What can we learn from pterosaurs about the origin of groups of animals? Which patterns in the fossil record do they illustrate? Explore more in this article: https://www.grisda.org/pterosaurs-of-the-triassic-1
What have we learned from biological systems that has helped inventors and engineers find more efficient solutions? Learn about brilliant designs in nature, and what they imply, from this article: https://www.grisda.org/biomimicry-the-search-for-brilliant-design-1
What can we learn about design and flight from hummingbirds? Discover more on this fascinating subject in this article: https://www.grisda.org/birds-and-flight-1
Do we really have a responsibility to care for the earth? Learn about several principles of environmental stewardship affirmed in the Bible, in this article: https://www.grisda.org/how-can-environmental-care-be-grounded-in-biblical-theology-1
Thinking Creation - 04 - The Richly Diverse Creation
This episode explores where the amazing creatures we observe in the world today came from. Did they evolve? Were they all created by God in the Garden of Eden? Did Noah build a boat that held everything…
Thinking Creation - 05 - God And Nature
This episode discusses the relationship between the Creator and His creation. How does the biblical perspective that God is both the Creator and Sustainer of nature inform understanding of the regular…
Design in Ecology
In the Darwinian view, life is locked into a struggle for survival in which every organism is in a competition to the death and only the most fit survive. Is struggle and competition really what we observe in the relationships between organisms? Or is there a far more beautiful principle to be discovered if we take the time to actually look at how life works?
Noemí Durán - Natural Selection, Epigenetics, and Environment
Noemí Durán is a biologist specialized in animal behavior. She has a PhD in Marine Biology from Loma Linda University and is the director of the European headquarters of the Geoscience Research Institute.
Design in Other Animals
Are other creatures fundamentally different from humans? The surprising answer is both “Yes” and “No”. Why does the biblical account of creation lead us to believe that there should be profound similarities between humans and other living things? What makes us different? How does the Bible define the relationship between humans and other creatures? Shelley Quinn and Tim Standish, PhD
Good Creation and Natural Evil
Despite the creation’s elegance and beauty, it is clear that there is something wrong in the world. Where does all the death and suffering marring the creation come from? How does the Bible help us to understand the current state of the creation and the Creator’s solution to the problem?