God's Handiwork in the Insect World

Submitted by Arthur on Sat, 11/28/2015 - 00:59

Penny Gullan and Peter Cranston, both professors of evolution, ecology, and genetics, are the authors of the latest edition of a widely-used college entomology textbook entitled, "The Insects: An Outline of Entomology". These two evolutionists begin the third chapter with this statement: "The dissected open body of an insect is a complex and compact masterpiece of functional design."

On Pollination and Bees

Submitted by Arthur on Thu, 07/31/2014 - 06:06
   A great aspect of the wondrous complexity of God’s creation is symbiotic relationships, when two organisms of different species "work together," each benefiting from the relationship’, oftentimes in such a way that they depend on the other creature to live. Not only are these relationships complex in nature, can you imagine this happening through evolution?

Life at Night

Submitted by Arthur on Sun, 07/29/2012 - 04:34

   It’s evening, and the sun is going down; whether you’re in the Deschutes River valley or up in the Cascades near Salmon La Sac, you will hear the chirps of crickets. If it is in the high desert near the Deschutes the beautiful chirping that you will hear will probably be made by true crickets -- field crickets to be precise. If you are not in the high desert, but up in the forested mountains of the Cascades, it will be a whole different picture. Instead of the lovely serenade of the field crickets that could lull anyone to sleep, a loud, obnoxious screech meets your ears. Eeeeeeeeeeee!