Category Genetics

Does Genesis One Conflict with Science?

As a Christian, Bible study is a constant, never-ending process of reading, learning, and maturing in Christ. Much of that study is the study of interpretation of what the Bible says. I believe in the literal interpretation of the Bible myself. I’d like to address questions I have received about the interpretations of Genesis One […]

The Parable of the Programmer

Jesus often spoke in parables about the principles of the Kingdom of Heaven. Perhaps because the principle itself was too difficult for the hardened heart to grasp or simply because it was illustrated better through an example. Such is the case today. I remember as an undergrad, many of my peers dropped out because the […]

The Inner Life of a Cell

I can still remember the words of the Dean of the Department of Mathematics and Science saying the following words, “only about 30% of the American population graduate with a 4 year degree and only of those 5% is math and science major, which makes the you about top 1.5% of the country”. That statement […]

Inbreeding and Genetics – Cain’s Wife

One of the most frequent questions I have heard in rebuttal to the Bible is: where did Cain get his wife? I want to address this but also address the issue of genetics, since atheists do tend to claim that inbreeding would have not created viable offspring because of a polluted gene pool. We assume […]