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Pre-Fall seafood
What fish ate before the Fall
by Keaton Halley
God’s webspinners give chemists free lessons
The production of man-made fibres that have bullet-stopping capabilities leaves behind dangerous chemicals and don’t match the wonders of a spiderweb.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The non-evolution of the horse
The amazing variety in these magnificent animals serves as a reminder that things do not make themselves.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Scallop’s amazing mirror eyes
Sneak peek of latest Creation magazine. Shellfish has tiny eyes structured like some advanced reflecting telescopes, but make two images.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Lasting impressions
A smelly creature leaves the senses reeling, but is another example of the Creator’s genius.
by Tom Hennigan
Does your brain make your decisions before you do?
Answering a feedback about how to interpret neuroscience experiments.
by Keaton Halley
Evangelism in the Ebola epidemic
A medical missionary talks about ministering with the Gospel in the midst of a deadly Ebola outbreak.
by Lita Sanders
The panda thumbs its nose at the dysteleological arguments of the atheist Stephen Jay Gould
Why one atheist’s arguments about pandas don’t stand up to scrutiny.
by John Woodmorappe
The Jurassic Coast—Icon for the Genesis Flood
How an icon of secular geology provides powerful evidence for Noah’s Flood.
by Michael Oard, John Matthews, Andrew Sibley
Did eyes evolve by Darwinian mechanisms?
Many kinds of eyes exist, but there is no progression of eye designs from simple to complex in the fossils. Even the simplest light-detecting cell requires enormously complicated coordinated biochemistry.
by Jerry Bergman
Braterman ‘slam dunk’ flunk
Retired anti-creationist professor gives grade ‘F’ advice to followers.
by Andrew Lamb
Consciousness: a problem for naturalism
Evolution does not explain human language or consciousness, which is a serious problem for naturalism and atheism.
by Daniel Tate