Feature Archive

The Creation Couple December 31, 2008
Whether challenging secularists on creation or abortion, husband and wife Dr Stephen Grocott and Dr Dianne Grocott pack a powerful punch.

‘Go to hell, creationists!’ December 30, 2008
A rowdy demonstration at a German university shows that ‘tolerance’ does not extend to creation and the Bible.

Refutation of New Scientist’s Evolution: 24 myths and misconceptions December 29, 2008
Fifth instalment of New Scientist refutation deals with their attempt to play divide and conquer, and pokes holes in their ‘just-so’ stories about intermediate forms.

The Geological Society of Australia seeks to censor creation, intelligent design and Flood geology December 27, 2008
But mainstream geologists would benefit by trying to understand the creationist viewpoint.

Cosmic and universal death from Adam's fall December 26, 2008
Romans 8 testifies that the Curse is universal in extent.

Is evolution ‘scientific’? December 25, 2008
America’s National Science Education Standards specifies certain criteria as to what constitutes scientific knowledge. How does evolution rate?

The wonders of water December 24, 2008
Water has some fascinating features that suggest it has been designed ‘just right’ for life.

Sharing your faith December 23, 2008
Street preacher Russell Wallace shares his insights and experience about what to say to those who resist the Gospel today.

Where did all the water go? December 22, 2008
Ever wondered about Noah’s Flood and where all the water went to? The answer is really very simple.

Are ‘gain of function’ mutations really downhill and so not supporting of evolution? December 20, 2008
A researcher questions the generalization of the findings of research on ‘gain-of-function’ mutations in the thyroid hormone system, claiming an example of new, information-gaining mutations.

Atheists to do religious education in schools December 19, 2008
The government of Victoria, Australia, looks set to approve atheists teaching their destructive beliefs to young children.

Refutation of New Scientist’s Evolution: 24 myths and misconceptions December 18, 2008
Fourth instalment of New Scientist refutation shows that even modern developments in evolutionary theory are hopeless. Includes Haldane’s Dilemma and the bacterial flagellum.

How dating methods work December 17, 2008
Radioactive dating sounds complicated but it is really quite simple.

The gift of death? Planned Parenthood offers abortion gift cards for Christmas December 16, 2008
Planned Parenthood, a major abortion provider, loves to offer death when Christians celebrate life. PP’s racist and eugenicist roots are a well-kept secret by its supporters, including the recent president-elect.

Ancient mariners had current knowledge December 15, 2008
Centuries ago, mariners accurately mapped navigational information. This discovery has astonished oceanographers.

Transplants, xenotransplants, xenotransfusion and xenoexperimentation December 13, 2008
Are blood transfusions and organ transplants ethical? What about animal-to-human? Animal organs are routinely transplanted into humans (xenotransplantation); researchers test on animals first, then humans. Is this ethical?

Tiktaalik—sticking its head out of water? December 12, 2008
Does this new look at an old fossil tell us anything new about Tiktaalik’s head?

Identification of species within the cattle monobaramin (kind) December 11, 2008
What species fall into the biblical kind for cattle?

Are you ready to witness to the Truth? December 10, 2008
Christians are told to use every opportunity to preach the Good News to those who are perishing. But what if people raise evolution as an objection to the Bible being true?

Panderichthys—a fish with fingers? December 9, 2008
What of the latest ‘missing link’ offered up for fish-to-tetrapod evolution?

Don’t fall for the bait and switch December 8, 2008
Is evolution true? Well … yes and no. It all depends on what you mean by ‘evolution’.

Unfair to Islam? Round 2 December 6, 2008
More on the ‘peaceful Muslim majority’, Islamic history and current practices.

Atheopathy v Science: Refuting New Scientist’s agitprop about evolution December 5, 2008
Third instalment of New Scientist refutation shows why mutation and natural selection can’t explain the complexity of life. Includes information on human genome, fossil record and ‘bad’ design.

from-ape-to-man-via-genetic-meltdown-a-theory-in-crisis December 4, 2008
A review of Genetic Entropy & The Mystery of the Genome by John C. Sanford

‘Cosmology is not even astrophysics’ December 3, 2008
Despite the self-confidence of big-bang cosmologies, their ideas have no support in the lab, and leave huge questions unanswered.

