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Steeds meer aanwijzingen voor Davids Koninkrijk
Er komen steeds meer aanwijzingen dat er in Israël, in de tijd van David, een koninkrijk was. Er zijn potscherven gevonden uit die tijd waarop een naam staat die ook in de Bijbel voorkomt: Esbaal. In 2012 zijn potscherven gevonden in Khirbet Qeiyafa, het Bijbelse Saaraim, vlak bij het Eikendal waar David Goliath versloeg. De... Read more »The post Steeds meer aanwijzingen voor Davids Koninkrijk appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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Waar is God als ik pijn heb?
Wat is het nut, het doel van pijn? Waar is God als ik pijn heb? Waar is God, juist als ik Hem het hardst nodig heb? Geloofstoerusting nodigde dominee Van Binsbergen uit om daar in een lezing bij stil te staan.The post Waar is God als ik pijn heb? appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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‘Professor, bestaat God?’ ‘Nee, mijn jongen, de wereld is God.’ – Een pantheïstische hoogleraar in Nederland
“Professor, bestaat God?” Twee intelligente oogjes kijken naar een man die daar staat met zijn lange mantel. De jongen kijkt vol afwachting naar het peinzende gezicht van de professor en denkt bij zichzelf: “deze geleerde man is de professor, die weet toch alles?”. We zouden het op deze manier kunnen voorstellen. Zo is het echter... Read more »The post ‘Professor, bestaat God?’ ‘Nee, mijn jongen, de wereld is God.’ – Een pantheïstische hoogleraar in Nederland appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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ICR's Discovery Center: Reaching New Generations
Last week, ICR broke ground on its new Discovery Center for Science and Earth History. Special speakers included Henry Morris III, Jason Lisle, Beck Director Kip Daniel, and Pastor Robert Jeffress. With cutting-edge technology, this center will showcase the scientific evidence that affirms the biblical account of origins. More...
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Methodologisch naturalisme, waar wortelt Radix
In een vorige bijdrage hebben we gezien dat dr. Gerdien de Jong in haar artikel in Radix, getiteld: ‘de onafhankelijkheid van geloof en wetenschap’ en E. Sober in zijn artikel: ‘Why methodological naturalism’ hebben aangegeven dat methodologisch naturalisme niet a priori noodzakelijk is. Een aspect wil ik graag nog expliciet voor het voetlicht brengen. Dat... Read more »The post Methodologisch naturalisme, waar wortelt Radix appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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High Frequency Mosquito Flight Shows Design
The fossil record shows that the amazing variety of insects has remained similar with no compelling evidence of insect evolution. Evolutionists state, “Recent research is causing zoologists to rethink their perceptions of arthropod phylogeny.” More...
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Rapid erosion means a recently-formed gorge in Taiwan could disappear within 50 years.
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The incredible transformation from tadpole to frog defies evolutionary explanation.
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Atheists are convinced life came into being by naturalistic processes, but do their conclusions match the evidence?
