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Evolutionary legal theories
The impact of Darwinism on Western conceptions of law
by Augusto Zimmermann
Is the famous fish-fossil finished?
Tiktaalik, the transitional star, faces an evolutionary dead-end
by Tas Walker
Australopithecus sediba revisited
And still no missing link.
by Peter Line
15 Questions for Evolutionists
The teaching of biological evolution in science classes amounts to the teaching of a materialistic religion based on arguments that lack scientific merit.
by Don Batten
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
Refuting Richard Dawkins on evolution
A powerful book (by the author of the world’s topselling creationist book, Refuting Evolution) picks up the gauntlet thrown down by the world’s most prominent anti-Christian.
by Carl Wieland
Darwin’s ‘savages’
Darwin supported a missionary society for years—but why?
by Russell Grigg
Marxism, law and evolution: Marxist law in both theory and practice
Marxism is still influencing contemporary legal thinkers, but what sort of society will law without God lead to?
by Augusto Zimmermann
Racism—a consequence of evolution?
An icon of evolution is grimly representative of evolution’s role in inspiring racism.
by Lita Cosner, Gary Bates
Vintage Journal: Pre-Adamites and human fossils
Can the human fossil record, with its evidence of suffering, disease, sin and death, be dated before Adam?
by Marvin L. Lubenow
Ernst Haeckel: a hostile witness to the truth of the Bible
An interesting piece of history shows us that the science based on a biblical worldview has been quite accurate in comparison to our modern knowledge.
by E van Niekerk
Not the Flintstones—it’s the Denisovans
A new people group has been discovered—how do they fit in the creationist worldview?
by Carl Wieland