Feature Archive of Creation Ministries International
Japheth, remember to turn off the computer … December 22, 2006
Japheth, remember to turn off the computer …
Michael Ruse, Can a Darwinian be a Christian? The Relationship Between Science and Religion December 21, 2006
Prominent evolutionist, Michael Ruse, explores the relationship between science and religion. Impressive and excellently argued but, under close scrutiny, the arguments do not hold up. So, who is he trying to convince?
Climate change & terrorism: a new political agenda? December 19, 2006
Whatever the reality of the current gloomy climate predictions, the current bandwagon is such that some have even compared normal scientific scepticism to terrorism.
Parkie; a new 'pseudo-plesiosaur' washed up on the Nova Scotia Coast December 14, 2006
What was it? Some say the beast had the makings of a famous sea monster. See detailed pictures and evidence behind an identification that surprised many
No sale for Darwin December 13, 2006
Even other evolutionists seem to be embarrassed at a book that 'oversells' the alleged practical value of evolution to the public.
Voting with their feet December 11, 2006
14,000 people surveyed say why they abandoned mainstream churches. They want teaching that defends The Faith, upholds moral absolutes and stands on the authority of the Bible. Many recommended creationist websites.
Living dinosaurs or just birds? December 5, 2006
Evolutionary enthusiasts today claim that you can see live dinosaurs hovering around the hummingbird feeder. What are the facts?
Tsunami tragedy December 4, 2006
The tragic devastation wreaked by the Boxing Day, 2004 tsunami is a sober reminder of the awesome power of God’s judgment in the Flood of Noah.
Dawkins and Eugenics December 1, 2006
Prominent Darwinist and anti-Christian, Professor Richard Dawkins, says he hates to be agreeing with Hitler on the point, but applying eugenics to breeding humans is a pretty good idea after all.
Not to Be Used Again: Homologous structures and the presumption of originality as a critical Value November 29, 2006
In the biblical world, people would have regarded use of common designs as honorable, and demonstrating mastery over creation.
The ‘Stone Age’—a figment of the imagination? November 20, 2006
Claims that there was such a time as the Stone Age are not supported by the evidence.
The Haggard tragedy November 9, 2006
When a vocal defender of the Bible’s authority, even one who attacks evolution, is morally disgraced in the public eye, what does that say about the link between evolution and morality?
Evidence of a watery origin for the solar system November 7, 2006
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of an article from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
Gogonasus—a fish with human limbs? November 3, 2006
As with all so-called ‘missing link’ finds, the difference between what the media tells us and real story is considerable.
Quebec Quells Creation November 3, 2006
But they do, and their students are better informed than those in government schools where any criticism of evolution is censored.
Mutations, selection and the quest for meatier livestock November 2, 2006
One place where mutations and natural selection can be tested and studied is the livestock industry.
Spectacular spider stickiness October 30, 2006
Geckos can stick to almost anything because of their feet’s fine structure. This has inspired powerful (and self-cleaning) adhesives. Now a spider’s feet are shown to stick the same way.
Cherry Lewis, The Dating Game: One Man's Search for the Age of the Earth-Book Review October 26, 2006
The earth’s age is crucial for the Christian worldview, but the ‘dating game’ is not objective science. Biography of Arthur Holmes, one of the major players in the game, shows it’s subjective, arbitrary and erratic.
Superstition vs Christianity October 24, 2006
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‘Origins questions’—evolutionists puzzled, creationists muzzled October 20, 2006
As research progressively uncovers things that thwart naturalistic explanations, evolutionists are left to wonder. But they refuse to hear of a Creator.
Saddle up the horse, it's off to the bat cave October 17, 2006
When genetic evidence fits the evolutionary belief system, humanists are quick to gloat. But what about when it totally contradicts it?
Alfred Russel Wallace—‘co-inventor’ of Darwinism October 16, 2006
It occurred to Alfred Russel Wallace during a fever fit in Ternate that fit animals survive better than the unfit; what could this possibly mean?
Promoting 'peace with evolution' October 13, 2006
The Sydney Anglicans are rightly respected for their stand on biblical authority. But a recent affiliated publication calls for seeing Genesis as ‘figurative’.
