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Jack Templeton dies at age 75

By Marvin Olasky
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Obituary | The former pediatric surgeon and head of the John Templeton Foundation sought to glorify his heavenly Father while honoring his earthly one

Searching, not finding

By Julie Borg
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Science | No evidence of life is turning up in outer space

J. Budziszewski: A time to talk back

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | Christians need not be afraid to confront the inconsistencies of Darwinism 

More babies born at 22 weeks of gestation survive with help

More babies born at 22 weeks of gestation survive with help

By Bob Brown
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Medicine | Babies born as early as 22 weeks are surviving in greater numbers with medical intervention, according to a new study that could impact the abortion debate.

Part 2: What’s the matter with evolution?

Part 2: What’s the matter with evolution?

By Casey Luskin
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Science | Five more scientific problems found in evolutionary theory

Harmful hype?

By Julie Borg
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Science | President links health risks to climate change in order to justify executive actions 

Scientific community blasts Chinese researchers for editing a human genome

By Julie Borg
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Science | Researchers in China have, for the first time, edited the genome of human embryos, sparking an outcry from the scientific community. Opponents are calling for…

Part 1: What’s the matter with evolution?

Part 1: What’s the matter with evolution?

By Casey Luskin
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Science | A ranking of the top five scientific problems found in evolutionary theory

Christian scientists: Darwinian planet-eating Earth theory hard to swallow

By Julie Borg
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Science | Just as human babies often put things in their mouths and swallow them, researchers at Oxford University have developed a theory that, in its infancy, the…

New sibling study finds no vaccine-autism link

By Daniel James Devine
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Vaccinations | New research on autistic siblings, published this week in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) , failed to find any association between autism…

New documentary questions shaken baby cases

By Daniel James Devine
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Documentary | The Syndrome examines the questions some doctors are raising about abuse allegations that land parents and caregivers in jail

Vaccines & viruses: Debate cools as measles outbreak ends

By Daniel James Devine
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Vaccines & Viruses | Measles halted. With only three new measles cases reported in the United States since mid-March, California health officials last Friday declared the…

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