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Het huwelijk is voor het leven. Zo is het bedoeld en zo mogen man en vrouw een beeltenis zijn van Christus en Zijn gemeente. Dit is het prachtige plan van God. De consequenties van het loslaten van dit doel van seksualiteit en het huwelijk zijn dan ook enorm. Seksualiteit is door God gemaakt om van... Read more »The post Dweilen met de kraan open appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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Man-Made Sniffer Versus Dog
In June, 2017, thousands of scientists from around the world attended the 65th Annual Conference of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry in Indianapolis. One of the thousands of research projects on display at this year’s conference compared portable man-made sniffers to dog noses. Whose design won? More...
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Magneetveld van de aarde
De meeste planeten hebben een eigen magneetveld, net als de zon. Afhankelijk van de ontstaanstheorie verwacht men, dat deze magneetvelden een korte of langere levensduur hebben. Bij metingen van het aardmagneetveld heeft men gedurende de laatste 170 jaar een voortdurende afname vastgesteld. Op basis van deze metingen kan de ouderdom van het aardmagneetveld op minder... Read more »The post Magneetveld van de aarde appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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Philip Bell in Nederland om ouders en opvoeders te ondersteunen
Er is de afgelopen tijd veel gebeurd in Nederland op het gebied van geloof en wetenschap. We hopen u op een later tijdstip hier uitvoerig over te berichten. Vandaag willen we in deze korte nieuwsbrief uw aandacht vragen voor één activiteit die door Logos Instituut georganiseerd wordt, namelijk een korte tour met Philip Bell door... Read more »The post Philip Bell in Nederland om ouders en opvoeders te ondersteunen appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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Hoe breng ik kinderen groot in een tijd van evolutie en Darwinisme?
The post Hoe breng ik kinderen groot in een tijd van evolutie en Darwinisme? appeared first on Het Logos Instituut.
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Does science support the Big Bang? Should Christians trust scientific headlines? ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert provides answers to common questions about origins, the Big Bang, and the scientific method. From the ocean floor to the physics of outer space, join Dr. Hebert in examining the science, logic, and historical data that indicate a young universe fashioned by the all-powerful Creator God. More...
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It's true that cats have an uncanny ability to land on their feet. But that doesn't make them invulnerable.
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Three major reasons that same-sex marriage is bad for society.
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Fresh images of this dwarf planet's geology are exciting and point to its young age.
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If P Implies Q, Then Q Implies P, Right? A new paper out of Gareth Fraser’s laboratory explains that vertebrate epithelial appendages, such as feathers, hair, scales, and teeth, “have evolved to facilitate wide-ranging aspects of survival and reproduction.” Readers will note the infinitive form (“to facilitate”), which reveals the usual Aristotelianism / teleology under-girding evolutionary thought, but how do the evolutionists know that these structures “have evolved” in the first place? A hint comes in the next paragraph, which informs us that:Recent research has revealed shared ancestry among amniote epithelial appendages, based on the observation that reptilian scales, avian...
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Worse Than Lightning Striking TwiceBiology is full of convergence—repeated designs in distant species. Marsupials and placentals, for instance, are mammals with different reproductive designs (placentals have significant growth in the embryonic stage attached to the nutrient-rich placenta whereas marsupials have no placenta and experience significant development after birth) but otherwise with many similar species. The marsupial flying phalanger and placental flying squirrel, for example, have distinctive similarities, including their coats that extend from the wrist to the ankle giving them the ability to glide long distances. But evolutionists must believe that these distinctive similarities evolved separately and independently because one...
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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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Random and undirected processes are clearly and obviously incapable of inventing new living things. The post Is the Universe “Rigged” for Life? Conversation with a Theistic Evolutionist, Continued appeared first on Evolution News.
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Delve into the data surrounding the origin of life, specified and irreducible complexity, genetics, the fossil record, human origins, natural selection, and more. The post Dembski and Wells’s The Design of Life: Advanced Online Curriculum Available Now! appeared first on Evolution News.
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A common attempt to overcome the need for information in the first cell is to equate information to a reduction in entropy. The post Origin of Life and Information — Some Common Myths appeared first on Evolution News.
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I have predicted that “medical conscience” will become a huge social controversy in the next decade. The post Illinois Compels MDs to Discuss Abortion “Benefits” appeared first on Evolution News.
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Several mikva’ot (Jewish ritual baths) have been uncovered at Machaerus, the palace-fortress on the eastern shore of the Dead Sea where Salome danced and John the Baptist was beheaded. Archaeologist Győző Vörös takes readers on a journey through past and current archaeological excavations that have resulted in the discovery of these ritual baths. The post King Herod’s Ritual Bath at Machaerus appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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Send wine: A newly deciphered letter from Israel’s Negev desert describes an exchange of supplies between two Judahite military officers. The post Ancient Military Correspondence: Send Wine appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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The city of Sidon on the coast of modern Lebanon is mentioned 38 times in the Hebrew Bible. Recent excavations have exposed part of the ancient Canaanite—and later Phoenician—city, including a massive temple and depictions of deities worshiped at Sidon. The post Biblical Sidon—Jezebel’s Hometown appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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Are the 10 Commandments really a moral code, or did the ancients understand them rather as the constitutional basis of a political theocracy? The post Understanding Israel’s 10 Commandments appeared first on Biblical Archaeology Society.
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