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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
Evidences for a young earth and universe
‘Billions of years’ is accepted without question but there is lots of evidence that the earth and universe are much, much younger.
by Don Batten
Apparent age vs functional maturity
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 Skeptics and their ‘Churchian’ Allies
The Skeptics and their ‘Churchian’ Allies
by Jonathan Sarfati
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
Strategy of the Devil
by Russell Grigg
Reincarnation vs Creation
How should Christians respond to the growing popularity of Buddhism and the associated idea of reincarnation?
by Steve Cioccolanti
The “God spot”
Scientists say that a certain spot in the brain produces religious feeling; does that mean it’s all in our heads?
by Lita Sanders
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