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Culture clash
When Europeans encountered Aboriginals on the Australian island of Tasmania, they assumed them to be not far removed from animal ancestors because of their ‘lack’ of technology.
by Carl Wieland
Stonehenge: new discoveries are still stunning archaeologists!
Archaeologists uncover huge new structure near Stonehenge testifying to ancient man’s ingenuity and brilliance.
by Gavin Cox
Creation in-depth: Elasmosaurus? No, you goose …
Is a dinosaur depicted in this ancient Egyptian hieroglyph?
by Carl Wieland
Dating of “oldest pottery” from China is based on assumptions
The evidence is consistent with biblical history.
by Tas Walker
Can the Ica Stones be independently authenticated?
Thousands of engraved rocks, many depicting dinosaurs—are they authentic ancient artifacts?
by David Woetzel and Dennis Swift
The antikythera mechanism
The Antikythera Mechanism has proven to be an astonishingly complex mechanical computer capable of predicting the planets positions contradicting evolutionary ideas of primitive ancient man
by Gavin Cox
The world’s oldest alphabet
Evidence suggests that the first alphabet may have been developed by the Hebrews, not the Phoenicians, as commonly believed.
by James R. Hughes
The Nazareth Inscription: Proof of the Resurrection of Christ?
Does an obscure Greek inscription give evidence for the Resurrection?
by Clyde E. Billington, Ph.D.
The languages of babel
Sneak peek of a powerful article from the latest Creation magazine. How does the origin of languages fit with the account of the tower of Babel?
by Murray Adamthwaite
Defending Faith of Our Fathers
Dr Chan Kei Thong, author of Faith of our Fathers, answers a critical review.
by Chan Kei Thong
Patterns of Evidence: The Red Sea Miracle provides compelling evidence for the Bible
The third installment of Patterns of Evidence examines the question: can we really believe God parted the Red Sea?
by Lita Sanders
James ossuary withstands accusations
Bone box tells of Jesus. After a firestorm of controversy, with accusations of fraud, the ossuary appears to be genuine.
by Chris Ashcraft