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Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Evolutionists are celebrating the discovery of what they claim is a small dinosaur skull trapped in Burmese amber.1 Oculudentavis khaungraae is declared to be a tiny Mesozoic dinosaur that is 99 million years old. Yet, the physical traits point...

/article/turtles-have-always-been-turtles
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Turtles (Chelonia) are found in oceans, freshwater ponds, and on land. The Galapagos tortoise is the largest living species of tortoise and, like the sea turtle, is able to live well over a century. A 100% turtle fossil (Stupendemys geographicus)...

An Ocean of Viruses - Mar 31, 2020
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Frank Sherwin, M.A. - A virus is a very tiny structure. In its simplest definition, a virus is some nucleic acid (either DNA or RNA) packed inside a protein coat. It is designed to replicate inside living cells. Not all viruses are bad, but the disease-causing ones such...

/article/difference-between-virus-and-bacteria
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - As we are embroiled in a worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to know the basics of these tragic viral infections and why the medical community can’t just prescribe common antibiotics as they do with bacterial infections. To begin...

/article/metabolic-pathways-to-god
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - We read in Genesis 1 how God created the universe and everything in it—from people, animals, and plants to planets and stars. Life is incredibly complex, having been created that way “in the beginning.” Indeed, there is no such...

/article/brazil-appoints-creationism-advocate
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Good news is hard to come by regarding the origins battle in education. The majority of educators and scientists around the world have an evolutionary worldview. Therefore, they’re not open to any alternative to Darwinism be it some form of...

/article/brittle-stars-see-with-skin
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Echinoderms, “spiny-skinned” invertebrates, are first found in the Cambrian sedimentary rock layers as 100% echinoderms. The first brittle stars (Echinoderm, class Ophiuroidea) were found in the Early Ordovician sediments and...

/article/genesis-and-the-oceans
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - The origin of the oceans has long been a puzzle to secular scientists.1 Recently, however, progress has been made. Evolutionists are suggesting a novel idea regarding the source of Earth’s oceans—and it sounds quite biblical. In 2010,...

/article/dna-repair-research-astounding-complexity
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - You have been designed with many trillions of cells. Within the nucleus of each cell (except for red blood cells) is the “molecule of life” called DNA. It’s organized into chromosomes (humans have 46) upon which many thousands...

/article/photosynthesis-clearly-designed-from-beginning
Frank Sherwin, M.A. - Unique structures in rare bacteria suggest the amazing process of photosynthesis is much “older” than evolutionists assumed. Photosynthesis is the process of turning sunlight, water and carbon dioxide into sugar and oxygen. There...

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