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Creation Magazine Articles

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
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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
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‘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
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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
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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
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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
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Chagas disease
Chagas disease
April 20, 2018
Facing up to the complex issues surrounding an annoying bug.
By Frank Sherwin
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Do rivers erode through mountains?
Do rivers erode through mountains?
April 18, 2018
Against the flow of uniformitarian thought.
By Michael Oard
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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
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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
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Dinosaur Blood Fuz Rana
Dinosaur Blood Fuz Rana
April 6, 2018
Evolutionists’ attempts to explain stunning preservation in fossils are totally unconvincing.
By Mark Armitage
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The not-so-Nobel decision (Raymond Damadian MRI)
The not-so-Nobel decision (Raymond Damadian MRI)
April 4, 2018
Despite Raymond Damadian’s role in the development of MRI, he was overlooked for the Nobel Prize.
By Carl Wieland
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Kepler-78b: The “scorching lava world” that “shouldn’t exist”
Kepler-78b: The “scorching lava world” that “shouldn’t exist”
April 2, 2018
The exoplanet Kepler-78b stuns astronomers, defies evolutionary formation theories
By David Catchpoole
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Message in a bottle
Message in a bottle
March 28, 2018
A bottle encased in solid rock proves fossils don’t require millions of years.
By Tas Walker
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What about those who have never heard?
What about those who have never heard?
March 26, 2018
What happens to those who never get to hear the Good News of salvation?
By Lita Cosner
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Seeing back to front
Seeing back to front
March 21, 2018
Claims that the human eye is wired backwards have proved shortsighted.
By Carl Wieland
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Mechanical engineer on creation
Mechanical engineer on creation
March 19, 2018
Tenured Penn State Professor believes in creation.
By Lita Cosner
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Charles Darwins termites
Charles Darwins termites
March 14, 2018
When these insects mate and shed their wings, it flies in the face of Darwinian thought.
By Joachim Scheven
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The non-evolution of the horse
The non-evolution of the horse
March 7, 2018
The amazing variety in these magnificent animals serves as a reminder that things do not make themselves.
By Jonathan Sarfati
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Bible written
Bible written
March 5, 2018
A widely misunderstood verse helps us to answer this question.
By Keaton Halley
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Led by the nose
Led by the nose
February 28, 2018
It was an obvious hoax that should have been easy to sniff out, so why were so many taken in?
By Joachim Vetter
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Scallop mirror eye
Scallop mirror eye
February 26, 2018
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. Shellfish has tiny eyes structured like some advanced reflecting telescopes, but make two images.
By Jonathan Sarfati
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The Yellowstone petrified forests
The Yellowstone petrified forests
February 21, 2018
Once an argument for long ages and against biblical accuracy but not anymore.
By Jonathan Sarfati
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Semmelweis
Semmelweis
February 19, 2018
Semmelweis correctly diagnosed the cause of childbed fever, only to be ridiculed by the establishment because he contradicted their opinion. Today the establishment reacts similarly to biblical creationists.
By Russell Grigg
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Salty seas
Salty seas
February 14, 2018
The salinity of the oceans is a strong evidence that they, and the Earth itself, are far younger than the billions of years required for evolution.
By Jonathan Sarfati
67.69K Views Shares
Just what we need
Just what we need
February 12, 2018
Creation magazine helps us to think biblically about science, geology, evolution, and origins. See this sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released issue.
By Tas Walker
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Post Flood catastrophism
Post Flood catastrophism
February 9, 2018
Where in the geologic record is the Flood/post-Flood boundary?
By Michael J. Oard
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The sixteen grandsons of Noah
The sixteen grandsons of Noah
February 7, 2018
Secular history shows that the survivors of Noah’s Flood were real people, whose names were indelibly carved on much of the ancient world.
By Russell Grigg
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Not-so-‘Still Life’
Not-so-‘Still Life’
February 5, 2018
Not everyone sees a bowl of fruit as being ‘still’.
By David Catchpoole
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