September 22, 2021

Category: genome

Why Science Confirms The Creator – Part 2 [Podcast]
apologetics, biology, biomimicry, biosimilarity, darwinian evolution, DNA, epigenetics, evolution, genes, Genetic Entropy, genome, intelligent design, naturalism, Podcast, science, Teen book

Why Science Confirms The Creator – Part 2 [Podcast]

So, is science at war with God? Well, this second in a series of three podcasts address this question. This podcast is an excerpt from my popular talk, “Why Science Confirms The Creator“. To listen, just click on the below “PLAY” button. To download this iApologia Podcast, click here and then select the download button […]

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Why Science Confirms The Creator – Part 1 [Podcast]
apologetics, biology, biomimicry, biosimilarity, darwinian evolution, DNA, epigenetics, evolution, genes, genome, intelligent design, Podcast, science

Why Science Confirms The Creator – Part 1 [Podcast]

In society, at times, we hear some say that science is a war with God. I, however, don’t think this is true. In my popular talk, “Why Science Confirms The Creator“, I give three reasons why science points to God. Awhile back I was again invited to give this talk at a conference. Here is the first […]

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What Is Genetic Entropy And Does It Disprove Darwinism? [Video Quick Answers]
apologetics, biology, creation, DNA, evolution, genes, Genetic Entropy, genome, intelligent design, science

What Is Genetic Entropy And Does It Disprove Darwinism? [Video Quick Answers]

It has been said that for every beneficial mutation, there is approximately a million harmful mutations. We are degeneration through mutations. Each generation is losing functional information, approximately 100 more mutations than their parents. The average 16 year old has approximately 6,000 mutations per cell. The average 60 year old will have 40,000 mutations per […]

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biology, cells, creation, DNA, education, epigenetics, evolution, genes, genome, intelligent design, science

What Is The Difference Between Shannon Information and Specified Complex Information? And why it’s important.

Information is interesting, here I want to specifically discuss Shannon Information verses Specified Complex Information. I know, you may be saying “so what, it sounds boring to me.” Maybe so, it may even zip over your head, in that case duck so it will hit the person behind you! While being of an esoteric philosophical nature, I think it’s […]

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