Jim Virkler

DNA — Then, and Now

By Jim Virkler / September 25, 2014

By: Jim Virkler; ©2008 Now and then I check a biology textbook in order to find an answer to a question on some detail of life science. Many of my…

The DNA Code — Whose Mind?

By Jim Virkler / September 25, 2014

By: Jim Virkler; ©2008 NA, that huge molecule contained in every chromosome of every cell in our body, is a treasure store of coded information which contains intricately detailed instructions.…

Who is the Author?

By Jim Virkler / September 25, 2014

By: Jim Virkler; © How did the laws of nature come to be? Who authored them? These questions are related to discussions about the “fine-tuning” of the universe, the constancy…

A Review of Michael Behe’s The Edge of Evolution: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism

By Jim Virkler / September 4, 2013

By: Dr. Norman Geisler; ©2012 A Review of Michael Behe’s The Edge of Evolution: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism Contents 1 Introduction 2 The Central Thesis 3 Theistic…

Diminished Climate Alarm

By Jim Virkler / October 1, 2012

By: Jim Virkler; ©2012 For the past several years we have experienced an interesting “global cooling.” In this sense “cooling” is diminished alarm over the reality of anthropogenic global warming.…

Epigenetics Offers New Solution to Some Long-Standing Theological Problems: Inherited Sin, Christ’s Sinlessness and Generational Curses Can be Explained

By Jim Virkler / October 14, 2010

By: Dr. Norman Geisler; ©2010 As a philosopher and theologian, I was intrigued by a recent article in Time (Jan 18, 2010) claiming that “The new field of epigenetics is…