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Genesis and Generation X
by Geoff Stevens
The ‘interpretation argument’: an irrefutable argument against Christianity?
An ex-Christian posts a video claiming to have an irrefutable argument against Christianity. We respond.
by Lita Sanders
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
The parable of the cupboard and Genesis 1:29–30
A simple parable to help you in your conversations with Christian old-earthers.
by Paul Price
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
The work ethic
The source of the work ethic that drove development of Western democracies.
by Marc Ambler
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
Amino acids produced in hydrothermal vent?
Have chemical evolutionists proven that life could have evolved from non-living chemicals in hydrothermal vents?
by Jonathan Sarfati
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
Examining the usage and scope of historical science—a response to Dr Carol Cleland and a defence of terminology
Why is historical science less trustworthy than operational science? Important question—let’s find out!
by Paul Price
Can creationists be scientists?
Can creationists be scientists?
by Jason Lisle