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The frightful level of thought control in American academia
A review of Free to Think: Why Scientific Integrity Matters by Dr Caroline Crocker.
by John Woodmorappe
Are look-alikes related?
What else could explain look-alikes?
by Don Batten
Encyclopedic ‘truth’ … or worldly wisdom?
Encyclopedias have been regarded by many as being reliable ‘fonts of knowledge’. But when it comes to evolution, can you trust them?
by David Catchpoole
Biology exam fraud
Fraudulent embryo drawings (a la Ernst Haeckel) said to provide evidence for evolution.
by Rocky Smart
Is there a future for Christian education?
Religious discrimination is rampant against creationists: the Texas Higher Education Coordination Board’s decision to deny the ICR Graduate School the right to grant accredited advanced degrees is one example.
by Chris Ashcraft
Jesus teaching the ‘big picture’ from Genesis
Today’s evolutionized society needs Gospel preaching based on Genesis.
by Gary Bates, Russell Grigg
School assignments and creation account ‘contradictions’
Advice on how to structure an assignment on creation/evolution
by Lita Cosner, Adrian Bates
Veteran creation biologist Dr Wayne Frair
discusses his experiences as a creationist student in zoology departments of several universities
by Wayne Frair
Creation taught in school religion classes
Evolutionists aghast that Scripture teachers say the Christian faith is true
by Russell Grigg
Is Intelligence allowed?
As Ben Stein’s Expelled documentary film premieres in London, academics once again debate Design.
by Dominic Statham
A Civic Biology and eugenics
How did the school text book that was the subject of the Scopes trial impact eugenics—the ‘scientific’ breeding of human beings?
by Grant Williams
Evangelical Christian leaders promote evolution
Lecturers from Christian training institutions reject plain reading of Genesis.
by Adrian Bates