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GK Chesterton: Darwinism is ‘an attack upon thought itself’

GK Chesterton: Darwinism is ‘an attack upon thought itself’

Many of Chesterton’s arguments against evolution are still used today by creationists.
Article
18 Jul, 2024
Origin of L-amino acid excess: Part 2

Origin of L-amino acid excess: Part 2

No evidence for UV circularly polarized light exists in nature to generate excess left-handed amino acids for abiogenesis.
Article
12 Jul, 2024
Evolutionary ethics: Part 3

Evolutionary ethics: Part 3

Kin selection fails to provide an evolutionary explanation for morality.
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19 Jan, 2024
Evolutionary ethics: Part 2

Evolutionary ethics: Part 2

Group selection fails to provide an evolutionary explanation for morality.
Article
05 Jan, 2024
God, science, everything, and nothing

God, science, everything, and nothing

Science is limited in what it can tell us about God, the universe, and the nature of nothing.
Article
25 Feb, 2023
The epistemic abyss of naturalistic evolution

The epistemic abyss of naturalistic evolution

However trustworthy our minds are, naturalistic evolution has deep epistemic problems.
Article
13 Oct, 2022
Rewilding, artificial food, and creation

Rewilding, artificial food, and creation

A response to the environmentalists’ rewilding agenda, which would devalue people and diminish the quality of human life. Far better, the biblical approach involves stewardship, and respect for creation.
Article
31 May, 2022
Review: 'Science Without God?'

Review: 'Science Without God?'

A review of Science Without God? by Peter Harrison and Jon H. Roberts (Eds.)
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03 Dec, 2021
What would it take for biblical creationists to change their convictions?

What would it take for biblical creationists to change their convictions?

Empirical science does not preclude metascientific convictions. Biblical creationists accused of circular reasoning actually hold fast to Scriptural truths.
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07 Sep, 2021
“Life on our planet”, a review of David Attenborough’s latest book

“Life on our planet”, a review of David Attenborough’s latest book

David Attenborough’s A life on Our Planet book is reviewed, including CO2 and warming, renewables, population, Anthropocene, and more.
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31 Aug, 2021
Historical Science, Chaos Theory, and the sliding scale of trust

Historical Science, Chaos Theory, and the sliding scale of trust

We explore the connections between Ian Malcolms Chaos Theory in Jurassic Park and historical science and forensics.
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01 Oct, 2020
Deep time in 18th century France: part 2

Deep time in 18th century France: part 2

The rise of deep time in France came over to Britain mainly through methodological naturalism and a subtle undermining of Christianity.
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01 May, 2020
Cleland’s case for historical science: part 1

Cleland’s case for historical science: part 1

Carol Clelands arguments that historical and experimental science are equally accessible and reliable require biblical revelation to ground and preserve them both.
Article
23 Nov, 2018
Apophenia and design

Apophenia and design

Biology looks designed because it is designed; life is not a case of apophenia.
Article
02 Nov, 2018
Time Great Enabler

Time 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.
Article
15 Feb, 2018
Tree fruit and the relevance of Genesis creation

Tree fruit and the relevance of Genesis creation

People’s beliefs about origins shapes worldviews. That is, the ideas about where we come from, what is the meaning of life and what happens to us when we die.
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17 Jul, 2017

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