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Creation Magazine Articles

Is big bang theory scientific?
Is big bang theory scientific?
November 13, 2019
Big bang theory only appears to be scientific because people are exposed only to the evidence that appears to support it.
By Dominic Statham
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CMB shadows argument against big bang no longer sustainable
CMB shadows argument against big bang no longer sustainable
November 8, 2019
Creationists should now avoid using this argument.
By John G. Hartnett
5.88K Views Shares
A Chinese camarasaurus?
A Chinese camarasaurus?
November 6, 2019
Ancient wine vessel depicts sauropod dinosaur
By Phil Robinson
9.87K Views Shares
Mars moons mystery
Mars moons mystery
November 4, 2019
How did Phobos and Deimos come to be so close to the red planet?
By David Catchpoole
6.72K Views Shares
Origen, origins, and allegory
Origen, origins, and allegory
November 1, 2019
Is the church father Origen of Alexandria support for a non-literal reading of Genesis?
By Andrew Sibley
4.64K Views Shares
The age of arches
The age of arches
October 30, 2019
The rate of collapse affirms a biblical time frame!
By Don Batten
6.76K Views Shares
Cosmology’s fatal weakness—underdetermination
Cosmology’s fatal weakness—underdetermination
October 25, 2019
Is the physical data enough to justify any cosmological theory?
By John Hartnett
5.94K Views Shares
What’s your address?
What’s your address?
October 21, 2019
A team has come up with an interesting universal addressing system. But did you know living things have a solution to their own ‘address problem’?
By lita Cosner
5.30K Views Shares
Unmasking natural selection
Unmasking natural selection
October 18, 2019
A review of ‘40 Years of Evolution: Darwin’s finches on Daphne Major Island’ by Peter and Rosemary Grant.
By Jean K. Lightner
4.80K Views Shares
Blue eyes mutation
Blue eyes mutation
October 16, 2019
Many people of European descent have less melanin in their eyes, and it’s got nothing to do with evolution
By David Catchpoole and Robert Carter
6.54K Views Shares
Creation astronomy from a rocket scientist
Creation astronomy from a rocket scientist
October 14, 2019
Space scientist Dr Henry Richter’s new book Spacecraft Earth explores how Earth is designed for life
By David Coppedge
5.35K Views Shares
Developmental gene regulatory networks
Developmental gene regulatory networks
October 11, 2019
An insurmountable impediment to evolution.
By Jeffrey P. Tomkins and Jerry Bergman
5.44K Views Shares
Dinosaur eggs point to the Flood
Dinosaur eggs point to the Flood
October 9, 2019
Their survival is hard to explain, but after a little digging, answers start to emerge.
By Mike Oard
19.34K Views Shares
Knock, knock … are you ready?
Knock, knock … are you ready?
October 7, 2019
Be prepared to take advantage of the evangelism opportunities that come right to your door.
By Lita Cosner
6.90K Views Shares
How long was Noah on the Ark?
How long was Noah on the Ark?
October 4, 2019
Might Noah have measured time on the Ark using a Lunar Year?
By Mark Howard
7.16K Views Shares
Why don’t we live as long as Methuselah?
Why don’t we live as long as Methuselah?
October 2, 2019
Modern science is catching up with what the Bible tells us about people living for hundreds of years.
By Jonathan Sarfati
17.12K Views Shares
The albatross flies for free
The albatross flies for free
September 30, 2019
Powered by ocean wind shear, the dynamic soaring of the albatross enables it to fly for thousands of miles just above the sea surface without flapping its wings.
By David Catchpoole
4.65K Views Shares
The origin of dogs
The origin of dogs
September 27, 2019
When and how did dogs diversify after Noah’s Flood?
By Cody J. Guitard
5.43K Views Shares
We are less than dust
We are less than dust
September 25, 2019
Everything we see is mostly made up of empty space
By Robert Carter
6.94K Views Shares
‘Killer’ caterpillar with ‘sting’ in its tail
‘Killer’ caterpillar with ‘sting’ in its tail
September 23, 2019
A tiny caterpillar can make a meal out of an unsuspecting insect in the blink of an eye.
By Joel Tay
6.22K Views Shares
More functions for ERVs and LINEs
More functions for ERVs and LINEs
September 20, 2019
What new functions do these supposed examples of ‘junk DNA’ have?
By Peer Terborg
3.94K Views Shares
Beluga-narwhal hybrid
Beluga-narwhal hybrid
September 18, 2019
DNA reveals beluga-narwhal hybrid
By Phil Robinson
6.07K Views Shares
The red fox and post-Flood migration
The red fox and post-Flood migration
September 16, 2019
The furry carnivore which rapidly spread across the globe.
By Philip Robinson
6.31K Views Shares
Tunnel valleys
Tunnel valleys
September 13, 2019
Can they be formed catastrophically?
By Michael J. Oard
4.58K Views Shares
As silent as a flying owl
As silent as a flying owl
September 9, 2019
How do you make the blades of a multi-rotor drone ‘chop’ the air more quietly? Look to the owl’s wings …
By David Catchpoole
5.61K Views Shares
Big bang universe “should not actually exist”
Big bang universe “should not actually exist”
September 2, 2019
In theory, we shouldn’t be here.
By Jonathan Sarfati
8.50K Views Shares
A review of ‘Dictionary of Christianity and Science’
A review of ‘Dictionary of Christianity and Science’
August 30, 2019
A review of Dictionary of Christianity and Science by Paul Copan, Tremper Longman III, Christopher L. Reese, Michael Strauss (Editors)
By Lita Cosner
4.90K Views Shares
The incredible human brain
The incredible human brain
August 26, 2019
As powerful evidence for a Designer’s existence, look no further than inside your head.
By Peter Line
12.10K Views Shares
The genetic history of the Israelite nation
The genetic history of the Israelite nation
August 23, 2019
What can genetics tell us about the history of the Jews?
By Robert Carter
7.64K Views Shares