This is a subject on which materialists are largely silent, and with good reason.
Faced with impossible odds, materialists struggle to find natural laws that can fold a protein correctly the way life does.
Scientists are taking baby steps toward imitating what cells do all the time.
Machines packed in exquisite geometrical structures play a major role in cleaning the air and regulating carbon for the entire planet.
Two ears provide the ability for mammals to tell the direction of sound, involving multiple finely tuned mechanisms.
There’s a famous scene in an Indiana Jones movie where the hero barely makes it under a closing gate descending on him in an underground tunnel.
Evolutionists wanting to make a big deal out of flightlessness in birds are like the merchant who lost money on every sale but tried to make it up in volume.
Evolution should be an easy sell in the classroom. What’s the problem?
An insightful question posed by J. Warner Wallace borrows a metaphor from a typical murder investigation.
Loved by children, one of the most common beetles turns out to have engineering marvels under its shields.