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Living out the faith in a Christless culture
Shining forth the light of Christ in a Christless culture
by Scott Gills
Paleoanthropology in Australia—Homo erectus and modern human origins
Homo erectus and modern human origins
by Peter Line
Stunning Stonehenge!
Sneak peek of a powerful article from the latest Creation magazine. ‘Stone Age’ relic of post-Babel construction?
by Gavin Cox
How did the Fjords form?
Were they carved by the glaciers or was it something else?
by Tas Walker
Valley of Fire, Nevada
How it is explained by the geological processes of Noah’s Flood.
by Tas Walker
Aussie bushfire crisis
How should we respond to Australia’s current bushfire situation?
by Clare Williams
The Vredefort Dome, South Africa
Long-age thinking held back scientific explanations of a major South African geological feature.
by Tas Walker
The remarkable Captain Robert FitzRoy
The man in charge of the Beagle was known for his Christian character as well as his great skill as a mariner.
by Nicos Kaloyirou
The ‘bloat and float’ ankylosaurs of Alberta
Are ankylosaur fossils really found on their backs? If so, why?
by Andrew Lamb
Black Mountain, North Queensland, Australia
How did this fascinating tourist feature form?
by Tas Walker
Capybara
Humans mostly find rodents repulsive, but lots of creatures love this one.
by Warren Nunn
Humanism: neither healthy, nor humane
Chaplains are religious representatives operating in secular institutions. Since humanism is allegedly non-religious, is not a ‘humanist chaplain’ an oxymoron, revealing humanism’s blatant double standards?
by Gavin Cox