Human and dinosaur fossil footprints? October 12, 2006
Careful study of dinosaur trackways reaches amazing conclusions. Prints and sediment point to abnormal stress on animal communities. See what it means.
Rampaging Radishes October 10, 2006
These hybrid children were so successful, they not only formed a new species, they wiped out their parents. But if that’s evolution, why are creationists excited?
The Riddle October 9, 2006
The Polled Dorset breed of sheep did not evolve—its hornlessness is the result of a mutation.
Kenyan pastor speaks out on evolution October 6, 2006
Africans are increasingly being exposed to evolution, particularly ‘human evolution’, as never before.
The Simpsons and Scopes October 4, 2006
When a popular satirical TV show gets into creation/evolution, at least you know that it is a ‘live’ issue in the culture
The 'Lucy Child' September 22, 2006
This fossil type is widely touted as our ancestor. The discovery of an extremely well-preserved specimen focuses attention on the evidence that things are not what evolutionists would have hoped.
The Axolotl. The fish that walks? September 18, 2006
The axolotl lives in water but has legs to walk on the bottom. Some evolutionists think this is a perfect ‘missing link’, but the facts give a quite different picture.
Fossil evidence for alleged apemen—Part 2: non-Homo hominids September 14, 2006
Peter Line reviews the status of the varied fossils not labelled as ‘Homo’ that evolutionists interpret as our ancestors. He shows that their story does not stack up.
Biologically inspired designs September 12, 2006
Nothing is left to chance in this new field of science as researchers identify superior designs in biology and purposely copy them.
Abortion argument unravels Creation magazine September 11, 2006
How the unborn child defends itself against its mother, confirming that he/she is a separate human being from the start.
If you are truly scientists / There will be skeptics September 9, 2006
Many evolutionists attack creation because it is ‘not science’, but their attacks are often inconsistent. But real-world science works by interpreting data according to theories, which are often protected by auxiliary hypotheses.
Has 'dark matter' really been proven? September 8, 2006
Caution urged about so-called empirical proof from the Bullet-cluster observations. Indeed, ‘dark matter’ is really a fancy name for a fudge factor, and proper physics eliminates the need for it.
Stingray of death: tragic end of the life of ‘Crocodile Hunter’ Steve Irwin September 6, 2006
In the aftermath of Steve Irwin’s death, many question the brevity of his life.
The Bronze Tree of Sanxingdui September 5, 2006
The Bronze Tree of Sanxingdui: Is it the oldest man-made Genesis artefact?
Learning to sing September 4, 2006
Ornithologist Dr Michael Tarburton knows more than most about bird calls, and how they point to a Creator.
‘Ripples’ of galaxies-another blow to the big bang August 31, 2006
A cluster pattern discovered in the organization of galaxies does not support the secular story for the naturalistic origin of the universe.
Deconstructing Darwin: Eugenics … death of the defenceless August 28, 2006
Ethnic cleansing, abortion of ‘defective’ unborn babies, infanticide, euthanasia, and harvesting of unborn babies for research purposes all come from eugenics. This was invented by Francis Galton, cousin of Charles Darwin.
Unravelling the knotty khipu code August 21, 2006
Who would have ever thought of storing information on segments of threaded strands according to a certain code? The Incas did—and they weren’t the first.
Response to 'gay marriage' article objections; CMI shows questioner that Christian faith is logical August 19, 2006
A gay man took issue about an article on ‘gay marriage’; the response explains the biblical teaching and refutes pseudo-Christian objections. In the second feedback, a then-new Christian (now a guest writer for CMI) explains how logical answers from CMI were instrumental to her conversion.
World record enzymes (Richard Wolfenden) August 17, 2006
Without special enzymes, vital reactions of life would take as long as trillions of years. Their origin is a mystery even to evolutionists.
Tigers and pigs … together? August 7, 2006
Extraordinary scenes from Sriracha Zoo in Thailand.
Does ribozyme research prove Darwinian evolution? August 5, 2006
The origin of the first living organism is a huge problem for materialists. Agnostic DB of California agrees that creationist critiques are strong, but argues that ribozyme ‘evolution’ might solve the problem; Dr Sarfati responds.
