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Darwin, slavery, and abolition
Did Darwin’s abhorrence of slavery have anything to do with his theory of evolution?
by Russell Grigg
Missing the mark
How a missionary family gave rise to the top name in ‘apeman’ research!
by Russell Grigg
Are there apemen in your ancestry?
Apemen? There are, in fact, no such creatures.
by Russell Grigg
The Bible and interracial marriage
Interracial marriage. The hangovers of evolutionary racism can still be found in some church circles today
by Carl Wieland
Evolutionary racism
A revealing secular book documents the huge change in how other Australians regarded their country’s indigenous population after Darwin’s book appeared.
by Carl Wieland
Australopithecus sediba revisited
And still no missing link.
by Peter Line
Darwin’s ‘savages’
Darwin supported a missionary society for years—but why?
by Russell Grigg
Vintage Journal: Pre-Adamites and human fossils
Can the human fossil record, with its evidence of suffering, disease, sin and death, be dated before Adam?
by Marvin L. Lubenow
Not the Flintstones—it’s the Denisovans
A new people group has been discovered—how do they fit in the creationist worldview?
by Carl Wieland
World Creation stories
Everyone believes in a creation story of some sort, but which of the world’s creation stories have proven to be the most detrimental to a civil society?
by Calvin Smith
Made in the image of God
What does it mean that human beings are ‘made in the image of God’?
by Russell Grigg
‘Big Man’ and ‘Lucy’
Was the latest fossil find, ‘Big Man,’ a large australopith (an extinct primate like the famous Lucy)? If we ignore the dating, he might turn out to be a human.
by Peter Line