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An evaluation of Hume’s Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion
Do Hume’s arguments undermine the design inference?
by Andrew Sibley
Animal behaviour intelligently designed!
Compelling evidence that animal behaviour is intelligently designed.
by Philip B. Bell
Earth’s atmosphere wonderfully designed for life
How awesome is the world in which we live! The atmosphere is remarkably designed for sustaining life, and one that beautifies creation.
by Andrew Sibley
Is the world perfectly designed?
Is the concept of ‘perfect design’ even a helpful way to think?
by Shaun Doyle
The existence of specified information in the universe points to a creator God
How specified information in the universe points to the Creator.
by John Woodmorappe
Transhumanism, and the image of God
Transhumanism holds that scientific and technological advances can be used to improve humanity—at its heart it is a godless movement, and justified by belief in evolution.
by Andrew Sibley
David Attenborough’s Conquest of the Skies: The first to fly
Our response to David Attenborough’s TV programmes ‘Conquest of the Skies’. The evidence shows beetles, birds, and other fliers were created; they did not evolve.
by Russell Grigg
Shrimp eye design
The shrimp eye has an intricately structured reflective layer to focus light. Engineers would like to be able to copy the structure.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Why would a designer leave debris floating in space?
Are cratered planetary landscapes and moonscapes, and colliding galaxies, evidence against an Intelligent Designer?
by Andrew Sibley
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
Prewired language processing
Humans are born with brains 'prewired' to see words. How can evolutionists explain this?
by James R. Hughes
Flapping flight challenge
Revolving copter blades on drones certainly work, but engineers are eager to attain the advantages of flapping flight, especially at the ‘nano’-scale.
by David Catchpoole