Tag Archive for 'genetics'

A Real Dichotomy in the Church of the Nazarene

Recently, AiG speaker, writer, and researcher Dr. Georgia Purdom attended an origins conference (and gave a couple of presentations by invitation) on the campus of Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California. The conference was cosponsored by BioLogos, an …

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Tonight—Special Live Stream Event with AiG Scientist, Dr. Georgia Purdom

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This week Answers magazine readers will have another opportunity to talk with an author about an article in our award-winning magazine.

Tonight at 7:00 PM (Eastern Time), Dr. Georgia Purdom, Answers in Genesis staff geneticist, will be talking …

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Is It Necessary to Believe in a Literal Adam and a Literal Fall?

Christianity Today cover, The Search for the Historical Adam

Recently, I saw a headline that caught my eye. The secular journal Nature published an article titled “Genetic Adam and Eve did not live too far apart in time.” Now, secularists (and even some Christians) propose the idea …

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Instant Evolution

AiG’s researcher/speaker/writer Dr. Georgia Purdom (who has a PhD in molecular genetics) has written an interesting blog item on what is supposed to be “instant evolution.”

She writes:

The headline read, “Instant Evolution in Whiteflies: Just Add Bacteria.”[1] Any time

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New DVD on Genetics

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First of all, to all Americans reading this—HAPPY THANKSGIVING! I trust you all have a blessed time with family and friends.

Our own Dr. Georgia Purdom briefly spoke to our staff recently, and she showed us a clip from her …

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