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A Review of the Documentary Film “Is Genesis History?”

Is Genesis History? asks a question that many Christians struggle with. Is the first book of the Bible comprised of pious myths? Is it an allegory designed to teach important lessons about God, but not actually a record of the … Continue reading

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Patterns in the Fossil Record, Part 2

Balancing extremes A general note of caution is necessary in the discussion of patterns in the fossil record. As with many other aspects of the natural world, the complexity that we find in this field of study tends to transcend … Continue reading

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Patterns in the fossil record, part 1

Fossils are remains of organisms or traces of their activity preserved in the rock record. The scientific significance of fossils is truly remarkable, because they represent the only available archive of past forms of life. Through fossils, not only can … Continue reading

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How do Neanderthals fit with a biblical model?

NEANDERTHAL DESCENDANTS According to evolutionary paleoanthropologists Neanderthals went extinct about 30,000 years ago, with their last individuals living in southern Spain and Gibraltar. In the light of what we know about their anatomy, genetics, and culture, what is their relationship … Continue reading

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Who or what are Neanderthals?

Ever since the discovery of the first Neanderthal fossil in 1856, scientists and theologians have been puzzled about the nature and place of these humans on the family tree. Where did they come from? Were they actual humans? When and … Continue reading

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