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Coelacanth: The transitional fossil that wasn’t
The transitional fossil that wasn’t
by Jerry Bergman
Furry little humans?
Dedicated research shows that evolutionary ideas about the ‘people-like’ nature of apes and monkeys are largely fantasy.
by Carl Wieland
Neanderthals could hear like modern man
More evidence that Neanderthals were descended from Adam.
by Michael Oard
The palmar grasp reflex is neither useless nor evidence of an ape past
Is the palmar grasp reflex a vestigial remnant of evolution?
by Jerry Bergman
Altogether—Unbelievable! Part 2
Richard Dawkins and Francis Collins discuss design arguments for God’s existence; whether God would use evolution; the origins of altruism, morality, and concepts of beauty.
by Gavin Cox
Altogether—Unbelievable! Part 1
In a Christian radio interview, Richard Dawkins has the upper-hand in pointing out the inconsistencies of God using evolution to create, whereas Francis Collins fudges on faith.
by Gavin Cox
The deep and undeniable Darwinian roots of Nazi eugenics
A review of Darwinian Eugenics and the Holocaust by Jerry Bergman.
by John Woodmorappe
Neanderthals becoming more modern with time
Archaeology confirms that Neanderthal Man had numerous abilities that are attributed to modern man.
by Michael J. Oard
The waiting time problem
Can mutations change an organism fast enough even over ‘evolutionary’ time?
by Don Batten
Neandertals weren’t ‘cave men’
Neandertals’ most famous homes were caves, but that’s not where they lived all the time.
by Lita Sanders
Asteroid evidence for life on earth coming from outer space?
Japanese aerospace exploration agency has recently found amino acids in the second ever returning sample from an asteroid. Does this prove that life on earth was seeded from outer space?
by Scot Devlin
William Pengelly’s Brixham cave excavations, and belief in the antiquity of man
William Pengelly’s 19th century cave excavations in Brixham, southwest England, encouraged support of the erroneous belief in the antiquity of mankind beyond the biblical timeframe.
by Andrew Sibley