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Now here's genetic research made for great headlines! A new research paper is being distilled into news articles along the lines of "scientists now believe the definitive difference between humans and other primates comes down to a single ...

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December 09, 2012  10:33am

Wonderful article. Thank you for bringing in experts in their field to write. More please.

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Wayne Froese

December 08, 2012  11:11am

I hope that this science friendly article represents the new CT leadership. I really enjoyed this.

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Dan Bruce

December 08, 2012  9:14am

"He has set eternity in the hearts of men; yet they cannot fathom what God has done from the beginning to the end" (Eccl. 3:11). As a Bible chronologist, I take this verse very much to heart. That's why my chronological work is limited to the time period between the birth of Abram and June 7, 1967 (the most recent date I can find mentioned in the Scriptures, in Daniel 8:13-14). I don't ever try to figure out the date of Creation, since that verse in Ecclesiastes seems to indicate that such a chronological inquiry is a futile effort. The same goes for Evolution. If the far distant ancient chronology cannot be defined definitively, neither can the process that explains how and when God created Man. I just believe that God did create the universe and all that is in it, including Mankind. How and when I leave to Him to reveal if, in the future, he sees fit.---Dan Bruce, The Prophecy Society

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