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Puzzling over evolution of language
The ‘great apes’ are not-so-great at providing clues as to our origins
by David Catchpoole
The majestic gorilla
These clever, ingeniously-designed creatures point to the Creator.
by Lita Cosner and Robert Carter
Orang-outang or Homo sylvestris: ape-men before Darwin
Did people believe in apemen before Darwin?
by Andrew Sibley
New cranium, same old evolutionary ambiguities
New find suggests that several australopithecine species may just be variations of the same kind. Evolutionists are now unsure how to reconstruct the supposed human evolutionary tree. 
by Peter Line
Hyped ‘hominin’ headlines
Australopiths are in the news again.
by Peter Line
Lucy’s baboon backbone
Human error shows scientists are just as prone to making mistakes as anyone else
by Keaton Halley
Did humans evolve from apes?
This commonly asked question has wider implications when the origin of life is considered.
by Don Batten and Warren Nunn
Could humans have evolved from an ape-like creature through slow and gradual mutations?
Genetics: Death knell for ape-human evolution?
by Joel Tay
Image of God or image of an ape?
Scientists exhibiting at London’s Natural History Museum are unable to identify an evolutionary progression from apes to men.
by Dominic Statham
Why did God make humans and chimps so similar?
Might it actually be evidence for design?
by Shaun Doyle
Making sense of ‘apeman’ claims
How do we explain ‘apeman’ fossils from a biblical perspective?
by Carl Wieland
More evidence Australopithecus was an extinct ape
Despite mounting evidence that the bones of a claimed human ancestor are in fact an extinct ape, evolutionists won’t give up on a prized ‘missing link’.
by Michael J. Oard