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Does animal death glorify God?
Answering questions about the role of animal death in God’s creation, and what value God assigns to animal life.
by Lita Sanders
Cannibal deer!
Deer show us that nearly any animal could become a carnivore … under the right conditions.
by Paul Price
Poison-resistant tomcods and the meaning of ‘evolution’
A skeptic misunderstands what evolution is, and what is required to make it plausible.
by Carl Wieland
The Japanese Sparrowhawk
The hunter so well designed it perfectly fits into a specific habitat.
by Jillene Bailey
Jellyfish judgment
Evolutionary theory adjudges jellyfish to be ‘primitive’. But a right judgment of the evidence impels a very different conclusion.
by David Catchpoole
Humanism: neither healthy, nor humane
Chaplains are religious representatives operating in secular institutions. Since humanism is allegedly non-religious, is not a ‘humanist chaplain’ an oxymoron, revealing humanism’s blatant double standards?
by Gavin Cox
The tapir
‘Primitive’? A ‘hodge-podge of leftovers’? Or something else?
by David Catchpoole
Cows: a magnetic sign for evolutionists
Renowned evolutionist J.B.S. Haldane famously said that evolution could never produce mechanisms such as the wheel and magnet. He was right.
by David Catchpoole
Mirror spider “like a disco ball”
God’s amazing creation is full of never-ending surprises
by David Catchpoole
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
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
Desert creatures inspire ‘SandBot’
Even specialty vehicles such as dune buggies can end up hopelessly mired in sand. So designers of Martian robotic vehicles are looking to copy the ‘effortless’ all-terrain locomotion of earthly lizards.
by David Catchpoole