That's A Fact
Mankind has made a lot of tools, but none of them rival the usefulness and versatility of the human hand. Its structure and design give evidence of God’s creativity and allows us to do a wide variety of tasks—like typing, eating, and building skyscrapers.
In the 19th century, the theory of abiogenesis was widely accepted, much like evolution is today. Charles Darwin strongly promoted the idea that life was generated spontaneously from non-life. However, Louis Pasteur, a French microbiologist and believer in biblical creation, made a startling discovery that turned this notion completely upside down.
Can evolution explain math? The Mandelbrot set of numbers reveals a secret code that went undiscovered for thousands of years. While mathematicians can plot this set by hand, today’s computers show with great precision the beauty God built into numbers.
As the old saying goes, dogs are man’s best friend. Dogs perform many useful tasks—from hunting to security to helping people with disabilities. Most of us would agree that we’re just glad they’re part of the family! Where did dogs come from? How can we explain the tremendous variety of dog breeds?
Leonardo da Vinci dreamed up a flying machine over 500 years ago, but it wasn’t until 1903 that the famous Wright brothers designed and successfully flew the first powered heavier-than-air aircraft. Since their inspiration came from studying the mechanics of pigeon wings in flight, the invention of airplanes is an awesome example of biomimicry—humans copying God’s design.
How did turkey become the main course for most Thanksgiving feasts? Is the tryptophan in turkey to blame for the annual “turkey coma”? Whether or not this bird is on the menu for your family this holiday season, we have a lot to thank God for.
The question of whether there’s life on other planets is a hot topic in sci-fi movies and TV shows, but secular scientists really do believe they’ll find life beyond Earth. Is Earth just another planet, or is there something special about it?
Throughout history, intelligent scholars have explored the complex mysteries of numbers. One such intellectual was Leonardo of Pisa—also known as Fibonacci. What do Fibonacci numbers reveal about our Creator? More...
Everywhere we look in the universe, we see that the evidence is consistent with what the Bible says about its age. Just how old is the universe? More...
There aren’t any astronomical reasons why a week has seven days. Or why we traditionally work for six of those days and rest on the seventh. Why is a week seven days long?