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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
The biblical roots of modern science
The Christian worldview began modern science. A straightforward understanding of Scripture advanced scientific methods still further. And belief in Adam’s Fall inspired scientists to try to reach his pre-Fall knowledge.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Darwin’s real message: have you missed it?
Darwin’s real message—have you missed it? Some evolutionists really do understand its materialistic implications.
by Carl Wieland
Faith and facts
When debating skeptics who insist that science is all about evidence, it’s important to show that their worldview is incoherent; it does not make rational sense of the world we live in.
by Don Batten
Evidence for young-earth creationism
How to build a case for biblical creation
by Shaun Doyle
Miracles and science
A reader questions the rationality of believing in miracles. However, the response points out that the argument commits a logical fallacy, and that sceptical attacks commit circular reasoning.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Using the Bible to prove the Bible?
Jesus’ words break the circle.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Why would a loving God send people to Hell?
Can God be loving and judge sin at the same time?
by Lita Sanders
The Importance of Evidence
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
by David Catchpoole
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
‘The dingo’s got my baby!’
Carl Wieland chats with Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton.
by Carl Wieland
The Haggard tragedy
When a vocal defender of the Bible’s authority, even one who attacks evolution, is morally disgraced in the public eye, what does that say about the link between evolution and morality?
by Carl Wieland