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Do we have enough evidence to trust the Bible?
A lawyer gives his perspective on the Bible’s credibility as eyewitness testimony.
by Cortney Alexander
Faith and facts
When debating skeptics who insist that science is all about evidence, it’s important to show that their worldview is incoherent; it does not make rational sense of the world we live in.
by Don Batten
Creationist contributions to science
Biblical creationists founded modern science and continue to contribute substantially, contrary to hype from those with an anti-God agenda.
by Don Batten
Can they all be wrong?
Evolution must be true because most scientists agree it is; but is that really the case?
by Carl Wieland
Creation in-depth: ‘Ancient’ coral growth layers
Do ‘ancient’ corals show that days were shorter than now?
by Dr Robert Carter
What distinguishes origins and operational science?
What’s the difference?
by Lita Sanders
Modern science in creationist thinking
As biblical creationists, can we know what God did when he created this vast universe?
by John Hartnett
The lost squadron
WWII fighter planes abandoned on a Greenland glacier were found 50 years later, already under 75 metres of ice.
by Carl Wieland
Reading the Bible and understanding nature
A review of The Bible, Protestantism, and the Rise of Natural Science by Peter Harrison
by Lael Weinberger
Corals, genes and creation
Geneticist and coral expert Dr Robert Carter explains coral design, Neandertals and mitochondrial DNA evidence for Noah’s three daughters-in-law.
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
Why does science work at all?
The Bible provides all the necessary assumptions, but atheistic evolution can’t.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Ganymede: the surprisingly magnetic moon
Why were scientists surprised and why it means it is young.
by Wayne Spencer