CMI–Worldwide. A new concept, a new era in creation ministry! December 2, 2008
The formal federation of CMI ministries we foreshadowed by email a few weeks ago is now in place.

Exploring the heavens December 1, 2008
Former New South Wales (Australia) Government Astronomer (Dr David King) affirms that the heavens do indeed declare God’s glory.

Helium evidence for a young world continues to confound critics November 29, 2008
Russ Humphreys responds to six years of criticism of one part of the creationist research initiative into Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth (RATE).

Atheopathy vs Science: Refuting New Scientist’s agitprop about evolution November 28, 2008
Second instalment of a refutation of a lengthy New Scientist diatribe against creation: refuting its contextually ignorant and outright incompetent charges of Bible ‘contradictions’.

The age of the Jenolan Caves, Australia November 27, 2008
The long and tortuous uniformitarian history for these caves is riddled with difficulties.

Sickness in the Church! November 26, 2008
We all can see the symptoms of the sickness affecting much of the church and society today. But what’s the remedy?

Cows: a magnetic sign for evolutionists November 25, 2008
Renowned evolutionist J.B.S. Haldane famously said that evolution could never produce mechanisms such as the wheel and magnet. He was right.

Lea, the spaghetti lioness November 24, 2008
Lions are usually carnivores. But there’s one living today that grew up eating Italian pasta and vegetables—for seven years.

Unfair to Islam? November 22, 2008
What does the Qur’an really teach about Jihad? Are most Muslims peaceful, and what is the significance of this?

Dawkins’ Ironic Hypocrisy November 21, 2008
Misotheists like Dawkins attack creationist teachings, but give credence to wacky ideas like ‘Jesus never existed’ rejected by historians. Other antitheists like Bill Maher hold even wackier views, e.g. rejecting germ theory.

Chinese fossil layers and the uniformitarian re-dating of the Jehol Group November 20, 2008
How the dating evidence is forced to fit the dino-to-bird evolutionary paradigm.

Atheopathy vs Science: Refuting New Scientist’s agitprop about evolution November 19, 2008

Paying homage to the stork November 18, 2008
What would it take to get you to disbelieve Christianity? One author ‘puts it on the line’ as to why the evolutionary ‘big picture’ so violently contradicts the Gospel.

Toy car rocks million-year belief November 17, 2008
The rock on the beach looked like any other rock–until it was turned over.

Feeding carnivores on the Ark, and refuting an accusation of ‘closet scientism’ November 15, 2008
How could Noah feed the lions on the Ark? And are creationist science projects like RATE examples of the scientism we decry?

Church shock: ‘Can you marry your relative?’ November 14, 2008
No-one would dare to even think of marrying their relative … or would they?

Large scale function for ‘endogenous retroviruses’ November 13, 2008
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview from the now-released December issue of Journal of Creation. Subscribers will be delighted by the powerful, stimulating content.

G.K. Chesterton: Darwinism is ‘An attack upon thought itself’ November 12, 2008

Ivanov’s ape-human hybrid project—Why? November 11, 2008
A researcher says that archived documents shed light on the motives behind the ‘forgotten scandal’ of ‘Stalin’s mutant ape army’.

With no apology! November 10, 2008
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.

Quartzite gravel in soils November 8, 2008
More evidence for Noah’s Flood.

A Tale of Four Countries November 7, 2008
A South African faced with the parlous state of his own country finds striking parallels and lessons in history.

A 5D spherically symmetric expanding universe is young November 6, 2008
How do billions of years of light travel time fit into Creation Week?

Darwinian evolution was basis of Nazi legal system November 5, 2008
The experience of Nazi Germany has important lessons for us today—crucial for the preservation of our human freedom and happiness.

Earth Science Ireland uses clergyman in geological controversy November 4, 2008
Ignores scientific evidence and argues theology to say creationism is wrong.

Hitler’s ‘master race’ children haunted by their past November 3, 2008
The living remnants of Hitler’s plan to specially breed a race of ‘superbabies’ are a tragic testimony to the effects of Darwinian thinking.

Creationist article ‘saved my favourite cow’ November 1, 2008
Did a creationist article on supergerms really help to save a cow from an otherwise fatal illness? What should we learn from this?

The elephant in the room October 31, 2008
A bold speech by a New Zealand election candidate pinpoints the problems of secular education afflicting the whole of the western world.

