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How did bad things come about?
Why are there predators, parasites, pathogens, in a very good creation? God didn’t make them that way! They became harmful after Adam’s fall. Poison depends on dose.
The inhuman nature of secular humanism
Historically, humanism had noble roots in Christian academia, but post-Reformation, through Unitarian influence, humanism’s biblical foundations were eroded and replaced by secular thinking based on evolution.
by Gavin Cox, Andrew Sibley
Darwinism and racism – are they linked?
Is Darwinism foundational to racism? Was Darwin a racist himself? What about the biblical view?
by Shaun Doyle & Lucien Tuinstra
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
Pigeons don’t fancy Darwin
Pigeon fanciers’ fancy pigeons fuelled Darwin’s flights of fancy
by David Catchpoole
Dr Charles Bree, the scientist who challenged Charles Darwin’s science
A long forgotten English zoologist and surgeon wrote the first book that set out to disprove evolution.
by Warren Nunn
On holy ground? A creationist in Darwin’s home
Is the famous residence of Charles Darwin a science museum or a shrine that propagates a secular, godless worldview?
by Thomas Fretwell
Countering revisionism—part 1: Ernst Haeckel, fraud is proven
Attempts have been made recently to rehabilitate Haeckel’s embryos. Such attempts fail miserably.
by E van Niekerk
Darwin, slavery, and abolition
Did Darwin’s abhorrence of slavery have anything to do with his theory of evolution?
by Russell Grigg
Darwin’s ‘savages’
Darwin supported a missionary society for years—but why?
by Russell Grigg
Darwinism and World War One
While the Second World War is more obviously connected to Darwinism, it also played an important role in the first.
by Lita Sanders
Darwin’s mentors
Two prominent clergymen unwittingly gave Darwin the long-age time frame he needed to make evolution ‘work’.
by Russell Grigg