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The human body—God’s masterpiece
A simple overview of something we often take for granted—our own body—reveals a profound and awesome work.
by Joseph Paturi
Defining terms
‘Natural selection’ and ‘evolution’ can mean different things to different people. A leading evolutionist who tried to fix the problem has been largely ignored—unfortunately.
by David Catchpoole
Naming the animals: all in a day’s work for Adam
Adam, the world’s first zoologist, did the world’s first animal classification.
by Russell Grigg
A vase of flowers—by special arrangement!
Flower folly: A vase of flowers shows the foolishness of believing nature-is-all-there-is.
by Don Batten
The fish with ‘four eyes’ (Anableps)
The best explanation for Anableps is that it was created on Day 5 of Creation Week.
by Russell Grigg
The opossum’s tale
The opossum of the Americas confounds ‘just-so’ stories to explain Australia’s weird mammals.
by Lael Weinberger
Introduction to ID, warts and all
A review of A Biblical Point of View on Intelligent Design by Kerby Anderson
by Emmett L. Williams
Karyotypic and allelic diversity within the canid baramin (Canidae)
The genetic diversity within dogs is greater than natural selection and random mutation would allow. Did God design genetic mechanisms to create diversity within biblical kinds?
by Jean K. Lightner
The Best Genetic Computer Program in the World
Scientists begin to unravel the splicing code
by Rob Carter
The alleged ‘backwardly wired’ retina versus Dawkins
Dawkins’ latest book The Greatest Show on Earth purports to provide the proof of evolution. A new discovery further vindicates our refutation, The Greatest Hoax on Earth?
by Jonathan Sarfati
What! … no potatoes?
Governments are recognising the need to preserve the ‘wild’ varieties of our food plants, with their rich stores of information. Plant scientist Dr Don Batten explains how this highlights the fallacy of evolution.
by Don Batten
Parrot of the night—NZ’s kakapo
The male kakapo’s amorous ‘booming’ can be heard kilometres away. But perhaps not for much longer, as the world’s heaviest parrot is an endangered species.
by Adrian Bates