Argumentum ad nihilum: argument amounting to nothing October 30, 2008
A review of Creation out of Nothing by Paul Copan and William Lane Craig.

Animal Souls, Slaughter and the Bible October 29, 2008
Many are distressed at the slaughter of horses in the USA, seeking to have it banned. A horse-lover seeks to approach the issue dispassionately from God’s Word.

Dancing Dinosaurs? October 28, 2008
A remarkable array of dinosaur footprints found on the Arizona-Utah border in the USA point, not to a dance floor but, to a stampede during Noah’s Flood. See why.

Golden evidence of the Genesis Flood October 27, 2008
Ever wondered why water-transported gold nuggets are found on the tops of hills and mountains?

Why is CMI so dogmatic on 24-hour creation days? Revisted October 25, 2008
More discussion from a previous feedback about the importance of six consecutive normal-length creation days.

Refuting Evolution Appeasers October 24, 2008
A once-sound New Zealand Brethren monthly, Treasury, published a pro-theistic-evolution article. Why is appeasement on this issue so wrong?

From Plato to pragmatism October 23, 2008
A review of Total Truth by Nancy Pearcey.

Editorial: Blinkered thinkers October 22, 2008
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Spore: new game allows players to ‘evolve’ creatures; should creationists be concerned? October 21, 2008
The new computer game Spore purports to illustrate evolution. Yet it does nothing of the kind, although evolutionists hope that it will convince schoolkids.

A remarkable witness to creation—Satan October 20, 2008
Could the devil be a witness to the truth of Genesis creation? Remarkably, yes.

Steve Jones and the ‘end of human evolution’ October 18, 2008
An evolutionist says human evolution has stopped, but a creationist argues that it hasn’t. What’s going on?

Street preacher says creation ‘is the issue’ October 17, 2008
It’s time for the church to stop avoiding the questions people want answers to.

More marvellous machinery: ‘DNA scrunching’ October 16, 2008
More marvellous cellular machinery testifies to the biblical Designer.

Roger Bolton Discovers Sliced Bread October 15, 2008
Codex Sinaiticus: should this ancient copy of the Greek New Testament cause any doubt on the reliability of our Bibles or Christianity?

Darwin’s bulldog—Thomas H. Huxley October 14, 2008
The ‘success’ of Darwin’s theory of evolution in the 19th century was largely due to the work of this man. So who was he and what motivated him?

Can Japan ban hara-kiri? October 13, 2008
What can the Japanese government do to stop its citizens killing themselves?

Why is CMI so dogmatic on 24-hour creation days? October 11, 2008
Why does six-day creation matter? How can we refute old-earth compromisers?

Panspermia theory burned to a crisp: bacteria couldn’t survive on meteorite October 10, 2008
Experiment shows that bugs from outer space would be burned up on entering Earth’s atmosphere, undermining a common evolutionary ‘loophole’.

Inconvenient Neandertaloids October 9, 2008
Awkward questions for the Out-of-Africa’ model for human evolution—a problem for evolutionists and ‘progressive’ creationists.

National Geographic unveils ‘Wilma’ the Neandertal lady October 7, 2008
Primitive? Sub-human? Even this evolutionary magazine portrays Neandertals as much more human than used to be the case.

Taking creation evangelism to the streets! October 6, 2008
Two friends find that ‘creation evangelism’ works in the market place!

A very tired Christian October 4, 2008
A Christian says he’s tired of the creation-evolution debate. Dr Don Batten explains its importance, documents how it has helped people come to Christ, and cites biblical encouragement for the weary.

Global meltdown, economic woes, and evolution October 3, 2008
With all the fingerpointing about who’s to blame, there may be a bigger picture underlying many of the changes in our society.

Pattern of programmed cell death in bat wing membrane—support for evolution? October 2, 2008
Testimony to an intricately designed system.

Why Genesis 5 is a key chapter in the Bible October 1, 2008
The chronology of the genealogy in Genesis 5 ties Creation week to the subsequent events, strongly authenticating the real history of Genesis 1–11.

The discovery of HMAS Sydney II and her destroyer September 30, 2008
Rusting hulls on the ocean floor reveal the high cost of believing a lie.

Blood pressure and ‘race’ September 29, 2008
Doctors were told to consider a patient’s ‘race’ when choosing medication for hypertension. But new research refutes this.