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New Book: New Proteins Evolve Very Easily
No Free Lunch We have seen that a new evolution book co-authored by evolutionist Dennis Venema and Scot McKnight is influenced by the mythical Warfare Thesis (here and here) and makes erroneous arguments that the fossils, echolocation, and pseudogenes support evolution (here, here and here). We now move on to another topic: protein evolution. Proteins are composed of a linear string of amino acids, often hundreds in length, and perform all sorts of important tasks in the cell. They could not have evolved by any stretch of the imagination, and so pose a rather difficult problem for evolutionists. Our new…
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New Book: Olfactory Receptor Genes Prove Common Descent
The “Shared Error” Argument We have seen that a new evolution book co-authored by evolutionist Dennis Venema and Scot McKnight is influenced by the mythical Warfare Thesis (here and here) and makes erroneous arguments that the fossils and echolocation support evolution (here and here). We now move on to another topic: broken genes, or pseudogenes. This is a popular argument amongst evolutionists and Venema uses as his example the olfactory receptor genes. The idea here is that, in different species (such as the human and chimpanzee), the same damaging mutation can be found in the same pseudogenes. When we find…
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Deep Explanatory Power? If you want to understand evolutionary thought just read the literature. Charles Darwin accurately characterized his 1859 book on evolution as “one long argument.” That argument was based on several popular religious beliefs leading to faulty science. For example, throughout the volume Darwin’s ideas rely on a popular religious doctrine called utilitarianism, and in Chapter Six Darwin explicitly states that his theory would absolutely fail without it.Ever since Darwin, little has changed. One after the other, evolutionists have attempted to explain and prove Darwin’s idea. And one after the other, they have simply confirmed that evolutionary thought…
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I Feel Sorry For Her Child Ideas have consequences and to see the fruit of evolution we need look no further than abortion. If we were not created by God—if life arose by chance—then why should there be a right to life? But as the truth about evolution and abortion becomes more apparent, evolutionists become increasingly ugly. In this video, a hostile crowd expresses righteous indignation at the passage of laws making it less convenient to murder babies. A young lady sparks the anger with a question for her elected representative about why he thinks he has the right to…
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From Ann Gibbons at Science: A remarkably complete skeleton introduced in 2010 as “the best candidate” for the immediate ancestor of our genus Homo may just be a pretender. Instead of belonging to the human lineage, the new species of Australopithecus sediba is more closely related to other hominins from South Africa that are on […]
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Last night I watched Schindler's List on Netflix and was startled by a contrast with what I had been watching, just the day before, the same place. The post Postscript on Bill Nye and “Extra” People appeared first on Evolution News.
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From Anil Ananthaswamy at New Scientist: Welcome to one of the more provocative-sounding explanations of how the brain works, outlined in a set of 26 original papers, the second part of a unique online compendium updating us on current thinking in neuroscience and the philosophy of mind. In 2015, the MIND group founded by philosopher […]
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From Wesley J. Smith at First Things: Science is never truly settled. Indeed, challenging seemingly incontrovertible facts and continually retesting long-accepted theories are crucial components of the scientific method. Examples of perceived truths overturned by subsequent discoveries are ubiquitous. Here’s just one: So-called junk DNA that does not encode proteins was, until relatively recently, thought […]
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Take a moment and absorb the beauty of two photographs by our colleague Günter Bechly. The post Stenophlebia amphitrite, a Stunningly Gorgeous Dragonfly from the Upper Jurassic appeared first on Evolution News.
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Some scientists hoped that H. naledi would prove to be the fossil to bridge an evolutionary gap. The post Disappointment! Homo naledi Is Younger than Previously Thought appeared first on Evolution News.
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At some point, you’d think reporters would be embarrassed about this sort of “zombie journalism.” The post Seems Like Old Times: Texas Media (Again) Miss the Real Story on State’s Science Standards appeared first on Evolution News.
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From molecular cancer biologist Ahmed Alkhateeb at Aeon: Science is in the midst of a data crisis. Last year, there were more than 1.2 million new papers published in the biomedical sciences alone, bringing the total number of peer-reviewed biomedical papers to over 26 million. However, the average scientist reads only about 250 papers a […]
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How did the Jewish name Ya’akov, properly translated as Jacob, become James in English versions of the Bible? The post James or Jacob in the Bible? appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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Although many Greek and Roman statues and monuments now appear gleaming white (the result of years of weathering), they were originally brightly colored. Using technology, a team has digitally restored a panel from the Arch of Titus—which famously depicts captured treasures from Jerusalem’s Temple being paraded through Rome—to its original color. The post The Arch of Titus’s Menorah Panel in Color appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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On Sunday, April 30, 2017, Sidnie White Crawford will deliver the lecture “What the Dead Sea Scrolls Teach Us About the Bible” in the D.C. area. The post D.C.-Area Archaeology Event appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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How many people mentioned in the Hebrew Bible have been confirmed archaeologically? Lawrence Mykytiuk reveals the surprising number—from Israelite kings to Mesopotamian monarchs—and some lesser figures as well. The post 53 People in the Bible Confirmed Archaeologically appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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