Flora and fauna artifacts from beneath the earth's surface are often used as arguments for the theory of evolution. Palaeontologist Raul Esperante explains how they actually support the idea of Creation.
Why the Big Bang eventually goes bust, universe-sized bubbles pop and string theory has cosmologists tangled up.
In this age of #BlackLivesMatter, are we ready to confront the horrifying racism at the foundations of our Western secular culture?
Technology is advancing in leaps and bounds. But the thorny problem of ethics remains: if humans can’t even get it right, how are we expected to teach a computer the difference between right and wrong?
Chris Bosse is one of the most respected architects in the world. But it’s the inspiration from nature and its Creator that influences his building designs.
Mainstream science is clear: the miracle of life took billions of years to evolve. But what if the data suggest something else altogether?
Everything we see and touch had a beginning—something that caused it to exist. Follow the chain of causation back with Sven Östring to discover where everything began.
Ed Gallagher says finding hope for the end of the world requires looking in an unexpected place . . .
If there really is a God, should we expect to find Him within the known universe? Ty Gibson peeks through the space-time continuum.
Most of us take the seven-day week for granted. Marvin Hunt explains how it came to be seven days and not six, eight or 10.
"How deep the Father's love for us; how vast beyond all measure."
An unrelated event on a quiet beach sparked a thought that serves to illustrate why science can’t explain biblical miracles. Sven Östring explains.