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Geweten en ethiek
Geweten en ethiek kunnen zich onmogelijk ontwikkeld hebben in een miljoenen jaren durende genadeloze overlevingsstrijd. Het geweten brengt geen overlevingsvoordeel. Het instinct zonder geweten zou waarschijnlijk in de meeste gevallen leiden tot uitroeiing van de vijandige stammen. Het geweten weerhoudt daarentegen om onbarmhartig en alleen bedacht op eigen voordeel te reageren. De wereld van de... Read more »The post Geweten en ethiek appeared first on Logos Instituut.
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A recent paper published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B may have inadvertently confirmed what the Bible revealed to us all along: Kinds only reproduce after their kinds.1 Kinds only reproduce after their kinds. More...
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Logos op Opwekking. Bezoek onze stand en ontvang twee kinderboeken gratis.
The post Logos op Opwekking. Bezoek onze stand en ontvang twee kinderboeken gratis. appeared first on Logos Instituut.
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De bouwstenen van de schepping
Nog even terug naar die architect die een huis ontwerpt. Hij heeft een beperkt aantal materialen tot zijn beschikking, maar daarmee kan hij ontelbaar veel soorten huizen bouwen. Zo is het ook in de schepping. Een guppy, een paardebloem, een vos, een kakkerlak, ze zijn allemaal gemaakt van maar ongeveer twintig grondstoffen, die we elementen... Read more »The post De bouwstenen van de schepping appeared first on Logos Instituut.
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Since Lee Berger and his team announced their discovery of Homo naledi,1 they have been claiming that the bones found in the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa, were deliberately disposed by living Homo naledi.2 While some objected to this interpretation,3-5 Berger’s team stuck with it and continued to promulgate the human-like behavior associated with purposeful burial.6... More...
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“Het heden is niet altijd de sleutel tot het verleden”
Volgende week, om precies te zijn 25 mei 2018, organiseert het geologiedepartement van de Universiteit van Padova (Università Degli Studi Di Padova) een gastcollege van de Nederlandse sedimentoloog prof. dr. Poppe de Boer. De titel van zijn lezing luidt: “Modern versus ancient controls on sedimentary systems; the present is not always the key to the... Read more »The post “Het heden is niet altijd de sleutel tot het verleden” appeared first on Logos Instituut.
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Pop Quiz: Who Said It?There are many fundamental problems with evolutionary theory. Origin of life studies have dramatically failed. Incredibly complex biological designs, both morphological and molecular, arose abruptly with far too little time to have evolved. The concept of punctuated equilibrium is descriptive, not explanatory. For example, the Cambrian Explosion is not explained by evolution and, in general, evolutionary mechanisms are inadequate to explain the emergence of new traits, body plans and new physiologies. Even a single gene is beyond the reach of evolutionary mechanisms. In fact, the complexity and sophistication of life cannot originate from non-biological matter under...
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Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. The oldest coin to depict a biblical scene. What shape Ark does it depict?
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We answer: Were all Cain's descendants wicked? And does the Bible say that polygamy is sinful?
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Numerous, Successive, Slight ModificationsProteins are a problem for theories of spontaneous origins for many reasons. They consist of dozens, or often hundreds, or even thousands of amino acids in a linear sequence, and while many different sequences will do the job, that number is tiny compared to the total number of sequences that are possible. It is a proverbial needle-in-the-haystack problem, far beyond the reach of blind searches. To make matters worse, many proteins are overlapping, with portions of their genes occupying the same region of DNA. The same set of mutations would have to result in not one, but...
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Bacterial Resistance to AntibioticsRachel Gross’ recent article about evolutionist’s public outreach contains several misconceptions that are, unfortunately, all too common. Perhaps most obvious is the mythological Warfare Thesis that Gross and her evolutionary protagonists heavily rely on. Plumbing the depths of ignorance, Gross writes:Those who research the topic call this paradigm the “conflict mode” because it pits religion and science against each other, with little room for discussion. And researchers are starting to realize that it does little to illuminate the science of evolution for those who need it most.“Those who research the topic call this paradigm the ‘conflict mode’”?Huh?This...
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There You Go AgainWhy are evolutionists always wrong? And why are they always so sure of themselves? With the inexorable march of science, the predictions of evolution, which evolutionists were certain of, just keep on turning out false. This week’s failure is the much celebrated notion that the eukaryote’s power plant—the mitochondria—shares a common ancestor with the alphaproteobacteria. A long time ago, as the story goes, that bacterial common ancestor merged with an early eukaryote cell. And these two entities, as luck would have it, just happened to need each other. Evolution had just happened to create that early bacterium,...
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Here are findings about Cambrian and Precambrian strata, and how evolutionists keep dodging the implications of rapid emergence of complex designs. The post What’s New in Cambrian Dodgeball? appeared first on Evolution News.
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Did Rev. Curry read Michael Denton? Maybe not, but it sure sounds like it. The post Royal Wedding Sermon Goes Fire-Maker appeared first on Evolution News.
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Simple bilayers of lipids? No! Cell membranes have come into their own as masterful players in numerous cellular functions. The post Cell Membranes: Dynamic, Communicating, Designed appeared first on Evolution News.
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Günter Bechly describes what’s remarkable about this stunning fossil, and explains some problems dragonflies pose for Darwinism. The post Scientist Names Dragonfly Species after Behe. Gets Roasted. Shrugs. appeared first on Evolution News.
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Learn how to read the Book of Amos in context and how the prophet Amos’s message is relevant today. The post Minor Prophets in the Bible: Amos appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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Were the warriors from the tribe of Benjamin left-handed by nature or nurture? The post Left-Handed People in the Bible appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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Where is the original Siloam Pool, the water pool that fed Jerusalem in the First Temple period? While the Roman-period Siloam Pool—where Jesus cured the blind man—was recently discovered, the earlier Siloam Pool remains unknown. BAR’s editor investigates a possible location—another piece of the great Jerusalem water system puzzle. The post Where Is the Original Siloam Pool from the Bible? appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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Pharaoh Akhenaten, who abolished the Egyptian pantheon and instituted worship of a single deity, the sun-disk Aten, in the mid-14th century B.C., may have established the world’s first monotheism. Did this influence the birth of Israelite monotheism? The post Akhenaten and Moses appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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