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Providing hope during a pandemic
Genesis 1-3 provides the explanation for the origin of death, suffering, and evil in God’s perfect creation. Evolution-believing theologians dismiss this, robbing Christians of hope.
by Gavin Cox
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
Where have all the big fish gone?
If you’re a fisherman who reckons that fish are now smaller, and there are fewer of them around, you’re very likely right.
by David Catchpoole
A successful decade for Mendel’s Accountant
Creationists have written the most sophisticated evolutionary modelling program to date. Mendel’s Accountant is the final nail in neo-Darwinian neutral theory coffin.
by Robert Carter
AI and the secular vision to redefine life itself
Is human life getting an update? Will artificial intelligence evolve us to the next level? Removing our five senses seems more of a downgrade.
by Lucien Tuinstra
A history of the United Methodist Church’s opposition to creationism and intelligent design
A history of opposition to a literal understanding of Genesis
by Jerry Bergman
Darwin’s Point
Is a tiny lump on the rim of some human ears evidence for evolution?
by Jerry Bergman
Tibetan snow lotus
Is the Tibetan snow lotus evolving to elude detection?
by David Catchpoole
Exploring the ‘Evidence for Evolution’ … in 1970
How has the alleged evidence for evolution changed in the past 50 years? How has it stayed the same?
by Paul Price
Pigeons don’t fancy Darwin
Pigeon fanciers’ fancy pigeons fuelled Darwin’s flights of fancy
by David Catchpoole
Phytogeography and zoogeography—rafting vs continental drift
Was it by rafting or continental drift?
by Dominic Statham
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