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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
The conversation that never happened
A conversation that never happened.
by Thomas Fretwell
See no truth, hear no truth
A society where all views are allowed, or only ‘approved’ views? Who decides? What do evolutionists fear that they feel the need to ridicule or oppose creationists?
by Lucien Tuinstra
Mathematics
Some academics claim that mathematics could be racist, and that there is such a thing as ‘white math’.
by James R. Hughes
Missing Matter found?
A new study claims to have found the same amount of matter as the Big Bang predicted
by Scot Devlin
Memory, the brain, and the soul
A reader asks—if memories are stored in the brain, what basis is there for belief in the soul?
by Keaton Halley
Yet another synthetic life claim?
Scientists once again have claimed to created artificial living cells? What does this really mean for chemical evolution?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Debating strategies for atheists and Christians
Can atheists and Christians have an honest, profitable debate? If a strategy could be agreed upon, what would happen if both sides engaged and truly adhered to it?
by Lucien Tuinstra
God and the beginning of the universe
Could God have entered into time?
by Shaun Doyle
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
Why should a Christian ‘labour and toil’?
Are Christians exempt from work, or on the contrary, called to work, unto the Lord? Our work ethics are rooted in the book of Genesis.
by Marc Ambler
The work ethic
The source of the work ethic that drove development of Western democracies.
by Marc Ambler