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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…

From cool to cold

From cool to cold

By Daniel James Devine
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Science | A long-term study finds middle-school popularity often doesn’t end well

From weddings to weedings

From weddings to weedings

By Marvin Olasky
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Science | If you attended some evangelical church weddings last month, you probably heard a pastor delivering a homily based on the last section of Chapter 2 of…

Who benefits from overblown climate change forecasts?

By Kent Covington
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Environment | The 9th International Conference on Climate Change kicked off Monday in Las Vegas, featuring some of the most best-known skeptics of human-caused global…

Stop eating red meat but don't worry about abortion

Stop eating red meat but don't worry about abortion

By Julie Borg
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Science | Research suggesting a possible, slight link between the consumption of too much red meat in early adulthood and breast cancer received much media attention…

Midday Roundup: East Coast braces for Hurricane Arthur

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Arthur’s coming. Hurricane Arthur is expected to hit the Carolinas late today or early Friday as a Category 2 storm. Many cities along the Atlantic coast…

 
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