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Countering evolution in the classroom
Advice to a student about how to respond to evolution and millions of years as taught in her high school biology class.
by Keaton Halley
Physicist’s ‘breakthrough’ on the origin of life: can thermodynamics of heat dissipation explain chemical evolution?
Some evolutionists are hailing this as a ‘breakthrough’ in explaining life originating from chemicals by itself, but the reality is quite different.
by Jonathan Sarfati and Carl Wieland
Atheism needs evolution
Far from the theory of evolution being derived from facts that speak for themselves, it is actually rooted in the philosophical concept of atheism.
by Calvin Smith
African invasion of the bodysnatchers
In the heyday of evolutionary racism, materialistic scientists saw dark-skinned people as mere specimens to be studied, and they engaged in the macabre trade of body parts from various countries.
by William Johnson
The whites of their eyes
Hollywood’s obsession with making apes appear as human as possible starts with the eyes.
by Warren Nunn
Why is theistic evolution so problematic?
Dialogue with a long-time theistic evolutionary objector to our material highlights the problems and dangers of theistic evolution.
by Carl Wieland
The Singapore Evolution Garden
Its exotic plants actually show evolution has not happened
by Tas Walker
‘Once upon a time’
‘Early Cambrian’ arthropod fossils showing ‘exceptionally preserved eyes’ with ‘modern optics’ should be an eye-opener for evolutionists—but they resort to ‘spin’ instead
by David Catchpoole
Is evolution true?
When the arguments used to support evolution are examined, how many actually pass muster?
by Don Batten
Broken images
What happened to the image of God in mankind after the Fall?
by Lita Sanders
No keeper’s brother
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview from the now-released December issue of Journal of Creation. Subscribers will be delighted by the powerful, stimulating content.
by Shaun Doyle
Creation in-depth: Haeckel’s embryos
Despite one historian’s attempt to rehabilitate Haeckel, it turns out his fraud was worse than originally thought.
by E. van Niekerk