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What humans do but animals don’t
Six abilities of humans that make us different from animals, and are features of God and thus make us accountable to Him.
by David Christie and Russell Grigg
No monkey business here please, we’re the BBC!
The BBC are enthusiastic purveyors of evolution, so why sack their staff when they base their moral decisions on the BBC’s teaching?
by Gavin Cox
Unplanned: the story of an abortion worker turned pro-life activist
"Unplanned" gives the viewer a front-row seat to the horrors of abortion.
by Lita Sanders
The Christchurch mosque attacks: speaking Christ’s peace, truth and love
Speaking Christ’s peace, truth and love into a tragic massacre.
by Shaun Doyle
Eugenics is back
It is abhorrent that humans should decide which baby is allowed to live based on their ‘fitness’.
by Russell Grigg
Gene editing babies? A dangerous, pointless experiment
A Chinese physicist claims to have used gene editing techniques on twins that were born last month. What should we think?
by Lita Cosner, Robert Carter
Preserving God’s image in the face of death: Important lessons in remembering World War 1
Today marks the one hundredth anniversary of the end of World War 1. Even in the horror of war, important lessons can be learnt about the truth of Genesis.
by Philip Robinson
Nazi child euthanasia and Hans Asperger
A new study shows that Hans Asperger actively assisted the Nazi eugenics policies.
by Russell Grigg
Bioethicists obsessed with killing babies—why?
Explaining a worrying trend in bioethics.
by Lita Sanders
Sinners and saints regardless of race
The best and worst of humanity can be found in people of all races.
by Shaun Doyle
Monkeying around with cloning
New monkey clones made the same way as Dolly the sheep. What happened, what should we think of this, and how would it apply to humans?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Skin deep
I couldn’t help but note your shade of melanin.
by Jerry P. Moore