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Life: Designed to not evolve
Does evolution program life to stop evolving or is life designed to adapt within clear limits?
by Bruce Lawrence
The barrier has been breached!
The body cells do not contribute DNA to the next generation. Only reproductive cells do. This is called the Weismann barrier, an important concept for the development of evolutionary thought. It is no longer true.
by Robert Carter
Designed to adapt?
Despite evidence to the contrary, evolutionists continue to offer up random mutations as an explanation of how life developed.
by Judah Etinger
Evolutionary dilemma
Discoveries of such things as gene regulatory networks and epigenetics are creating a crisis for evolutionists
by Don Batten
Epigenetics—an epic challenge to evolution
Research indicates that many outward characteristics of organisms may be the result of ‘switching on’ of existing genes in response to the environment.
by Marc Ambler
Egyptian chronology and the Bible—framing the issues
Egyptian history intertwines with Old Testament events, but it can be confusing to try to harmonize the two. Gary Bates introduces some of the issues for laypeople.
by Gary Bates
Mutations, epigenetics and the question of information
Addressing some common misconceptions about creationist biology.
by Jean Lightner, Don Batten
Darwin’s Lamarckism vindicated?
Darwin later rejected pure ‘Darwinism’ for Larmarckism and now discoveries in epigenetics suggest that inheritance of acquired characteristics does occur.
by Robert W Carter
The genetic puppeteer
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of an article from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
by David White
Jacob’s livestock
Atheists mock the Bible as being unscientific, but in Genesis 30–31 we read about how God supernaturally superintended Jacob’s sheep breeding program, which fits facts from genetics
by Matthew Cserhati, Robert Carter