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Sound bites vs sound science
If you want to be ready to defend your faith, it pays to be aware of some of these very common sceptical ploys.
by Carl Wieland
Unintelligent Design?
Evolution, it is claimed, removes the need for a designing intelligence of life on Earth, but this amounts to the logically absurd proposition of ‘Unintelligent Design’.
by Mike G Matthews
Sola Scriptura in an age of science
A sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
by Lita Sanders
William Lane Craig on creation and anthropology
Responding to recent William Lane Craig statements about creation and the historical Adam and Eve.
by Lita Cosner, Paul Price, Robert Carter
The universe of the lone brain
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
Christian theology and the rise of Newtonian science—imposed law and the divine will
How God’s sovereign freedom undergirds the scientific enterprise.
by Dominic Statham
Carol Cleland’s case for historical science—part 1: devaluing experimental science
Is experimental science overrated?
by John K. Reed and Peter Klevberg
Missing? or misinterpreted?
by Ken Ham
Design: just a trick of the mind?
Life looks like it was designed. Is that impression nothing more than like seeing bunnies in clouds?
by Shaun Doyle
Is bias a bad thing?
Christians and atheists have presuppositions that affect how we interpret facts and evidence.
by Lita Sanders
Historical Science, Chaos Theory, and the sliding scale of trust
What can the famed character Ian Malcolm from Jurassic Park teach us about forensic investigations and historical science?
by Paul Price, Robert Carter
Disconnected from reality
Why the trend to move away from the solid truth of God’s Word to subjective moods and feelings?
by Grant Zippel