Reasons to Believe


  • More Reasons to Thank God for Ants

    I must confess that even though I have written extensively about how blessed we humans are to be living on a planet that is infested with ants, I don’t always appreciate it when one of the … more

  • Plant Roots-Fungi Symbiosis Is Multifaceted

    The most prevalent known plant symbiosis is the mutual relationship between the roots of vascular plants (plants with xylem and phloem that act as a hydraulic system to bring water and nutrients up … more

  • How Milk and Bacteria Help Us Grow

    When I was a kid I didn’t like milk much—unless it was chocolate. I have no idea how many times I heard my mother say, “Drink your milk; it’s good for you. It will give you … more

  • Dogs Catch Human Yawns

    The book of Job, especially chapter 39, implies that God created the nephesh creatures (“soulish” animals like birds and mammals) to serve and/or to please human beings. They are termed … more

  • Symbiosis Design

    TNRTB Archive - Retained for reference information

    Biologists have discovered a new design feature in soybeans. What they previously knew was that soybean plants provide root nodules that protect and … more

  • Symbiosis- More Complex Than We Knew

    by Dr. Hugh Ross assisted by Dr. Guillermo Gonzalez

    Biological symbiosis, the mutual dependence of two species on each other (such as bees and flowers) for survival, has often been cited as evidence … more