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Was Noah’s Flood too destructive?
Could Noah’s Ark and creatures outside the Flood survived the conditions Noah’s Flood created?
by Shaun Doyle
Historical Science, Chaos Theory, and the sliding scale of trust
What can the famed character Ian Malcolm from Jurassic Park teach us about forensic investigations and historical science?
by Paul Price, Robert Carter
Designer DNA
Scientists learn to encode 3-D printed objects with instructions coded in DNA, enabling them to replicate the objects again and again.
by Gavin Cox
From the mouths of sceptics
“From the horse’s mouth”—one has to smile when evolutionary scientists unintentionally provide strong confirmation of the views of those ‘pesky’ creationists!
by Philip Bell
The Darwin Dictionary
A satirical guide to the creation vs evolution controversy—exposing fallacies in evolutionary thinking.
by Keaton Halley
Christian theology and the rise of Newtonian science—imposed law and the divine will
How God’s sovereign freedom undergirds the scientific enterprise.
by Dominic Statham
Senseless cynical censorship
A campaign organized by the British Humanist Association, of 46 leading scientists and organizations, is pressuring the Welsh Government to ban creation in Welsh schools
by Gavin Cox
Countering emotional attacks on creation
Those who oppose God often use emotional arguments. Are you ready to respond?
by Tas Walker
The water cycle
‘Modern’ science took thousands of years to confirm details about the earth’s water cycle that the Bible had already recorded.
by Ron Neller
The Unstoppable evolutionary juggernaut?
With the secular evolutionary agenda gaining such momentum, it may be tempting to think ‘it’s Game over’. But look behind the showiness and bravado, and the claims are empty.
by Philip Bell
Confronted by the Second Law of Thermodynamics
How one man’s encounter with creation evangelism caused him to re-think his understanding of the world and led him to faith in Jesus Christ.
by Warren Nunn
“This changes everything!”
Understanding that data don’t speak for themselves, but make sense only with the right interpretive framework.
by Jim Mason