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The bamboozling panda
China’s peaceful and solitary mountain dwellers—a puzzlement to evolution; a friendly reminder of Creation.
by David Catchpoole
Biology exam fraud
Fraudulent embryo drawings (a la Ernst Haeckel) said to provide evidence for evolution.
by Rocky Smart
Jellyfish judgment
Evolutionary theory adjudges jellyfish to be ‘primitive’. But a right judgment of the evidence impels a very different conclusion.
by David Catchpoole
Wings on the wind
How do migrating birds know exactly when, and where, to go?
by David Catchpoole
Are we allowed to eat all animals today?
Are Christians bound by Mosaic (or Edenic) food laws today?
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
Spiderweb stickiness secret
How spiderweb glue works: multi-functional adhesive—a ‘smart material’.
by Jonathan Sarfati
What does min mean?
How closely does the Hebrew word min (‘kind’) match the modern creationist usage of the term ‘baramin’ (‘created kind’)?
by Pete J Williams
Do animals possess morality?
Do humans only differ in degree from animals?
by Lita Sanders
Large sparrow-finch monobaramin in perching birds
Hybrid data suggests a large sparrow-finch baramin that includes over 1,000 modern species!
by Jean K Lightner
Plants and animals around the world
Why are they found where they are?
by Dominic Statham
Badly designed arguments—‘vestigial organs’ revisited
The argument from ‘vestigial organs’ has been refuted many times by creationists, but some evolutionists still think it is a good argument against creation.
by Lita Sanders
Living fossils and ‘junk DNA’
Why do ‘living fossils’ and functions in ‘junk DNA’ present problems for evolution?
by Don Batten, Lita Cosner