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The origin of human consciousness
We humans may think our self-awareness marks us out as special but atheists insist it’s merely an illusion brought about by our brain chemistry. Why, then, do cognitive scientists, psychologists and philosophers fail to explain consciousness?
by Dominic Statham
Lucy’s baboon backbone
Human error shows scientists are just as prone to making mistakes as anyone else
by Keaton Halley
Consciousness is not an emergent property of matter
Taking apart the argument that says consciousness, rather than being a product of the supernatural soul, emerges from the complex physical structure of our brains
by Paul Price
David Attenborough: Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life
David Attenborough fails in his attempt to refute the Genesis account of creation with his account of the Darwinian tree of life.
by Russell Grigg
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
Two trees, one root: the link between evolutionism and Eastern spirituality
How two philosophies both lead people away from God.
by Tricia Wright
BioLogos misreads Jesus on the age of the earth
Theistic evolutionists at BioLogos make a vain attempt to sidestep Jesus’ teaching on the age of the earth.
by Keaton Halley
Skin deep
I couldn’t help but note your shade of melanin.
by Jerry P. Moore
Did eyes evolve by Darwinian mechanisms?
Many kinds of eyes exist, but there is no progression of eye designs from simple to complex in the fossils. Even the simplest light-detecting cell requires enormously complicated coordinated biochemistry.
by Jerry Bergman
Consciousness: a problem for naturalism
Evolution does not explain human language or consciousness, which is a serious problem for naturalism and atheism.
by Daniel Tate
Cretan footprints stomp on human evolution
The results of an investigation into human footprints has brought conclusions that are out of step with evolutionary orthodoxy.
by Warren Nunn
Dino-bird theory—a flight of fancy
The controversial theory with a long history of competing concepts that is no closer to being resolved than it was in Darwin’s day.
by Jerry Bergman and Philip Snow