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More fossil range expansions
More fossil range expansions
January 18, 2019
Many new fossil discoveries at ‘wrong’ evolutionary dates.
By Michael J. Oard
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Theistic evolution and the Christian faith
Theistic evolution and the Christian faith
January 17, 2019
The first man Adam? Original perfection in Eden? The Fall into sin? Noah’s Flood? For modern evangelicals to disregard Genesis 1–11 as history enhances rather than harms Christianity, doesn’t it?
By Philip Bell
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Michael and Shouchin Man
Michael and Shouchin Man
January 16, 2019
Joel Tay interviews Michael and Shouchin Man.
By Joel Tay
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UFOs on History Channel
UFOs on History Channel
January 15, 2019
CMI’s Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception helps answer questions raised by the History Channel series Project Blue Book.
By Gary Bates
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