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The age of the earth—and why it matters
Why billions of years is an even bigger issue than evolution.
by Gary Bates
Paleozoic Corals and Lunar Recession
The growth rings in Paleozoic corals are often used to support the idea that the earth is very old, but the argument was flawed from the beginning.
by Robert Carter
Top five questions posed by evolutionists answered!
Evolution’s top five arguments better support biblical creation – there is hope for college students.
by Matthew Cserhati
10 answers from biblical creationists: Part 1
Clergyman and geologist Michael Roberts has thrown down the gauntlet to creationists with 10 provocative, and supposedly unanswerable questions about their ‘young Earth’ belief! (Part 1 of our answer).
by Gavin Cox, Lucien Tuinstra
Creation in-depth: ‘Ancient’ coral growth layers
Do ‘ancient’ corals show that days were shorter than now?
by Dr Robert Carter
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
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
Plenty of time
For oil reserves, for distant starlight to reach the earth, and for God (who created time)
by Jonathan Sarfati and David Catchpoole
Ganymede: the surprisingly magnetic moon
Why were scientists surprised and why it means it is young.
by Wayne Spencer
Where have all the people gone?
There are nowhere near enough people if we have been here for a long time.
by Silvio Famularo
All at once
A new discovery highlights the puzzle for evolutionary researchers as to why civilizations and languages seem to have arisen suddenly and simultaneously across the world. If only they considered Genesis …
by Carl Wieland
Age of the earth
Data from many different sources point to a young age for the cosmos; not billions of years.
by Don Batten