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The conflict between conservation and Darwinian natural selection
Laudable conservation efforts are predicated on the belief that nature shouldn’t change over time, but this doesn’t sit well with the prevalent evolutionary belief that nature does change over time.
by Andrew Sibley
Historical Science, Chaos Theory, and the sliding scale of trust
What can the famed character Ian Malcolm from Jurassic Park teach us about forensic investigations and historical science?
by Paul Price, Robert Carter
Deep time in 18th century France—part 2: influence upon geology and evolution in 18th and 19th century Britain
How did the development of deep time in 18th century France affect Britain?
by Andrew Sibley
Carol Cleland’s case for historical science—part 1: devaluing experimental science
Is experimental science overrated?
by John K. Reed and Peter Klevberg
Design: just a trick of the mind?
Life looks like it was designed. Is that impression nothing more than like seeing bunnies in clouds?
by Shaun Doyle
Time: The 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.
by Robert Carter
Soil, trees and their fruit
The Lord Jesus told us that certain trees will produce certain fruit. Gary Bates uses this analogy to show the importance of Genesis creation for our worldviews.
by Gary Bates
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
How do miracles happen?
Do we need to know how miracles happen to know if they happen?
by Shaun Doyle
Wishful thinking about nature’s abilities
Many believers in nature’s capacity for evolutionary innovation think the sky’s the limit—yet their allegedly ‘naturalistic science’ writings betray a faith in the abilities of ‘Nature’ that borders on paganism.
by Philip Bell
Where materialism logically leads
When scientists—particularly physicists—look at the universe and rule out the Creator, it inevitably leads them down a dark path to confusion.
by John G Hartnett
Monkey minds
If our minds were undesigned, accidental byproducts of evolution, why would we trust them?
by Keaton Halley