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Comparing chromosomes and genomes
Towards a better understanding of the types of genomic changes that have occurred throughout history in the creation model
by Jean K Lightner
Creationist modelling of the origins of Canis lupus familiaris—ancestry, timing, and biogeography
When and how did dogs diversify after Noah’s Flood?
by Cody J. Guitard
Elephant Genome Project: evolutionary theory re-written
The Elephant Genome Project reveals a new elephant species alive today, and rewrites the previously held evolutionary tree for elephants. Research findings fit nicely with the Biblical account.
by Joel Tay
The surprising ‘belwhal’
DNA reveals beluga-narwhal hybrid
by Phil Robinson
Unmasking natural selection
A review of ‘40 Years of Evolution: Darwin’s finches on Daphne Major Island’ by Peter and Rosemary Grant.
by Jean K. Lightner
Kiwi conservation conundrum
Does evolution hinder conservation efforts for the kiwi?
by Mark James
Does Leviticus 19:19 prohibit the cross-breeding of horses and donkeys?
Does Leviticus 19:19 prohibit the cross-breeding of horses and donkeys?
by Joel Tay
Hybridization shaking up the evolutionary Tree of Life—what does it mean for creationists?
Hybridization occurs in the wild more than evolutionists thought. What does this mean for biblical creation?
by Jean K. Lightner
How do we account for so many species of beetles if Noah’s Flood was only 4,500 years ago?
How do we account for so many species of beetles if Noah’s Flood was only 4,500 years ago?
by Joel Tay
Species were designed to change, part 3
Not only can species change over time, but they can merge and split as well. This can be described with the ‘braided baramin’ concept.
by Robert Carter
The ostrich—a reminder of creation and the Fall
A reminder of creation and the Fall
by Michael Eggleton
Species were designed to change, part 2
Where do species come from? How much change is allowed? If species change, what separates creation from evolution?
by Robert Carter