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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
A long-overdue review of A Civic Biology
A Civic Biology was the centerpiece of the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial. It is high time to review what was in that textbook.
by Robert W Carter
Redemptive history and evolution don’t mix
Theistic evolutionists
by Lita Sanders
Time: The Great Enabler
Evolution relies on deep time which in turn relies on naturalism but science tells us the earth is young and so evolution is false.
by Robert Carter
Is BibleProject Biblical?
While BibleProject has become increasingly popular recently, we believe that there are some concerns that need to be addressed. What some perceive as minor differences can have far-reaching implications.
by Chris Day
Deceitful religious education
Are big bang and evolution compatible with the Bible? Religious Education group RE Today say so, but their curriculum resource leads to confusion instead of clarity on key issues of faith.
by Gavin Cox & Lucien Tuinstra
The conflict between conservation and Darwinian natural selection
Laudable conservation efforts are predicated on the belief that nature shouldn’t change over time, but this doesn’t sit well with the prevalent evolutionary belief that nature does change over time.
by Andrew Sibley
The French Connection
Western belief in ‘deep time’ first appeared in 17th and 18th century France
by Andrew Sibley
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
Pop-culture Evolutionism
How do we stop the cycle of misinformation?
by Paul Price
Divine design denies evolution
To the unprejudiced, unexpectedly diverse instructions in fly embryos and recently discovered leg springs in flea beetles argue powerfully for Created design.
by Gavin Cox
Academia and the press as the bad guys
A review of Spectacle: The astonishing life of Ota Benga by Pamela Newkirk Amistad, New York, 2015.
by Jerry Bergman