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Three in One: For centuries philosophers and theologians have tried to explain the Trinity. Some have tried but our attempts often fall short. However, God in His wisdom provided an example in creation that is a parallel to His own Triune existence—the universe.

For centuries philosophers and theologians have tried to explain the Trinity. Some have tried but our attempts often fall short. However, God in His wisdom provided…

Problem 2: Unguided Chemical Processes Cannot Explain the Origin of the Genetic Code http://www.evolutionnews.org/2015/01/problem_2_ungui091111.html

Problem Unguided Chemical Processes Cannot Explain the Origin of the Genetic Code

boneshttp://www.greatpacificmedia.com/    Segment from the program Muscular, Skeletal, and Integumentary Systems: Defining Our Form     DVD Description  Begins by introducing the dermis and epidermis of the skin; the sweat and sebaceous glands; and the skins role in protecting against microbial invasion, ultra-violet...

boneshttp://www.greatpacificmedia.com/ Segment from the program Muscular, Skeletal, and Integumentary Systems: Defining Our Form DVD Description Begins by introducing the dermis and epidermis of the skin; the sweat and sebaceous glands; and the skins role in protecting against microbial invasion, ultra-violet...

That's a Fact - Biblical Giants

That's a Fact - Biblical Giants by Institute for Creation Research. You may know the story of how David fought Goliath, a giant man armed with a sword. Just how big were Goliath and other giants of the Bible? How can this be explained today?

Life cycle of a Mushroom - YouTube

This animation shows the life cycle of a mushroom (Basidiomycete). It was created as a co-production between the School of Biosciences, University of Kent an.

That's a Fact - Ant Engineer by Institute for Creation Research. Ants can ruin picnics and cause all kinds of trouble. But these little creatures have amazing attributes that scientists are now learning from.

That's a Fact - Ant Engineer by Institute for Creation Research. Ants can ruin picnics and cause all kinds of trouble. But these little creatures have amazing attributes that scientists are now learning from.

Epithelial cells- stained with methylene blue, labeled. Know Cell membrane, nucleus, and cytoplasm.

epithelial cells stained with methylene blue labeled - 28 images - cells the microscope requirements, the use of brillant blue 1 as a nuclear dye useful for, histology home page, epithelial cells stained with methylene blue labeled, anatomy and dissection

Pets Ponies Parasites and People!

Giardia lamblia - A flagellated protozoan parasite that can colonize in the small intestine and cause 'giardiasis' (diarhea/GI sx)

creatures which defy evolution - YouTube

How could the incredible Bombardier Beetle, with it's complex explosive abilities evolve by random chance? This bug defies the theories of evolution!

My middle school students are singing this at Open House for our school families and friends.    Love it!

My middle school students are singing this at Open House for our school families and friends.

Intelligent Surveys: You would think after 200 years, the theory of evolution would have convinced more people. How many people today actually believe the theory of evolution?

That's a Fact - Intelligent Surveys by Institute for Creation Research. You would think after 200 years, the theory of evolution would have convinced more people. How many people today actually believe the theory of evolution?

The Genius of Birds – Embryonic Development | The Creation Club | A Place for Biblical Creationists to Share and Learn

In this sequence from Illustra Media's newest documentary FLIGHT: THE GENIUS OF BIRDS you will enter a fertilized egg to witness a bird's embryonic developme.

A Simple Proposed Model For Function of the Human Vitamin C GULO Pseudogene (Updated) - Evolution News & Views

Unitary Pseudogenes and RNA Editing - Evolution News & Views

Scientist Study: Gregor Mendel – Simple Genetics | angelicscalliwags

Film biography of Gregor Mendel the Moravian monk who became the father of modern genetics through his study of pea plants.

A side effect of some medications is a change in the stiffness of white blood cells. The drugs tend to make the cells softer, which facilitates their entry

Meds make white blood cells go from stiff to soft

When you get the flu, viruses turn your cells into tiny factories that help spread the disease. In this animation, NPR's Robert Krulwich and medical animator David Bolinsky explain how a flu virus can trick

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