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Is evolution true?
When the arguments used to support evolution are examined, how many actually pass muster?
by Don Batten
The Non-Mythical Adam and Eve!
Refuting errors by Francis Collins and BioLogos
by Robert W Carter
Creationism, Science and Peer Review
‘If creation is really science, then why isn’t it published in secular peer-reviewed journals?’
by Andrew S. Kulikovsky
Cheating with chance
Why analogies like the lottery and rare poker hands don’t rebut the miniscule chance of abiogenesis.
by Don Batten
The Skeptics and their ‘Churchian’ Allies
The Skeptics and their ‘Churchian’ Allies
by Jonathan Sarfati
Strategy of the Devil
by Russell Grigg
Dawkins’ Ironic Hypocrisy
Misotheists like Dawkins attack creationist teachings, but give credence to wacky ideas like ‘Jesus never existed’ rejected by historians. Other antitheists like Bill Maher hold even wackier views, e.g. rejecting germ theory.
by James Patrick Holdingi
The portrayal of creationists by their evolutionist detractors
Where they are not ignored, creationists are invariably disparaged and misrepresented.
by Philip Bell
Rebuilding Noah’s Ark: getting the facts straight
Could Noah’s Ark have been a giant coracle, as claimed by British Museum curator Irving Finkel in his translation of a Babylonian tablet?
by Russell Grigg
We are … biblical creationists?
Being careful not to play into the opposition’s hands …
by Gary Bates
A brief response to anti-creationist books
A brief response to anti-creationist books
by Don Batten
Red-blooded evidence
Refuting the evolutionary ‘sea-water’ argument.
by Don Batten