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Socialist science in the 20th century
How Communism undermined science in the USSR
by Marc Ambler
Longwinded, sometimes interesting, and marred by evolutionary presuppositions
An attack on atheism hampered by adopting evolutionary assumptions
by Gavin Cox
Spiritual practices and evangelism
How do we handle evangelism and discussions of spiritual things in the workplace?
by Shaun Doyle
Denying the greatest event in the history of the world
Materialists change the dating convention of BC and AD to reflect their godless vision.
by Gary Bates
Dominion and the blessing of the garden
Alan Titchmarsh, British TV personality, has recently defended the traditional well-managed garden against rewilding campaigns because it better supports wildlife. This supports the biblical stewardship mandate.
by Andrew Sibley
Documenting the obvious
Documenting the links between Darwin influenced Nazi racism.
by Jerry Bergman
Animal behaviour intelligently designed!
Compelling evidence that animal behaviour is intelligently designed.
by Philip B. Bell
Dawkins and Design
Some atheists like Richard Dawkins might accept a designer—as long as it is aliens not the biblical God.
by David Catchpoole
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
Golden numbers
The ratio of 1:1.62 is seen in building design, in flower petals, pine cones and much more. It is widely acknowledged to be very pleasing to the eye. Why?
by Carl Wieland and Russell Grigg
Is the world perfectly designed?
Is the concept of ‘perfect design’ even a helpful way to think?
by Shaun Doyle
Atheism is more rational?
Is atheism simply non-belief or an active belief? Who has the ‘burden of proof’: atheists or theists.
by Jonathan Sarfati