My post, Science Supports Biblical Marriage, presents scientific evidence that one man married to one woman is associated with better pregnancy outcomes, where repeated sexual intercourse between husband and wife brings about change in the women such that her womb is a safer place for their babies. Now there is science which provides interesting evidence supporting the Biblical teaching of husband and wife becoming one.
It has been discovered that when a women carries a child in her womb, some of the child’s DNA crosses through the placenta and becomes a more or less permanent part of the the woman’s DNA.… Read the rest
What is the leading cause of death world wide?
The World Health Organization reported, from May 24, 2018, that there were 56.9 million human deaths worldwide in 2016. 
Of these Ischaemic Heart Disease and Stroke are at the top with 15.2 million deaths.
Chronic obstructive lung disease – 3 million deaths.
Lower respiratory infections – 3 million
Dementia – 2 million
Lung and airway cancers -1.7 million
Diabetes – 1.6 million
Road injuries – 1.5 million
Diarrhea illnesses – 1.4 million
Tuberculosis – 1.3 million
Total of these top 10 reported causes of human death is 30.7 million.… Read the rest
I ACCIDENTALLY PUBLISHED THIS BEFORE I PLANNED TO – it is not yet complete but I think is raises some thought provoking questions. So, I have left it visible. (And It may have more than my usual number of spelling and grammar errors.)
It is often said that children are a blessing. If we want children and none seem to come it can feel like we lacking blessing from the Lord. In such a trial, it is common to seek the opinion and expertise of fertility specialists.… Read the rest
The science of preeclampsia, a serious life threatening medical condition of pregnancy, supports the idea of Biblical marriage.
Preeclampsia is a type of pregnancy induced hypertension (high blood pressure) that can quickly lead to organ damage in the mother, and even death of the baby and/or mother.
A number of studies show that pregnancies in women who have had longer periods of exposure to the baby’s father’s sperm, before getting pregnant, are less likely to develop preeclampsia, compared to women who get pregnant in a short term relationships.… Read the rest