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Long tails, tall tales
The Apostle of Atheism, Richard Dawkins, contributes much to the public myth of evolution as established fact, but this book offers nothing substantive to the defence of evolution.
by Lael Weinberger
Whose god? The theological response to the god-of-the-gaps
This charge is a favourite of compromising churchians against creationists. Yet it really works only against a deistic worldview, not against the biblical Christian one.
by Lael Weinberger
Secular sermons
As expected, this older book from Dawkins is a misotheistic tirade. Not only is it full of errors, it fails to show why his own atheistic faith solves the problems.
by Lael Weinberger
Atheists to do religious education in schools
The government of Victoria, Australia, looks set to approve atheists teaching their destructive beliefs to young children.
by Don Batten and Russell Grigg
A very tired Christian
A Christian says he’s tired of the creation-evolution debate. Dr Don Batten explains its importance, documents how it has helped people come to Christ, and cites biblical encouragement for the weary.
by Don Batten
Faith-based attacks on religious schools
Atheists profess tolerance but display rank intolerance when it comes to schools that refuse to toe the materialistic party line.
by Lita Sanders
Is evolution pseudoscience?
Evolutionists’ own criteria for identifying a ‘pseudoscience’ show that evolution itself is a pseudoscience.
by Mark Johansen
Is Richard Dawkins an atheist?
Professor Dawkins, author of The God Delusion, says he is an atheist, but does he behave like a real atheist?
by Don Batten
Bomb-building vs. the biblical foundation
A critic disputes that a biblical foundation is necessary for ethics. The response shows why it is, and points out the real ethical problem for atheists.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Dawkins and Eugenics
Prominent Darwinist and anti-Christian, Professor Richard Dawkins, says he hates to be agreeing with Hitler on the point, but applying eugenics to breeding humans is a pretty good idea after all.
by Carl Wieland
The Haggard tragedy
When a vocal defender of the Bible’s authority, even one who attacks evolution, is morally disgraced in the public eye, what does that say about the link between evolution and morality?
by Carl Wieland
Does ribozyme research prove Darwinian evolution?
The origin of the first living organism is a huge problem for materialists. Agnostic DB of California agrees that creationist critiques are strong, but argues that ribozyme ‘evolution’ might solve the problem; Dr Sarfati responds.