1) The natural amino acids are L and D, and in proteins are only L. So in any hypothetical primordial soup, surely there would have been an equal proportion of both. The problem for the materialist is to answer how did the first proteins become just L amino acids (since racemic proteins can’t exist). If […]

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In Leviticus 11:20 it says the Israelites must not eat ‘four-legged’ insects. I was wondering what ‘four’ meant for that passage and if all insects were considered four-legged literally? Actually, my English translation says “all flying insects that walk on all fours are to be detestable to you.” I would take “all fours” to be […]

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If so, when? How would this relate to creation as described in Genesis? The big bang is one of a number of models cosmologists have for the history of the universe. It happens to be by far the most widely accepted model for the simple reason that it agrees so well with the data scientists […]

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This is probably the most controversial question which relates to science and the Bible. In fact, many Bible believers have divided along the lines of this controversy. In addressing this question, one would do well to remember the words of Paul in 2 Timothy 2:23,24; “Don’t have anything to do with foolish and stupid arguments, […]

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What one can say with absolute certainty is that there are fossils of dinosaurs found scattered across every continent on the globe. Did dinosaurs ever live? The obvious answer is that they certainly did live at a time in the very distant past. The only conceivable alternative argument is that God created the earth with […]

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Science says the earth is old, but the Bible says the earth is young. Which is correct, and how can I know? The first statement is correct, while the second statement is a question of interpretation. In other words, scientific evidence, from any of at least a dozen independent methods of calculation leads to the […]

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