by Jeff Miller, Ph.D.
In this two part series, Dr. Miller discusses the human body's amazing thermoregulatory system. The body's ability to regulate its temperature is proof positive of God and Creation.Part one investigates thermoregulatory features inside the body.
In this two part series, Dr. Miller discusses the human body's amazing thermoregulatory system. The body's ability to regulate its temperature is proof positive of God and Creation.Part two investigates thermoregulatory features on the outside of the body.
by Dave Miller, Ph.D.
Atheists and evolutionists maintain that the Universe came into existence by naturalistic means (e.g., Big Bang), and that life on Earth has gradually evolved over millions and billions of years. But the Bible presents a completely different viewpoint--one that coincides with known science.
by Kyle Butt, M.Div.
Explore the true story about dinosaurs that you won't read in most text books.
by A.P. Staff
Digger Doug's pal, Iguana Don, stumbles on a historical artifact--an ancient dinosaur figurine! As Digger and Iggy decide what to do with their new find, they enlist the help of Geologist George. Iggy learns that God created dinosaurs and humans on the very same day.
Evolution insists that dinosaurs went extinct millions of years before humans evolved onto the scene. Bible believers insist that God created the entire Universe in six literal days. Does the Bible have anything to say about dinosaurs?
One of the most basic, and most fundamental, issues that can be considered by the human mind is the question, "Does God exist?" The only way to answer this question, of course, is to seek out and examine the evidence.
A brief treatment of one of the most important questions in the world. Can a person be certain--actually KNOW--that the God of the Bible exists?
Speakers: Kyle Butt and Dan BarkerThe Butt-Barker debate was conducted on the campus of the University of South Carolina in Columbia on February 12, 2009 before a capacity crowd of over 550, with thousands more viewing the debate over the Internet. Both disputants presented arguments, cross-examined each other, and also fielded live questions from the audience.