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Evolution vs human behaviour
If evolution is true, why are many human behaviours anti-evolutionary?
by Mark James
Trappist planets not in habitable zone
Three of the seven planets orbiting Trappist-1, are said by NASA to be in the habitable zone; however, research shows that neither life nor even water have been found there.
by Russell Grigg
Ultracool Trappist-1 and its seven planets
The discovery of seven planets orbiting Trappist-1, with three in the habitable zone, has given rise to claims of habitability. However, neither life nor even water have been found there.
by Russell Grigg
Wishful thinking about nature’s abilities
Many believers in nature’s capacity for evolutionary innovation think the sky’s the limit—yet their allegedly ‘naturalistic science’ writings betray a faith in the abilities of ‘Nature’ that borders on paganism.
by Philip Bell
Feathered forerunner or flight of fancy?
Have evolutionists finally found proof that dinosaurs had feathers? If so, what does it mean?
by Calvin Smith
Now you see it, now you don’t!
Some evolutionists insist they observe evolution happening all around us while others say it happens too slowly to be able to observe. How can it be both?
by Calvin Smith
The scientific case against evolution
How do evolutionists construct their scientific case for evolution? How can the creationist respond in scientific terms?
by Shaun Doyle
Responding to theistic evolution
Theistic evolution denies the doctrine of marriage, union with Christ and the need for a redeemer
by Joel Tay
Polypterus: Teaching a fish to walk?
Novelty fish are an aquarist’s treat and research into bichirs ‘walking’ is now claimed to support the sea-land evolutionary transition by man’s fishy ancestors.
by Philip Bell
Sorry, how many feathers did you find?
Tongtianlong limosus—More feathered-dinosaur story telling that doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.
by Phil Robinson
The fish in the bathtub
Evolutionists have faith that a fish can evolve from water in a bathtub, given a billion years.
by Royal Truman
Darwin’s corrosive influence on literature and society as a whole
A confronting look at the impact of God-hating, influential writers.
by Jerry Bergman