suddenly, an earthquake shook loose the north side of the mountain. This uncorked a torrent of heat, ash, and steam that torched trees,...

/article/why-dont-raindrops-bomb-butterfly-wings
Brian Thomas, Ph.D. - Okay, I admit most folks have probably not thought to ask this creation question. But a bigger question gets answered when we examine the fantastic butterfly features that counter the force of falling raindrops. Butterfly wings are quite...

/article/evolution-death-versus-jesus-death
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...

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