Evolution from a Jewish Perspective, Part 3

Evolution from a Jewish Perspective, Part 3 Note: Asher (Roland) Norman is an author, attorney and Orthodox Jew, living in California. He also lectures on the subject of “The Scientific Case Against Random Macro Evolution (and for Intelligent Design).” He also lectures on the subject of Jewish holiness, explaining the organizing principle of Jewish holiness in separating between life and death regarding food, (kosher laws) intimacy (family Continue Reading

Evolution from a Jewish Perspective – Part 2

Evolution from a Jewish Perspective – Part 2 Author: Asher Norman Category: Science Date: August 10, 2015 Judaism and Science *Note: Asher (Roland) Norman is an author, attorney, and Orthodox Jew, living in California. He also lectures on the subject of “The Scientific Case against Random Macro Evolution (and for Intelligent Design).” He also lectures on the subject of Jewish holiness, explaining the organizing principle of Jewish Continue Reading

Evolution from a Jewish Perspective

Evolution from a Jewish Perspective Note: Asher (Roland) Norman is an author, attorney and Orthodox Jew, living in California. He also lectures on the subject of “The Scientific Case Against Random Macro Evolution (and for Intelligent Design).” Norman also lectures on the subject of Jewish holiness, explaining the organizing principle of Jewish holiness in separating between life and death regarding food, (kosher laws) intimacy (family purity Continue Reading

New Home for Babies?

New Home for Babies? Note: Joy Bagley is a student at the Koinonia Institute working on his Silver Medallion. This paper was part of his coursework in her I620 class. Ectogenesis was first mentioned in 1924 by J.B.S. Haldane, a British scientist. (Chemaly) “Better known as the artificial womb, ectogenesis is the process by which a fetus gestates in an environment external to the mother.” (Zimmerman) There is some controversy behind this Continue Reading

Young Islands, Young Canyons, and Dinosaurs

From KHouse.Org According to most respected geologists, the Earth is 4.7 billion years old, give or take a few days. Suggesting that the Earth is much younger can raise the ire of even the most chipper, likable geology professor. Yet, there is evidence that some geological processes can take place in a much shorter time span than historical geologists tend to assume, and odd things have been found out of place — in the wrong time and Continue Reading

The truth about science and religion

From American Thinker.Com August 14, 2014 By Terry Scambray In 1925 the renowned philosopher and mathematician, Alfred North Whitehead speaking to scholars at Harvard said that science originated in Christian Europe in the 13th century.  Whitehead pointed out that science arose from “the medieval insistence on the rationality of God, conceived as with the personal energy of Jehovah and with the rationality of a Greek philosopher”, Continue Reading

Bad News For Big Bang Proponents

From Prophecy News Watch.Com The Higgs Boson, also known as “the God particle,” detected in 2012 and confirmed in 2013, was widely heralded as a key to understanding the origins of the universe. However, scientists with King’s College in London announced in June 2014 that Higgs boson physics cannot account for the universe’s existence, in what is considered to be a major setback to the secular Big Bang theory. These developments Continue Reading

Lazarus Taxa – Living Fossils Today

From KHouse.Org Whenever a creature considered extinct suddenly shows up living and swimming around, we should all pay attention – even if the life form is “just” a heat-loving plankton. The green unicellular species Dapsilidinium pastielsii was recently found in Southeast Asia after having been supposedly killed off during the Ice Ages, appearing in the tropical warmth of the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool. The tiny green dinoflagellate isn’t Continue Reading

Isaac Newton The Creationist

From KHouse.Org (Archives 20.6.2007) "This most beautiful system [The Universe] could only proceed from the dominion of an intelligent and powerful Being." - Isaac Newton Sir Isaac Newton, the brilliant mathematician who redefined physics for the world in the 17th century, was also a bit of a theologian. While he's most famous for his ideas about gravity and the laws of motion, Newton also wrote commentaries on Daniel and Revelation. Continue Reading

Science – Fountains of the Deep

From KHouse.Org by Dr. Chuck Missler Could a mineral that has never before been found in a terrestrial rock point to a vast reservoir of water hidden deep within the Earth’s mantle? A microscopic crystal of a mineral—until now found only in meteorites or synthesized in the lab—may hold clues to the presence of vast quantities of water deep within the Earth’s mantle, according to a recent study.[1] The ultra-deep Continue Reading