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The Christchurch mosque attacks: speaking Christ’s peace, truth and love
Speaking Christ’s peace, truth and love into a tragic massacre.
by Shaun Doyle
Abraham Ulrikab
The ‘zoo exhibit’ who could write
by Shaun Doyle
Creation: a form of white supremacy?
Scientific American accuses creationists of white supremacy, glossing over evolution’s own disgusting racist past.
by Shaun Doyle
Bronx Zoo apologizes for putting a man in a monkey house
New York’s Bronx zoo apologizes for putting an African man in a monkey house, but still does not admit the real reason it occurred.
by Gary Bates
Culture vs intelligence
Which explains why some people groups advanced more quickly than others?
by Carl Wieland
Love is more than skin deep
Mr and Mrs Unoarumhi are dark-skinned Africans, but their biological children are fair-skinned—How come?
by Carl Wieland and Don Batten
The scars of a nation
The scars of the treatment that first Australians received is a lesson in how not to treat people.
by Carl Wieland
African invasion of the bodysnatchers
In the heyday of evolutionary racism, materialistic scientists saw dark-skinned people as mere specimens to be studied, and they engaged in the macabre trade of body parts from various countries.
by William Johnson
Blue eyes mutation
Many people of European descent have less melanin in their eyes, and it’s got nothing to do with evolution
by David Catchpoole and Robert Carter
Out of Babel—not Africa: genetic evidence for a biblical model of human origins
How recent genetics research supports the Bible’s history of humanity.
by Jeff Tomkins
Sinners and saints regardless of race
The best and worst of humanity can be found in people of all races.
by Shaun Doyle
The Israelites
The origin of the Israelites is detailed in the Bible, but people tend to have an oversimplified understanding of the sons of Jacob, Isaac, and Abraham.
by Robert Carter and Lita Sanders