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Galileo Quadricentennial
On the 400th anniversary of Galileo turning his telescope to the heavens, misotheists gloated about ‘science vs. religion’. But it was science vs. science, and Galileo never renounced his faith.
by Jonathan Sarfati
‘Backwards’ comet perplexes scientists
The recent discovery of a comet dubbed ‘Dracula’ has left evolutionary scientists scratching their heads as to its origins.
by David Catchpoole
Venus: Cauldron of fire
The beautiful morning and evening star holds a fiery secret underneath its cloudy veil—a world so hot that lead will melt at its surface.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Magnetic Message from Mercury
Measurements of Mercury’s magnetic field should further test a creation-based model that has already correctly predicted the fields of other planets far better than evolutionary models.
by D. Russell Humphreys
Earth is ‘too special’?
Evolutionists propose that Earth formed by itself from dust particles colliding together. But astronomers are realizing that this just-so story requires some incredibly unlikely ‘coincidences’.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Evidence of a watery origin for the solar system
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of an article from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
by Andrew Rigg
Evolutionist debater fails to understand young-earth arguments
A young supporter asks some questions about young-earth evidence raised by an evolutionary debater. The response points out some of the evolutionist’s misunderstandings and even outright errors, and the role of axioms in the debate.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Saturnian surprises
Saturnian surprises
by anon
Is the earth a flat disc or globe?
Answering from observations of the moon’s phases.
by KeeFui Kon
More problems for the ‘Oort comet cloud’
Since it cannot be detected, the Oort cloud is not a scientific concept.
by Danny Faulkner
Geocentrism and Creation
by Danny Faulkner
Kuiper Belt Objects: solution to short-period comets?
by Robert Newton