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Is evolution pseudoscience?
Evolutionists’ own criteria for identifying a ‘pseudoscience’ show that evolution itself is a pseudoscience.
by Mark Johansen
The Tower of Babel account affirmed by linguistics
How the account in Genesis 11 accurately records the origin of different languages.
by K. J. Duursma
Peacock poppycock?
Darwin’s attempt to explain how the peacock’s tail evolved is being sharply criticized—by evolutionists.
by David Catchpoole
Two-tone twins
Twins with different skin tones disprove evolutionary ideas of ‘race’ and support the Bible’s record of human history.
Speech, music—and Neandertals
Humans turn out to have a remarkable ability that is not needed for survival. But it is useful in praising the Creator …
by Carl Wieland
Submarines with fish fins?
Engineers want their underwater survey vehicles to be able to do what fish can do.
by David Catchpoole
Is the evolutionary tree turning into a creationist orchard?
Genome sequences of microorganisms create problems for the evolutionary tree but support the biblical ‘kind’ concept.
by Pierre Jerlström
No more love for Lucy?
For decades, ‘Lucy’ has been anthropology’s favourite ‘pin-up’ example of evolutionary transition from apes to humans. But she’s just been ignominiously dumped.
by Daniel Anderson
Evolutionary Stasis
Are scientists guilty of using language that serves to distort or disguise the facts?
by Philip Bell
The ‘Lucy Child’ More good news for creationists
This fossil type is widely touted as our ancestor. The discovery of an extremely well-preserved specimen focuses attention on the evidence that things are not what evolutionists would have hoped.
by Carl Wieland
The Axolotl
The axolotl lives in water but has legs to walk on the bottom. Some evolutionists think this is a perfect ‘missing link’, but the facts give a quite different picture.
by Jeffrey Dykes
Fossil evidence for alleged apemen—Part 2: non-Homo hominids
Peter Line reviews the status of the varied fossils not labelled as ‘Homo’ that evolutionists interpret as our ancestors. He shows that their story does not stack up.
by Peter Line