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A book about human errors that don’t exist
A book about human errors that don’t exist.
by Jerry Bergman
Termites—to the glory of God!
How termites reflect the glory of their Creator.
by Don Batten
Shrews eating peppers
Another example of a natural selection favouring an information-losing mutation, which is the opposite to that required for goo-to-you evolution.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Salad-eating sharks
Bonnethead sharks have short ‘carnivorous ancestry’ intestines, yet their stomachs have been found to contain up to 62% seagrass
by David Catchpoole
Food scare leads to design discovery
by Don Batten
Nature’s creatures do ‘impossible’ things
Water striders are strides ahead of robotics engineers, and fleas have the jump on them, too
by David Catchpoole
Dread of man: part 1—hermeneutics, cultural evolution, and biblical history
Was the ‘fear and dread’ of man in the animals after Noah’s Flood something new God specially brought about?
by Philip Bell
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
Birdsong isn’t for ‘birdbrains’
Groups of plain-tailed wrens can sing a 4-part avian chorus with ease.
by David Catchpoole
Walk like a skate?
Are the ‘walking’ actions of skates an evolutionary step between swimming and walking on land?
by Philip Bell
Is the RubisCO enzyme an ineffective leftover of evolution?
Some evolutionists claim that the RubisCO enzyme is an evolutionary leftover, but when we look at the details it is obviously a design element!
by Matthew Cserhati