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Species were designed to change, part 2

Species were designed to change, part 2

Location: Orphan Brigade Battlefield Park, Dallas, GA Notes and links: Species were designed to change, part 1: But how much change is allowed? Species were designed to change, part 2: Speciation and the limits of change Terborg P. 2008. Evidence for the design of...

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Species were designed to change, part 1

Species were designed to change, part 1

Dr Rob puts the smackdown on a tired old meme: the claim that the Bible teaches that God created all species just they appear today. In so doing, he outlines four important mechanisms that allow for 'change over time' within the creation model. This is the first part...

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The Waiting Time Problem

The Waiting Time Problem

Location: Champ's Clock Shop, Douglasville, GA Dr Rob describes a contentious idea: the Waiting Time Problem. Mathematical simulations tells us that the rise of specific new mutations would take a fantastically long time. This is a serious challenge to evolution. Yet,...

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Fetal Tissue Research, part 4: Politics and Privacy

Fetal Tissue Research, part 4: Politics and Privacy

Location: Creation Research Society HQ at Arizona Christian University Links and notes: Creation Research Society membership page Common Rule of 1981 Moore v Regents of University of California Dickey-Wicker Amendment Fetal Tissue Research, part 3: Ethics Fetal Tissue...

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Fetal Tissue Research, Part 3: Ethics

Fetal Tissue Research, Part 3: Ethics

Morality is not always an easy thing to deal with, and the moral implications of using cell lines from aborted babies is one of the more difficult subjects. Dr Rob gets into the meat of the argument, using simple illustrations to help out sort out the problems. Can...

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Fetal Tissue Research Part 2: The Early Years

Fetal Tissue Research Part 2: The Early Years

Are you pro-life? Then this video is a must-watch for you. Are you pro-abortion? Then consider this application of the Christian worldview to a very difficult situation as a direct challenge to you. This is a discussion of the five main strains of human cells,...

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Fetal Tissue Research Part 1: Human cloning

Fetal Tissue Research Part 1: Human cloning

The use of fetal cells in modern medicine and technology is an obscure field. Yet, there are profound moral, theological, and societal issues inherent in their use. Dr Rob starts off this series with a discussion of several new studies, one that took human skin cells...

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Mutations are not as random as you think

Mutations are not as random as you think

The idea that mutations are random is an important concept for evolutionary theory. Yet, multiple areas of research are telling us that mutation placement and type are not at all random. There is also no reason to believe that mutation rates have remained constant...

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Was Africa the cradle of humanity?

Was Africa the cradle of humanity?

The idea that Africa was where humans originated has been drilled into our heads for decades, but cracks are beginning to appear, and they are being published by well-known scientists in top-level journals. If it is not true, how can we explain the data from a...

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