Dinosaur tracks can be found on every continent! But just how did they form?
Episode 48 – Dino Tracks
Dinosaur tracks can be found on every continent! But just how did they form?
Episode 47 – Chimp DNA
Secular scientists claimed in the 1970s that chimp genomes are 98% similar to humans, and it was apparently verified by more modern techniques. But that estimate actually used isolated segments of DNA that we already share with chimps—not the whole genomes. The latest comparison that included all of the two species’ DNA revealed a huge difference from the percentage scientists have been claiming for years.
Episode 46 – Echolocation
While bats live in air and dolphins live in water, both use a biological form of sonar technology called echolocation to see with sound! The specifications in dolphin and bat biosonar systems are so many, so well-integrated, and so precise, could they really have developed at random in two completely different environments?
Episode 45 – The Ice Age
Ice sheets, saber-toothed tigers, and wooly mammoths—the Ice Age sounds like a cool time! But what caused it? And was there more than one Ice Age?
Episode 44 – Useful and Versatile Hands
Mankind has made a lot of tools, but none of them rival the usefulness and versatility of the human hand. Its structure and design give evidence of God’s creativity and allows us to do a wide variety of tasks—like typing, eating, and building skyscrapers.
Episode 43 – Louis Pasteur
In the 19th century, the theory of abiogenesis was widely accepted, much like evolution is today. Charles Darwin strongly promoted the idea that life was generated spontaneously from non-life. However, Louis Pasteur, a French microbiologist and believer in biblical creation, made a startling discovery that turned this notion completely upside down.
Episode 42 – The Secret Code
Can evolution explain math? The Mandelbrot set of numbers reveals a secret code that went undiscovered for thousands of years. While mathematicians can plot this set by hand, today’s computers show with great precision the beauty God built into numbers.
Episode 41 – Man’s Best Friend
As the old saying goes, dogs are man’s best friend. Dogs perform many useful tasks—from hunting to security to helping people with disabilities. Most of us would agree that we’re just glad they’re part of the family! Where did dogs come from? How can we explain the tremendous variety of dog breeds?
Episode 40 – Flying Machine
Leonardo da Vinci dreamed up a flying machine over 500 years ago, but it wasn’t until 1903 that the famous Wright brothers designed and successfully flew the first powered heavier-than-air aircraft. Since their inspiration came from studying the mechanics of pigeon wings in flight, the invention of airplanes is an awesome example of biomimicry—humans copying God’s design.
Episode 39 – Turkey Coma?
How did turkey become the main course for most Thanksgiving feasts? Is the tryptophan in turkey to blame for the annual “turkey coma”? Whether or not this bird is on the menu for your family this holiday season, we have a lot to thank God for.
Episode 38 – Dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark
The Bible says that two of every animal kind were on the Ark with Noah. So, were dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark? What did they eat? How did they all fit?
Episode 37 – Extraterrestrial Life
The question of whether there’s life on other planets is a hot topic in sci-fi movies and TV shows, but secular scientists really do believe they’ll find life beyond Earth. Is Earth just another planet, or is there something special about it?
Episode 36 – Fibonacci Numbers
Throughout history, intelligent scholars have explored the complex mysteries of numbers. One such intellectual was Leonardo of Pisa—also known as Fibonacci. What do Fibonacci numbers reveal about our Creator?
Episode 35 – Our Young Universe
Everywhere we look in the universe, we see that the evidence is consistent with what the Bible says about its age. Just how old is the universe?
Episode 34 – Seven-day Week
There aren’t any astronomical reasons why a week has seven days. Or why we traditionally work for six of those days and rest on the seventh. Why is a week seven days long?
Episode 33 – Dinosaurs and Humans
Did humans and dinosaurs co-exist? Are dinosaurs in the Bible? See what lab tests show about the actual age of dinosaur bones.
Episode 32 – Language Families
Genesis 10 documents about 70 different language families in its Table of Nations. About how many language families are there today? How does science confirm the number?
Episode 31 – Throwing a Strike
Great pitchers make throwing a ball look easy, but there’s a lot more to it than you might think. How does God’s design allow us to throw even one pitch for a strike?
Episode 30 – Biblical Giants
You may know the story of how David fought Goliath, a giant man armed with a sword. Just how big were Goliath and other giants of the Bible? How can this be explained today?
Episode 29 – Jurassic Omelette
Which came first? The chicken or the egg? And what about dinosaur eggs?
Episode 28 – Missing in Action
The missing link… Commonly thought of as a hypothetical ape-like creature. This evolutionary rock star is supposed to bridge the gap between man and ape. But there are missing links all over Darwin’s evolutionary tree. And guess what… they are still missing.
Episode 27 – Three in One
For centuries philosophers and theologians have tried to explain the Trinity. Some have tried but our attempts often fall short. However, God in His wisdom provided an example in creation that is a parallel to His own Triune existence—the universe.
Episode 26 – Muscle Men
Bodybuilders are known for having the best muscles. It’s no easy feat, because the structure of our muscles is complicated and the biological processes are sophisticated in both man and animals.
