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Humanists Seek to Honor Scopes ‘Monkey’ Trial Evolutionist with Statue in Courthouse Lawn

DAYTON, Tenn. – A humanist organization that has repeatedly fought against public displays of prayer or Christianity is now raising funds to erect a statue in a courthouse lawn of Clarence Darrow—the promoter of evolution in the famous Scopes “Monkey” Trial. The American Humanist Association (AHA) is a group based in Washington, D.C., that believes in […]

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Scholars Discover Charles Spurgeon’s Psalter

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) — Scholars at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary have discovered, within the institution’s Spurgeon Library collection, a Psalter that 19th-century Baptist pastor Charles Spurgeon used in the compilation of his commentary on the book of Psalms, “The Treasury of David.” “One of the purposes for the existence of the Spurgeon Library at […]

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Big Bang Blunder: Scientists Retract Alleged Proof of Universe’s Beginnings

A team of astronomers who jubilantly announced last year that they had found proof of the Big Bang have now retracted their statements, admitting that their evidence was faulty. In March of last year, astronomers using the BICEP2 telescope at the South Pole announced the discovery of “primordial gravitational waves” from the universe’s beginning. Proponents […]

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Archaeologists May Have Uncovered Ruins of Important Old Testament City

TEL BURNA, Israel – Archaeologists are increasingly confident that they have discovered the remains of Libnah—an ancient city in Israel that is mentioned multiple times in the Bible. Since 2009, researchers have studied the remains of an ancient village at a dig site named Tel Burna, located 20 miles southwest of Jerusalem. The area was […]

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Ancient Tablets Confirm Biblical Account of Jewish Exile in Nebuchadnezzar’s Babylon

JERUSALEM — Over 100 tablets that date back to the times of Nebuchadnezzar’s rule in Babylon, now modern-day Iraq, have been placed on display in Jerusalem as a further testament to the reliability of the Scriptures. The palm-sized tablets, which provide a glimpse into the lives of the Jews during the time they lived in […]

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Hundreds of ‘Churches’ to Celebrate ‘Evolution Sunday’ as Others Celebrate ‘Creation Sunday’

Nearly 500 “churches” in the United States will commemorate Charles Darwin’s birthday this week with “Evolution Sunday,” but many other congregations plan to recognize the biblical Creator and celebrate “Creation Sunday” instead. February 12, Darwin’s birthday, is commemorated each year by atheists as International Darwin Day. However, many “churches” also plan to celebrate the birth […]

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Delaware Governor Declares February 12 as ‘Charles Darwin Day’

DOVER, Del. – Atheists and secularists are commending the Governor of Delaware’s recent decision to recognize February 12, 2015, as “Charles Darwin Day” in celebration of the notorious naturalist’s birthday. In a recent statement, Delaware Governor Jack Markell announced that February 12—Darwin’s birthday—will be recognized this year as “Charles Darwin Day” in his state. Markell stated […]

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‘Are We Significant?’ New Christian Film Challenges Secular Premises on Earth’s Uniqueness

A new Christian film is challenging secular claims that Earth is an insignificant cosmic speck and reveals evidence that suggests it and its inhabitants were specially created. “The Principle” is a new movie currently showing at select theaters across the country. The film, which stars several top scientists, explores Earth’s position in the universe and attempts […]

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Text from Book of Mark Found in Ancient Mask May Be Oldest Known Copy of Gospel

Egypt — Text from the book of Mark that was found inside of an ancient Egyptian mummy mask may be the oldest copy of the gospel—even if just in a portion—known to man. Through carbon dating and analyzation of the artifact, it is believed that the document is from within the first century following the death […]

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Russian University Plans to Create a ‘Noah’s Ark’ Database of All Living Species

MOSCOW, Russia – A university in Russia has unveiled an ambitious “Noah’s Ark” project to collect cell samples of all the living species on Earth. Dr. Viktor Sadovnichy, president of Moscow State University, recently announced plans for the undertaking in a press conference. Likening the project to Noah’s Ark, Sadovnichy said the university aims to create a […]

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