Green Power (photosynthesis) July 27, 2006
Photosynthesis is vital for life. New research shows that it stores the energy from four photons so it can split the water molecule. This defies evolution, since a partially complete system would not work at all.
Chickens with teeth July 25, 2006
Radioisotope dating of rocks in the Grand Canyon July 24, 2006
The discordant ‘dates’ for Grand Canyon rocks point to an episode of accelerated radioactive decay some time in the past.
Erring on the side of censorship (Brittany McComb) July 21, 2006
Valedictorian speech censored by school.
‘Schweitzer’s Dangerous Discovery’ July 19, 2006
The lady scientist who discovered that still-soft-and-stretchy dinosaur material is at the heart of a controversy.
Why nail biters don’t cry July 17, 2006
The humble fingernail turns out to have intricate design. The middle layer has fibres aligned to prevent tearing down to the nail beds, and the two outer layers make nails as strong as hooves.
Bombardier idea July 10, 2006
The bombardier beetle’s explosive secrets are inspiring engineers to design better aircraft engines.
Major US denomination 'affirms evolution' - and more July 4, 2006
The Episcopalian Church (Anglicanism in America) comes out strongly and officially in support of a position that rejects Genesis the way Christ taught and understood it.
Fossil evidence for alleged apemen—Part 1: the genus Homo June 29, 2006
Morphological analysis points to genetic variation within the one human kind, so the case for human evolution collapses.
The Hobbit: Precious fossil or poisoned chalice? June 22, 2006
The puzzling Homo floresiensis.
Herero genocide June 20, 2006
German settlers, feeding on ideas of evolutionary superiority, perpetrated genocide on the noble Herero people of Namibia.
Evolutionist debater fails to understand young-earth arguments June 17, 2006
A young supporter asks some questions about young-earth evidence raised by an evolutionary debater. The response points out some of the evolutionist’s misunderstandings and even outright errors, and the role of axioms in the debate.
Deconstructing Darwin: Blast from the Past—Prof. Johann Blasius June 16, 2006
Prof. Johann Blasius was director of a major German museum when Darwin wrote Origin. His reaction reminds us that it was predominantly the scientists, not the theologians, who at first opposed Darwinism.
How could Adam have named all the animals in a single day? June 13, 2006
Creatures need to be called something. So who decided a dog would be called a dog?
Blowing the whistle on corruption June 6, 2006
One man’s refusal to bow under pressure brought down a leading judge, threatened political careers, and made him a household name against official corruption.
The Da Vinci Code: Fiction masquerading as fact May 18, 2006
The Da Vinci Code is the world’s top selling novel of the last three years, but its claims about Christianity don’t stack up.
Kamikaze ichthyosaur? May 12, 2006
Ichthyosaur buried nose-down, at 90 degrees to the rock layersdeals long-age thinking a lethal body blow.
Radio-dating in Rubble May 11, 2006
The explosive eruption of Mt St Helensobserved in 1980, but according to so-called reliable radioisotope methods, it happened millions of years ago!
Deconstructing Darwin: Darwin’s impact May 10, 2006
How Darwin’s ideas led Marx, Trotsky, Stalin, Hitler and Pol Pot to become mass murderers.
Super shells May 9, 2006
The giant conch shell has been hailed by evolutionists as ‘one of nature’s greatest engineering masterpieces’. What makes it so special?
Saved via aliens? April 20, 2006
CMI’s UFO specialist Gary Bates recently undertook a nationwide tour of Australia. His landmark book Alien Intrusion: UFOs
and the Evolution Connection is one of our most popular titles,
being eagerly read by Christians and non-Christians alike. Its success has amply demonstrated that there is huge interest in
the subject of UFOs, extraterrestrial life and associated phenomena,
and it shows no signs of abating.
CMI’s UFO specialist Gary Bates recently undertook a nationwide tour of Australia. His landmark book Alien Intrusion: UFOs and the Evolution Connection is one of our most popular titles, being eagerly read by Christians and non-Christians alike. Its success has amply demonstrated that there is huge interest in the subject of UFOs, extraterrestrial life and associated phenomena, and it shows no signs of abating.
How did fish and plants survive the Genesis Flood? February 24, 2006
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