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William Lane Craig’s intellectually dishonest attack on biblical creationists
The teaching that God created everything ‘very good’ sharply contradicts billions-of-years dogma.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Tsunami tragedy
The tragic devastation wreaked by the Boxing Day, 2004 tsunami is a sober reminder of the awesome power of God’s judgment in the Flood of Noah.
by By Tas Walker
Monkey madness
It wasn’t exactly a Shakespearean response that researchers got when they put a keyboard and computer screen in the local zoo’s monkey enclosure!
by David Catchpoole
Dealing with doubt
There are good ways back to faith if believers sometimes experience doubt in their Christian walk.
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
Creation evangelism
The ‘big picture’ in which the Gospel makes sense.
by Carl Wieland
Who is being divisive about creation?
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview from the now-released December issue of Journal of Creation. Subscribers will be delighted by the powerful, stimulating content.
by Lita Sanders
Adam and Noah: two beginnings
The parallels between Creation Week and Noah’s Flood underline the worldwide nature of the Flood.
by Don Batten
Claim Robert Ballard discovered Noah’s Flood in the Black Sea is not correct
Robert Ballard discovered the Titanic but not Noah’s Flood.
by Tas Walker
Perils of Theistic Evolution
The case against theistic evolution must not be silenced by claims that creationism brings the gospel into disrepute—on the contrary, the stakes are high and this is no time for surrender!
by Philip Bell
The ‘bird of prey’ that’s not
This fierce looking bird, with its sharp, hooked beak, and vicious ‘raptor’ talons, looks ‘obviously’ designed for tearing and devouring flesh—but it normally nibbles nuts.
by David Catchpoole
Piranha
Piranhas are renowned for tearing the flesh off live animals that venture into South American rivers. But has their fearsome reputation been greatly exaggerated?
by David Catchpoole