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Inside the mind of a killer
The Finnish high school tragedy once again shows that ideas have consequences.
by David Catchpoole
Do monkeys play football?
Football’s governing bodies are trying to stop racist taunts from spectators. But do they understand the problem?
by David Catchpoole
Biblical worldview project for parents and grandparents
A meaningful way to pass on the biblical worldview.
by Winston Broad
Darwinism’s influence on modern racists and white supremacist groups: the case of David Duke
The extensive writings of David Duke, head of the largest white supremacist organization in the world, show the strong influence of evolutionary notions in his racist views.
by Jerry Bergman
The Darwinian roots of the Nazi tree (Weikart review)
Review of From Darwin to Hitler by Weikart.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The people that forgot time (and much else, too)
A hunter-gatherer tribe thought to have “descended unchanged from the Stone Age” has recently been DNA-tested—with “astonishing” results.
by David Catchpoole
Darwinism and the Nazi race holocaust
Darwinism and the Nazi race Holocaust
by Jerry Bergman
The Bible vs slavery and apartheid
Atheopaths love to blame slavery and apartheid on the Bible. Rather, slavery was a worldwide evil finally abolished by biblical Christians, and apartheid’s architect had a strong evolutionary philosophy.
by Jonathan Sarfati
President Obama okays funding embryonic stem cell research (but removes adult stem cell funding)
President Obama now forces taxpayers to fund embryonic stem cell research, but will this save lives or take them? And he rescinded funding for proven life-saving somatic stem cell research
by Lita Sanders
Darwin and eugenics
Many evolutionists claim that ‘Social Darwinism’ is a distortion of Darwin’s teaching. Yet he clearly held to many social Darwinist views, and his cousin and son promoted eugenics.
by Bill Muehlenberg
The trial and death of Adolf Eichmann
Eichmann’s evolutionary worldview provided the rationale for his participation in the Nazi Holocaust, with no regrets.
by Russell Grigg
Eugenics … death of the defenceless
Eugenics … death of the defenceless. The legacy of Darwin’s cousin Galton
by Russell Grigg