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A new cancer treatment thanks to Darwin?
It actually speaks against Darwinism!
by Don Batten
One-sided discussion of theistic evolution
One-sided discussion of theistic evolution.
by Lita Sanders
Having your cake, and eating it
Evolution is often claimed to explain something and its opposite, so it certainly should not be called science, rather an unfalsifiable ideology!
by Lucien Tuinstra
From the mouths of sceptics
“From the horse’s mouth”—one has to smile when evolutionary scientists unintentionally provide strong confirmation of the views of those ‘pesky’ creationists!
by Philip Bell
Unmasking natural selection
A review of ‘40 Years of Evolution: Darwin’s finches on Daphne Major Island’ by Peter and Rosemary Grant.
by Jean K. Lightner
Peacock ‘eyes’ that hypnotize
When the peacock vibrates its colourful fan of tail feathers, the ‘eyespots’ behave differently from the rest of the feathery background, leaving the peahen mesmerized.
by David Catchpoole
Hybridization shaking up the evolutionary Tree of Life—what does it mean for creationists?
Hybridization occurs in the wild more than evolutionists thought. What does this mean for biblical creation?
by Jean K. Lightner
Neutral Model, genetic drift and the Third Way—a synopsis of the self-inflicted demise of the evolutionary paradigm
Neo-Darwinism, Neutral evolution, and the 'Extended Evolutionary Synthesis' cannot avoid the multilayered complexity of the genome and cell.
by Jeffrey P Tomkins and Jerry Bergman
Evolutionists disagree on how evolution happens
There is more than one view among evolutionary researchers on how new biological structures arise.
by Shaun Doyle
Creation in independent schools
Under the guise of protecting school pupils against indoctrination, hypocritical moves are afoot to propagate scientific materialism.
by Dominic Statham
Two trees, one root: the link between evolutionism and Eastern spirituality
How two philosophies both lead people away from God.
by Tricia Wright
Developmental genetics supports creation theory
Evolutionists try to define homology by how it is explained, not by how it is observed.
by Walter ReMine