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Precambrian rabbits—death knell for evolution?
Richard Dawkins says a rabbit fossil in the Precambrian would be evidence against evolution, but would that really be the case?
by Shaun Doyle
Worldviews, logic, and earth’s age—part 1
Old-earth creationists should face the reality that their position more aligns them with a worldview that opposes Christianity.
by John K. Reed and Shaun Doyle
God created with functional maturity, not ‘appearance of age’
Did Adam and Eve have navels, and the first trees have growth rings? Did God create light in transit from stars? What did Philip Gosse really teach?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Evidence for young-earth creationism
How to build a case for biblical creation
by Shaun Doyle
Can all those scientists be wrong?
What does history say?
by Gordon Howard
How do we love our neighbor?
It is difficult sometimes to get the appropriate balance of ‘grace and truth’ when responding to opponents. Here are some principles that CMI uses.
by Gary Bates, Lita Cosner, Keaton Halley
What distinguishes origins and operational science?
What’s the difference?
by Lita Sanders
‘The dingo’s got my baby!’
Carl Wieland chats with Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton.
by Carl Wieland
Defining arguments away—the distorted language of secularism
How key terms in the origins debate have been defined to slant the ‘rules of engagement’ between Christianity and secularism against Christianity.
by Shaun Doyle
Does ‘deep time’ make sense?
As we look at the foundations of the ‘billions of years’ historical framework, are the foundations rock or sand?
by Shaun Doyle
Questioning ‘How to debate a creationist’ by Michael Shermer
A skeptic gives advice about how to debate creationists, but he unwittingly shows the religious nature of his position.
by Murk Post
Where are all the people?
How could the human population have grown to seven billion from the eight survivors of Noah’s Flood only 4,500 years ago?
by Don Batten