The quantity of information stored in a pinhead's volume of DNA is equivalent to the content of a pile of paperback books spanning the distance from Earth to the moon 500 times. The human eye can handle 1.5 million simultaneous...
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The quantity of information stored in a pinhead's volume of DNA is equivalent to the content of a pile of paperback books spanning the distance from Earth to the moon 500 times. The human eye can handle 1.5 million simultaneous messages. A single drop of blood can be delivered anywhere in the body within 20 seconds.This book is a hard-hitting, fast-moving collection of evidence for creation presented in an interesting and entertaining format for young adults. What is the evidence for creation? Why is evolution so appealing? What have we learned over the last century? Here are the cold, hard facts and the ultimate conclusion that there is indeed a Creator.
Nicholas Comninellis is an associate professor of family medicine and public health at the University of Missouri - Kansas City, and president of the Institute for Internal Medicine (INMED). Nicholas spends his summers working with teenagers at Kanakuk Kamps in Branson, Missouri. The father of three teens himself, Nicholas is also the author of five books including Where Do I Go From Here? (New Leaf Press, 2002), and Darwin's Demise (Master Books, 2001) with Dr. Joe White.
Joe White, author of eleven books -- includingPure Excitement, which won the Gold Medallion Teen Book of the Year for 1997 -- is a noted speaker on family and teen issues. He is the president of Kanakuk-Kanakomo Kamps, Inc., which hosts 14,000 campers each summer. He has spoken for such noted events as James Dobson's Focus on the Family, Promise Keepers, and Life on the Edge parent and teen conferences. He is the co-host of a national radio showLife on the Edge Live. He also speaks regularly at NFL football and professional baseball chapels.