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William Pengelly’s Brixham cave excavations, and belief in the antiquity of man
William Pengelly’s 19th century cave excavations in Brixham, southwest England, encouraged support of the erroneous belief in the antiquity of mankind beyond the biblical timeframe.
by Andrew Sibley
Love is more than skin deep
Mr and Mrs Unoarumhi are dark-skinned Africans, but their biological children are fair-skinned—How come?
by Carl Wieland and Don Batten
“The Bible is not a science book!”
Compromise undermines the Gospel
by Gary Bates
What type of body did Jesus have before the Incarnation?
What type of body did Jesus have before the Incarnation? This Feedback question is answered with reference to John’s Gospel and the union of Christ’s divine and human natures.
by Andrew Sibley
And the oldest feather belongs to … a bird
Does the oldest feather fossil found belong to a bird or a dinosaur?
by Philip Robinson
A family tree for all humanity?
A unified genealogy of modern and ancient humans incorrectly points to northeast African as the ancestral homeland. The results are entirely based on the evolutionary assumptions behind the model.
by Robert W. Carter
The central role of Darwinism in the Holocaust
How the German academic culture contributed to the genocide of European Jews during World War II
by Jerry Bergman
Our brains are getting bigger—no, smaller …
Evolutionists who linked human brain size to intelligence have had to change their story.
by Carl Wieland
Evidence for human evolution?
Isn’t it simply nonsensical to gainsay the large amount of scientific evidence for evolutionary anthropology?
by Philip Bell
Photographing God’s creation
Wilderness adventurer and photographer Bill Boehm tells how nature reveals its creator
by Ron Neller
Over-engineering in nature: an evolutionary conundrum
Natural selection can only select for the attributes an organism needs to survive, so how is it that creatures are endowed with a whole lot more than necessary?
by David Catchpoole
Smaller fish to fry
Dramatic reductions in fish size disappoint anglers and surprise many evolutionists
by David Catchpoole