Episode 25 – Intelligent Surveys
You would think after 200 years, the theory of evolution would have convinced more people. How many people today actually believe the theory of evolution?
Episode 24 – Back Trouble
Ever have back troubles? Evolutionists would have you think that the root of back pain comes from evolutionary ancestors. But the fact of the matter is, two legs or four, we all get back troubles.
Episode 23 – Goldilocks Planet
Scientists have been searching for the Goldilocks planet for years. Like the fairy tale, it’s about finding a planet that’s “just right” for life. But earth is the only planet that’s able to support life, as created by a loving God.
Episode 22 – Ant Engineer
Ants can ruin picnics and cause all kinds of trouble. But these little creatures have amazing attributes that scientists are now learning from.
Episode 21 – Land Ho!
Despite the no-frills travel these days, millions continue to fly each year.. on business, on vacation, and for the holidays. But few travel over seven thousand miles in just nine days – and no airplane can do it without stopping.
Episode 20 – Beetle Battle
We’ve all seen pictures of animals doing battle or predators stalking their unsuspecting prey. But the Bombardier beetle is equipped with what scientists have described as a chemical cannon.
Episode 19 – Looking Young
No one’s ever discovered the “fountain of youth” but a lot of us still try to keep up a youthful appearance. Scientists also tell us about the age of this planet we call home. But not everyone’s in agreement.
Episode 18 – Evolving Bacteria
With all the bad bacteria out there, scientists are working hard to develop new antibiotics to combat them. But these microbes often mutate when they reproduce, making some of them resistant to medicine. Is this process “evolution in action”?
Episode 17 – Sharp Teeth
If God created humans and animals to eat only fruits and vegetables, how did meat get onto the menu? And why do some animals have sharp teeth if they weren’t supposed to eat meat in the beginning?
Episode 16 – Dino Cells
Paleontologists dig up all kinds of fossils, mostly just small bones or sea shells. But occasionally they discover unusual fossils, like squid with ink, lizards with skin, or even a T. Rex with blood!
Episode 15 – Night Sky
God made our sky filled with all kinds of beautiful and unique features that remind us of His power and artistry when we look up at night.
Episode 14 – Origin of Races
America is known for its great diversity of people from all over the world, and whether we are short or tall, large or small, or light or dark, human beings are all genetically related, descended from Adam and Eve.
Episode 13 – Outrunning Disaster
Can you outrun a natural disaster? Maybe, if it were just a six-mile-an-hour lava flow. But a tsunami can travel up to 600 miles an hour! Just imagine what the great Flood recorded in Genesis was like, when no one escaped except for Noah, his family, and the animals aboard the ark.
Episode 12 – Flood Stories
Did you know that many other cultures have passed down the story of Noah’s flood for millennia? Native Americans, Babylonians, Grecians, and Egyptians are just a few of the many peoples with ancient global flood stories that included humans and animals that were spared aboard some kind of vessel.
Episode 11 – Second Law
Entropy affects everything—from cells in your body to the magnetic fields of planets. That’s why some scientists doubt that nature can ever make anything better through evolution.
Episode 10 – Dumb Luck
Feeling lucky? Scientists tell us that the building blocks of life are amazingly complex, and the chances for basic life to exist are 1 in trillions! And yet, we see the wonder of life all around us.
Episode 9 – Little Grand Canyon
Nearly 5 million people from all over the world visit the Grand Canyon in Arizona every year. Many believe that this 277-mile long gorge had formed over millions of years, but another famous North American landmark shows that the Grand Canyon could have been created much faster and not long ago.
Episode 8 – Science in Scripture
Some say that the Bible is religion and science is truth, and that means the two are incompatible. But if the Bible is only a religious book, then we might as well not study gravity, the hydrological cycle, and the importance of blood in living things, because Scripture describes all these scientific facts.
Episode 6 – Useless Body Parts
Body parts like tonsils and the appendix were once considered unnecessary organs left over from evolution. But scientists have discovered that these “unnecessary” organs are actually very useful.
Episode 5 – Evolution In Action
It’s easy to see that puppies grow to become dogs, and that kittens become cats. But what about animals that look very different when they’re babies, like tadpoles?
Episode 4 – Isaac Newton
Some of us think of Isaac Newton as the guy who discovered how gravity works…you know, like the apple falling from the tree. But Newton did much more than just that. He was a brilliant mathematician and physicist, and many today recognize him as one of the greatest scientists of all time.
Episode 3 – Imitating Humans
We use computers so much that it’s easy to forget that they’ve only been around for about 70 years. But the most brilliantly engineered machines cannot even come close to the complexity and construction of the human brain.
Episode 2 – Humans are Unique
Humans are unique, and we’re the only creatures on earth that celebrate holidays, such as Thanksgiving. And since the Bible says that God made us in His image, we have many, many reasons to be thankful.
Episode 1 – Measuring Billions
A little more than one billion minutes have passed since the time Jesus walked the earth. That’s a lot of time! But does it make sense to say that the earth isn’t just one, but over four, billion years old?