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Creation Magazine Articles

How did the Solar System form?
How did the Solar System form?
May 1, 2019
The results of a computer analysis to investigate how the solar system might have formed should cause evolutionists to think again about naturalistic processes.
By John Hartnett
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Everything is theological
Everything is theological
April 29, 2019
A sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be energised and strengthened by the powerful content and brilliant graphics
By Lita Cosner
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The remarkable Captain Robert FitzRoy
The remarkable Captain Robert FitzRoy
April 17, 2019
The man in charge of the Beagle was known for his Christian character as well as his great skill as a mariner.
By Nicos Kaloyirou
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Review of 'Controversy of the Ages'
Review of 'Controversy of the Ages'
April 12, 2019
Missing why the age of the earth matters.
By Nick Sabato
6.52K Views Shares
Diatoms: artistry in miniature
Diatoms: artistry in miniature
April 8, 2019
Tiny diatom frustules reveal God’s beautiful design
By Jonathan O’Brien
5.88K Views Shares
The failure of evolutionary mechanisms
The failure of evolutionary mechanisms
April 5, 2019
Neo-Darwinism, Neutral evolution, and the 'Extended Evolutionary Synthesis' cannot avoid the multilayered complexity of the genome and cell.
By Jeffrey P Tomkins and Jerry Bergman
6.99K Views Shares
Walking ain’t easy
Walking ain’t easy
April 3, 2019
Robotics engineers trying to copy human bipedal locomotion have a long way to go
By David Catchpoole
6.18K Views Shares
Opalised fossils or pseudofossils
Opalised fossils or pseudofossils
April 1, 2019
Can opals and opalised fossils form quickly under the right conditions?
By John Hartnett
5.47K Views Shares
Tremendous erosion during the Flood
Tremendous erosion during the Flood
March 29, 2019
The erosion that occurred during the latter stages of Noah’s Flood is almost unimaginable, but remarkably obvious.
By Michael J. Oard
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Antibiotic resistance not evolution in action
Antibiotic resistance not evolution in action
March 27, 2019
Why are man-made pills increasingly ineffective in the battle against infections?
By Don Batten
6.75K Views Shares
The universe of the lone brain
The universe of the lone brain
March 25, 2019
In wrestling with the overwhelming evidence of design around us, atheists propose explanations somewhere beyond this world; even in imagined other universes.
By Paul Price
6.21K Views Shares
Review: ‘The Big Picture’ by Sean Carroll
Review: ‘The Big Picture’ by Sean Carroll
March 22, 2019
What is a ‘big picture’ that has no author, meaning, or purpose?
By John Hartnett
5.42K Views Shares
Water walking lizard
Water walking lizard
March 18, 2019
The incredible basilisk has an amazing ability that allows it to skim across the water.
By Michael Eggleton
9.66K Views Shares
Can functional sequences come from random DNA?
Can functional sequences come from random DNA?
March 15, 2019
Can random DNA sequences be a source of evolutionary novelty?
By Robert Carter
6.01K Views Shares
Continental margins formed rapidly during Flood runoff
Continental margins formed rapidly during Flood runoff
March 13, 2019
Below the sea around land masses there is evidence of rapid water run-off, not slow and gradual erosion.
By Michael J. Oard
6.26K Views Shares
Schrader Hebrew professor
Schrader Hebrew professor
March 11, 2019
Dr Stephen Schrader, former Old Testament Department Chair and Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, explains the importance of a historical Genesis.
By Jonathan Sarfati
6.21K Views Shares
Mixing among Israelites and non-Israelites
Mixing among Israelites and non-Israelites
March 8, 2019
Does the Bible point to much genetic mixing in Israel?
By Robert Carter
9.47K Views Shares
Bioluminescence—the light of living things
Bioluminescence—the light of living things
March 6, 2019
A chemical reaction allows a tiny creature to stand out in the dark.
By Martin Tampier
6.81K Views Shares
Review of 'Sapiens’ by Yuval Harari
Review of 'Sapiens’ by Yuval Harari
March 1, 2019
This so-called history of humankind is drenched in evolutionary conjecture.
By Peter Line
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The wombat
The wombat
February 27, 2019
To the first Europeans to settle in Australia, it looked like a badger. But the creature—a godsend to shipwrecked sailors—turned out to be something very different.
By David Catchpoole
6.55K Views Shares
Gorge ‘looks thousands of years old’, but created in months
Gorge ‘looks thousands of years old’, but created in months
February 25, 2019
Within months, a river was so drastically changed that many could not believe what they were seeing.
By David Whyte
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Floating forest hypothesis fails to explain later and larger coal beds
Floating forest hypothesis fails to explain later and larger coal beds
February 22, 2019
If most coal was formed from plants other than lycopods, then do we need the floating forest hypothesis to explain the origin of coal?
By Timothy L. Clarey
5.30K Views Shares
The Samurai Crab
The Samurai Crab
February 18, 2019
The idea that the samurai face on the Heike crab was designed by natural selection isn’t true.
By Calvin Smith
6.36K Views Shares
‘Paleosol’ formation
‘Paleosol’ formation
February 15, 2019
Can happen faster than secular scientists think.
By Michael J. Oard
6.00K Views Shares
Killifish survivors are ‘losers’
Killifish survivors are ‘losers’
February 13, 2019
Killifish have been found living in polluted rivers with levels of industrial toxins 8,000 times the lethal dose.
By David Catchpoole
7.04K Views Shares
Conversation with an unlikely convert
Conversation with an unlikely convert
February 11, 2019
How an academic’s life was eventually turned around by true friendship and reading the Bible.
By Lita Cosner
12.74K Views Shares
The male reproductive system
The male reproductive system
February 8, 2019
The male reproductive system is not poorly designed.
By Jerry Bergman
14.21K Views Shares
The peacock spider
The peacock spider
February 6, 2019
A tiny, amazing, colourful arachnid ‘struts’ around like the bird after which it is named.
By Michael Eggleton
4.84K Views Shares
Fish scales inspire flexible armoured gloves
Fish scales inspire flexible armoured gloves
February 4, 2019
Water dwellers have intricate design features that can be mimicked to help build better protective gear.
By Jonathan Sarfati
5.60K Views Shares