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Den of ape-men or chambers of the sickly?
How do we interpret the latest Homo naledi findings with their associated ‘ape-man’ connotations and claims?
by Peter Line
Evolution vs human behaviour
If evolution is true, why are many human behaviours anti-evolutionary?
by Mark James
Could humans have evolved from an ape-like creature through slow and gradual mutations?
Genetics: Death knell for ape-human evolution?
by Joel Tay
What to make of Homo naledi?
Homo naledi is another case of selective interpretation of the evidence to ‘prove’ evolution of man from apelike ancestors.
by Marc Ambler
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
Our brains are getting bigger—no, smaller …
Evolutionists who linked human brain size to intelligence have had to change their story.
by Carl Wieland
Human/chimp genome shock
Chimps and humans have similar genomes, right? Wrong! Just look at the Y chromosome.
by David Catchpoole
Missing the mark
How a missionary family gave rise to the top name in ‘apeman’ research!
by Russell Grigg
Human evolution: oh so clear?
The existence of radically different evolutionary scenarios of human origins shows that human evolution is no ‘fact’ but an exercise in storytelling.
by Don Batten
No more love for Lucy?
For decades, ‘Lucy’ has been anthropology’s favourite ‘pin-up’ example of evolutionary transition from apes to humans. But she’s just been ignominiously dumped.
by Daniel Anderson
The ‘Lucy Child’ More good news for creationists
This fossil type is widely touted as our ancestor. The discovery of an extremely well-preserved specimen focuses attention on the evidence that things are not what evolutionists would have hoped.
by Carl Wieland
Fossil evidence for alleged apemen—Part 2: non-Homo hominids
Peter Line reviews the status of the varied fossils not labelled as ‘Homo’ that evolutionists interpret as our ancestors. He shows that their story does not stack up.
by Peter Line