Latest Magazines

Volume 40 :3
July 2018
Read Contents
Volume 40 :2
April 2018
Read Contents
Volume 40 :1
January 2018
Read Contents
Volume 39 :4
October 2017
Read Contents
Volume 39 :3
July 2017
Read Contents
Complete archive list …

Creation Magazine Articles

Why life is impossible apart from creation
Why life is impossible apart from creation
June 20, 2018
A tiny insect’s existence is finely-tuned and incredibly complex, and also easily extinguished.
By Tom Wagner
10.48K Views Shares
Stone Mountain was once molten magma.
Stone Mountain was once molten magma.
June 18, 2018
How a catastrophic event helped form an astonishing feature in Georgia’s landscape.
By Tas Walker
4.16K Views Shares
Where was Eden? Part 1
Where was Eden? Part 1
June 15, 2018
Examining pre-Flood geographical details in the biblical record.
By Lita Cosner and Robert Carter
7.34K Views Shares
Whale explodes fossil theory
Whale explodes fossil theory
June 13, 2018
A macabre scene played out on a floating carcass has an obvious message for evolutionists.
By Tas Walker
29.95K Views Shares
Pluto
Pluto
June 11, 2018
As scientists continue to study the images provided by the NASA spacecraft New Horizons, preconceptions about Pluto have been replaced by lots of head-scratching.
By Russell Grigg
5.29K Views Shares
Coelacanth does not walk
Coelacanth does not walk
June 8, 2018
Famous living fossil ‘link’ idea fizzles further
By Carl Wieland
4.22K Views Shares
Born to communicate
Born to communicate
June 6, 2018
Amazingly, deaf children stranded by themselves develop their own complete sign language. 
By Kevin May
26.34K Views Shares
Minister and Bible scholar: Genesis is history!
Minister and Bible scholar: Genesis is history!
June 4, 2018
See why respected Australian pastor and scholar Rev. Dr Peter Barnes believes Genesis as written
By Jonathan Sarfati
6.32K Views Shares
Nylon-eating bacteria: Interpretation according to Coded Information System theory
Nylon-eating bacteria: Interpretation according to Coded Information System theory
June 1, 2018
How does the creation-based Coded Information Systems theory explain the nylon-eating bacteria?
By Royal Truman
2.08K Views Shares
The breath of life
The breath of life
May 30, 2018
The incredible design of our respiratory system points to an intelligent Designer and not blind chance.
By David Demick
13.23K Views Shares
Gecko skin microstructure also kills bacteria
Gecko skin microstructure also kills bacteria
May 28, 2018
Drops explode off superhydrophobic gecko skin, and its microstructure also kills bacteria, a structure which could save human lives
By Jonathan Sarfati
3.74K Views Shares
Nylon-eating bacteria: Current theory on how the modified genes arose
Nylon-eating bacteria: Current theory on how the modified genes arose
May 25, 2018
Did nylonase arise from mutations in a pre-existing enzyme?
By Royal Truman
1.82K Views Shares
Saltwater platypus surprise
Saltwater platypus surprise
May 23, 2018
The platypus is a creature limited to freshwater streams, right? Wrong! On Kangaroo Island, platypuses have been seen ‘riding the waves’ up on to the seashore.
By David Catchpoole
23.18K Views Shares
Noah’s Ark on a Roman coin!
Noah’s Ark on a Roman coin!
May 21, 2018
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. The oldest coin to depict a biblical scene. What shape Ark does it depict?
By Phil Robinson
22.76K Views Shares
Nylon-eating bacteria: Refuting Ohno’s frame-shift theory
Nylon-eating bacteria: Refuting Ohno’s frame-shift theory
May 18, 2018
Did bacteria gain the ability to eat nylon through a random frame-shift mutation?
By Royal Truman
2.79K Views Shares
The robber crab
The robber crab
May 16, 2018
Like a thief in the night, this creature from the deep raids the fruits of the forest.
By Robert Doolan
8.43K Views Shares
Nylon-eating bacteria: Discovery and significance
Nylon-eating bacteria: Discovery and significance
May 11, 2018
How were they discovered? Why are they important for the creation/evolution debate?
By Royal Truman
3.67K Views Shares
Startling evidence for Noahs Flood
Startling evidence for Noahs Flood
May 9, 2018
Rock layers tells us a lot about the earth’s past, but some geologists have an ingrained bias when they look at some amazing features.
By Andrew A. Snelling and Steven A. Austin
53.84K Views Shares
Making disciples with creation
Making disciples with creation
May 7, 2018
Creation magazine helps us to think biblically about science, evolution, and origins. Disciples must submit to God’s Word, including Genesis. See this editorial from the soon-to-be-released issue.
By Lita Cosner
3.37K Views Shares
Genesis as ancient historical narrative
Genesis as ancient historical narrative
May 4, 2018
The genre of Genesis based on its grammar and its usage in the rest of Scripture shows that it is historical narrative
By Lita Cosner
5.04K Views Shares
A sweet revelation
A sweet revelation
May 2, 2018
The honey bee is a wonderful example of intricate design and complex genetic information.
By Tom Hennigan
14.18K Views Shares
‘Animal salad’ points to catastrophic demise
‘Animal salad’ points to catastrophic demise
April 30, 2018
Evolutionists struggle to explain an enormous fossil graveyard that includes sea, land, and flying creatures.
By Len de Beer
9.24K Views Shares
Earth impacts and the faint young sun
Earth impacts and the faint young sun
April 27, 2018
A look at the problems associated with evolutionary origin-of-life scenarios for our world.
By Wayne Spencer
4.47K Views Shares
Regenerating ribs: Adam and that missing rib
Regenerating ribs: Adam and that missing rib
April 25, 2018
This ‘bone’ of contention is actually a reminder of God’s creative genius.
By Carl Wieland
76.06K Views Shares
Wonderfully designed sawfish
Wonderfully designed sawfish
April 23, 2018
From its comical snout to its friction-reducing skin, this endangered fish bears testimony to its Designer.
By Lita Cosner and Robert Carter
5.05K Views Shares
Chagas disease
Chagas disease
April 20, 2018
Facing up to the complex issues surrounding an annoying bug.
By Frank Sherwin
5.15K Views Shares
Do rivers erode through mountains?
Do rivers erode through mountains?
April 18, 2018
Against the flow of uniformitarian thought.
By Michael Oard
51.09K Views Shares
Razor clam—impossibly good at digging
Razor clam—impossibly good at digging
April 16, 2018
The razor clam gives digging lessons to surprised and envious engineers.
By David Catchpoole
4.89K Views Shares
Gods webspinners give chemists free lessons-Creation Magazine (spider silk)
Gods webspinners give chemists free lessons-Creation Magazine (spider silk)
April 11, 2018
The production of man-made fibres that have bullet-stopping capabilities leaves behind dangerous chemicals and don’t match the wonders of a spiderweb.
By Jonathan Sarfati
20.84K Views Shares