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Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 2—kinetic and thermodynamic data
Exactly how fast do amino acids racemize under natural conditions?
by Royal Truman
Why does science work at all?
The Bible provides all the necessary assumptions, but atheistic evolution can’t.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Spiritual practices and evangelism
How do we handle evangelism and discussions of spiritual things in the workplace?
by Shaun Doyle
Dominion and the blessing of the garden
Alan Titchmarsh, British TV personality, has recently defended the traditional well-managed garden against rewilding campaigns because it better supports wildlife. This supports the biblical stewardship mandate.
by Andrew Sibley
Clean-up and analysis of small datasets can distort conclusions
Can this lead to distorted conclusions?
by Royal Truman
What’s wrong with being wrong: a closer look at evolutionary ethics—part 1
Can naturalism ground real morality?
by Marc Kay
Origins myths and the erosion of ethics
Farcical ideas masquerade as science these days, undermining ethics and true human identity.
by Philip Bell
Dawkins and Design
Some atheists like Richard Dawkins might accept a designer—as long as it is aliens not the biblical God.
by David Catchpoole
Who created God?
Atheists say that the universe and life began with no adequate cause, contradicting rationality.
by Don Batten
Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 1—a challenge to abiogenesis
Has one of the major barriers to abiogenesis been overcome?
by Royal Truman
The existence of specified information in the universe points to a creator God
How specified information in the universe points to the Creator.
by John Woodmorappe
No evidence for God?
How should we respond to such a radical claim?
by Shaun Doyle