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Matti Leisola — bioengineer dumps Darwin, declares design
Matti Leisola, leading bioengineer, demonstrates in his book why he rejected Darwin in favor of design. Engaging, humorous and thoughtful—a must read from a world-class scientist.
by Gavin Cox
A history of the United Methodist Church’s opposition to creationism and intelligent design
A history of opposition to a literal understanding of Genesis
by Jerry Bergman
“Theology made reject creation”
A reader asks for help responding to someone who says, “It was theology, not science, that turned me off to creation.”
by Lita Sanders
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
The green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii find safety in numbers by design
How the green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii demonstrates multicellularity is a design feature.
by Matthew Cserhati
CMI is a youth-oriented ministry!
CMI is a ministry for youth, not just for technical specialists.
by Paul Price
Biblical creation gives us the answer to modern insanity
How does a biblical worldview help us to respond to climate change and LGBT arguments?
by Gary Bates, Lita Cosner
A long-overdue review of A Civic Biology
A Civic Biology was the centerpiece of the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial. It is high time to review what was in that textbook.
by Robert W 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
Scopes at 100
The 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial pitted evolution and creation against each other in the courtroom.
by Robert Carter
Destructive parasites: expressions of God’s creation?
Did God create destructive parasites?
by Warren Shipton
Biblical creation has the answers
Creation magazine can help us see how Scripture answers life’s most important questions.
by Jonathan Sarfati