In Matthew 6, Jesus directs our attention to the glory and beauty of his Father’s creation: “Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow… even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Wherefore, if … Read more “The Amazing Living Cell: A Model for Christ’s Ecclesia”
Speaking of the existence of God, Paul writes “What may be known about God is plain… for since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities – His eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly seen, being understood … Read more “The Bombardier Beetle”
Whilst bacteria are only microscopic single cell organisms, they are the most numerous and widespread of all organisms – in fact it is said that there are more bacteria in a handful of soil than the total number of … Read more “An Amazing Tail!”
Biochemistry Professor, Michael Behe of Lehigh University (Penn, USA) was one of the first public proponents of the concept of ‘irreducible complexity’.
All at once or not at all
In his book “Darwin’s Black Box”, he provides a number of … Read more ““Cellular Logistics””
THE defence mechanisms of the human body are so challenging to the concept of evolution that we must spend a little more time considering the implications. We saw in the last chapter that the fail-safe mechanism that prevents blood from … Read more “Bones of an Argument”
HAVE you ever cut your finger? Of course you have. Everybody does, many times in a lifetime. Yet you have survived these accidents or you would not be reading these words. Have you ever considered what would have happened if … Read more “Red Alert”