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Study confirms childhood trauma more common in soldiers

By Michael Cochrane
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Military | Military members and veterans are more likely to have faced childhood trauma than civilians, according to a new study. Researchers say the results support the…

University fires scientist after dinosaur discovery offers young earth evidence

By Sarah Padbury
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Religious Liberty | A scientist is suing California State University, Northridge (CSUN) for firing him after he publicized a discovery that suggests dinosaurs roamed America…

Trumpeting a dinosaur horn

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | A partially fossilized triceratops horn offers evidence the animal lived less than 65 million years ago, say scientists who discovered it

‘Powder keg’

‘Powder keg’

By Julie Borg
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Science | A new form of alcohol may be coming soon to a store near you

Intelligent design proponent vindicated by new findings

By Dick Peterson
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Science | Intelligent design proponent Michael Behe, a Lehigh University biochemist, withstood a barrage of criticism for an inference he made in his 2007 book, The Edge

Three parents are one too many

By Rikki Elizabeth Stinnette
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Science | WASHINGTON—When Wesley J. Smith was young, parents who couldn’t have children often adopted. Smith remembers growing up with adopted kids, and…

Evolutionary biologist: ‘Twist of fate’ responsible for important human protein

Evolutionary biologist: ‘Twist of fate’ responsible for important human protein

By Dick Peterson
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Intelligent Design | In the ongoing debate between Darwinism and intelligent design, an evolutionary biologist has attributed the development of an important human protein to a…

The Big Bang’s big problem bedevils researchers

The Big Bang’s big problem bedevils researchers

By Julie Borg
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Science | If the Big Bang theory is correct, our universe should not exist, according to research published last month by physicists at King’s College in London. The…

An optimally pleasing summer shower

An optimally pleasing summer shower

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | In the wintertime I love a piping hot shower, and in the summertime it’s got to be lukewarm or even cold, depending on particular outdoor conditions. When…

Examining the ‘new critics’ of Genesis

Examining the ‘new critics’ of Genesis

By Hugh Ross
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Books | Some new interpretations of the creation account are ingenious—but are they true?

Gay families study built on suspect survey

Gay families study built on suspect survey

By Julie Borg
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Family | A new study claiming children raised by same-sex parents are at least as well-adjusted—if not more so—than children of heterosexual parents is making a…

A new weapon in the war on ‘superbugs’

By Mark Russell
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Health | Canadian scientists have proven that a simple fungus found in a dirt sample is the key to killing some of the newest strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria…

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