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Life on Mars?
Life from Mars? Remember evolutionists’ claims about Antarctic meteorite 25 years ago? CMI’s original articles have stood the test of time. Now decisive confirmation by Mars rovers.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Elohim, Adam, and the divine relationship with humanity
Response to a question on the triune nature of God in the name Elohim, and the relationship between the Trinity, Adam, and humanity as a whole.
by Andrew Sibley
Mightiest, 'multi-million-year-old' millipede
A newly discovered fossil of Arthropleura, a giant millipede, provides good evidence of having been buried during Noah’s Flood.
by Gavin Cox
Speleothem growth
A question is asked about sceptics’ responses to creationists using speedy growth rates of speleothems under man-made structures to illustrate speedy natural cave formations
by Gavin Cox
The unexpected history of scientific naturalism
A review of Science Without God? by Peter Harrison and Jon H. Roberts (Eds.)
by Daniel Davidson
Understanding death
Answering the question, ‘Why does God allow bad things to happen?’ To whet your appetite, we hope you enjoy this sneak peek of an interview from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine.
by Gary Bates
‘The Wonder of Science’
If you’re looking for a book that covers a range of science subjects to counter evolutionary indoctrination, you need seek no further.
by Lucien Tuinstra
Can they all be wrong?
Evolution must be true because most scientists agree it is; but is that really the case?
by Carl Wieland
Countering indoctrination
Creation magazine is a powerful tool
by Don Batten
Why I’m finally a young-earth creationist
CMI’s Dr Jim Mason responds to Dr Luke Barnes’ Premier Christianity magazine article, “Why I’m no longer a young-earth creationist”
by Jim Mason
The Genesis genealogies
The Genesis genealogies are both a historical account, which can be used to calculate the age of world, and a key aspect of the fulfillment of the Messianic promise.
by James (Jim) R. Hughes
Christian critic calls young-earth creationism “laughable and dangerous”
Response to a correspondent who takes issue with Genesis as literal history.
by Keaton Halley