Leonardo da Vinci first dreamed up a flying machine, but it wasn’t until 1903 that the famous Wright brothers designed and successfully flew the first heavier-than-air aircraft. With their inspiration coming from studying the mechanics of pigeon wings in flight, the invention of airplanes is an awesome example of biomimicry—humans copying God’s design.
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?
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?
Did humans and dinosaurs co-exist? Are dinosaurs in the Bible? See what lab tests show about the actual age of dinosaur bones.
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?
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?