I love Jurassic Park. There, I’ve said it. Now, some elaboration...
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A meeting of horned beetles and dinosaurs, peacocks and cichlid fishes…
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Domestic animals—although "human-made"—provide exceptional demonstration of the reality of evolution
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Those duck-billed dinosaurs weren’t duck-billed
In which we briefly consider pigeons and doves...
The claims of young-Earth creationists are easily checked and easily countered. And a new book—written by former creationists themselves—does this in substantive, compelling detail...
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