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.
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?
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?
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.
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.
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?