Microbiology

Microbiology
Parasitology and Creation

Parasitology and Creation

Dr. Matthew E. Ingle • Feb. 4, 2015

As we learn more about parasites, which don’t seem to be “good” design, we will understand better how the parasitic lifestyle resulted from the Fall.

Fungi from the Biblical Perspective

Fungi from the Biblical Perspective

Ira Loucks • Oct. 21, 2009

Fungi are intriguing organisms with a wealth of diversity in their morphology and ecology. Determining the fundamentals of their biology from a biblical perspective is a daunting but achievable task.

The Natural History of Retroviruses

The Natural History of Retroviruses

Yingguang Liu , et. al. • Sept. 30, 2009

Evolutionists assume that all endogenous retroviruses are remnants of germ line infection by exogenous retroviruses.

More Abundant than Stars

More Abundant than Stars

Dr. Georgia Purdom , et. al. • Sept. 23, 2009

Microbes form a life-sustaining organosubstrate on earth and contribute to our understanding of geology, ecology, and biology.

Toward An Understanding of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi

Toward An Understanding of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi

Tom Hennigan • Feb. 18, 2009

As we seek to discover the intent of the Designer, we can enhance our stewardship of the land by using this symbiosis to re-establish polluted and disturbed landscapes and grow sustainable crops.

Microbes and the Days of Creation

Microbes and the Days of Creation

Dr. Alan L. Gillen • Jan. 16, 2008

The world of germs and microbes has received much attention in recent years. But where do microbes fit into the creation account?

Proceedings of the Microbe Forum, June 2007

Proceedings of the Microbe Forum, June 2007

Dr. Joe Francis , et. al. • Jan. 9, 2008

For many years the roles of microbes as part of God’s wonderful design have been neglected. Perhaps it is because many people associate microbes as the cause of death, disease, and suffering.


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