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Tom Wagner 5 Entries
Tom Wagner

Tom Wagner is a science teacher in Indiana USA. He is a keen photographer whose articles and photographs appear frequently in Creation magazine. www.creation.com

Why Life is Impossible Apart from Creation – by Tom Wagner

Have you ever squashed a mosquito? Interestingly, the squashing of a mosquito may help us understand what makes life possible and what makes spontaneous generation of a living thing impossible. When a mosquito is slapped, what happens? Obviously its shape…

August 29, 2015

Your Hearing: A Powerful Pointer to God’s Creation – by Tom Wagner

Contemplation of the size of things that have been created can be a very effective tool in comprehending the greatness of God. For example, consider the Creator’s technical ability in a study of human hearing. The ability of our ears…

August 29, 2015

The acrobatic damselfly … a wonderful creation of God – by Tom Wagner

Some years ago, while out hunting for small critters to photograph with my bug-photographing device, I had the privilege of observing an unforgettable insect performance. I was slowly crawling through a patch of waist-high weeds, when I scared up an…

August 28, 2015

Darwin vs. The Eye – by Tom Wagner

Charles Darwin himself realized that it seemed incredible that evolutionary processes had to explain human vision. He said: ‘To suppose that the eye with all its inimitable contrivances for adjusting the focus to different distances, for admitting different amounts of…

August 27, 2015

The Acrobatic Damselfly … a Wonderful Creation of God – Tom Wagner

Some years ago, while out hunting for small critters to photograph with my bug-photographing device, I had the privilege of observing an unforgettable insect performance. I was slowly crawling through a patch of waist-high weeds, when I scared up an…

August 14, 2015