Large Hadron Collider continues to confuse September 27, 2008
If the LHC discovers the Higgs boson, would this prove the big bang? And did CMI get the LHC proton energy calculations right?

Skeptic Shermer resorts to ridicule because the science is weak September 26, 2008
One of CMI-Australia’s prominent speakers is also a professor at a major secular university. This is his assessment of a lecture at the university given by one of America’s leading anticreationists.

A Civic Biology and eugenics September 25, 2008
How did the school text book that was the subject of the Scopes trial impact eugenics—the ‘scientific’ breeding of human beings?

Evolutionist: it’s OK to deceive students to believe evolution September 24, 2008
An evolutionist justifies teaching students inaccuracies and overt falsehoods.

Reiss resigns as Royal Society stifles debate on evolution September 23, 2008
Even if you’re an evolutionist believer, if you show the slightest concession to the creationist ‘enemy’, it seems you’re out, too!

Angkor saw a stegosaur? September 22, 2008
A stone carving of a dinosaur at the ancient ruins of Angkor raises the question: how could anyone living 800 years ago have known what a dino looked like?

Church of England apologises to Charles Darwin September 20, 2008
Anglican leaders’ appeasement of evolutionary theory in 2008, just before Darwin’s bicentennial, was as futile as Chamberlain’s appeasement of Hitler, 70 years previously.

Crisis in cosmology continues with conference of big-bang dissidents September 19, 2008
CMI speaker and respected physics professor John Hartnett, who represented his university, gives his impressions.

Evidence for multiple ring growth per year in Bristlecone Pines September 18, 2008
Evidence for multiple ring growth per year overturns claims of great age.

Faith-based attacks on religious schools September 17, 2008
Atheists profess tolerance but display rank intolerance when it comes to schools that refuse to toe the materialistic party line.

Taking a crack at the Neandertal mitochondrial genome September 16, 2008
A full-length stretch of DNA from a Neandertal mitochondrion has been sequenced. Some are using it to allege that it came from a different species to modern humans. But is that deduction justified?

Dino dung overturns objection September 15, 2008
Sceptics love to challenge Christians about Noah’s Flood. Here’s how a piece of (fossilized) dung ruins their ‘argument’.

Christianity, Islam and science September 13, 2008
Was the scientific method being practiced in Islamic lands centuries before modern science became established in Medieval Christian Europe?

Doomsday fears fizz as CERN’s ‘big collider’ makes a tiny bang September 12, 2008
Media hype had some people thinking the world would end. CMI’s Dr Russell Humphreys, formerly a physicist with the prestigious Sandia National Laboratories, makes an informed comment.

Lipid rafts: evidence of biosyntax and biopragmatics September 11, 2008
They demonstrate information within the cell.

Conversions in the land of the rising sun September 10, 2008
Good news as creation scientist Werner Gitt tours a country notoriously difficult for evangelism.

Earth Science Ireland chastised over anti-Christian, anti-creationist attitude September 9, 2008
Geologist says it’s time to open up geology to debate, starting with this open letter.

Is evolution pseudoscience? September 8, 2008
Evolutionists’ own criteria for identifying a ‘pseudoscience’ show that evolution itself is a pseudoscience.

No-one is safe anymore September 5, 2008
Compromise on ‘made in the image of God’ is taking us into Hitler’s gas chambers.

Identification of species within the sheep-goat kind (Tsoan monobaramin) September 4, 2008
Are sheep and goats part of the same original biblical kind?

Viva la Evolution? September 3, 2008
Should Christians celebrate evolution in the 200th anniversary of Darwin’s birth next year?

World by Design Tour dismantled my big bang September 2, 2008
Answered doubts about Scripture that were first raised in my mind at seminary.

Performing surgery upon evolutionary thinking September 1, 2008
Jonathan Sarfati interviews pediatric surgeon Dr Ross Pettigrew (from New Zealand), who explains the fine design of the human body, and why evolution matches neither science nor Scripture.

Laminin, Atlas moths, and ‘gay’ brains August 30, 2008
Is there really a protein shaped like Jesus? cross? Are there really moths that look like snakes? And are some people really born with ?gay? brains?

Not too old to be Expelled August 29, 2008
Our God-ordained right of free thought and speech is under systematic and increasing attack

Secularizing America August 28, 2008
Christian Smith’s The Secular Revolution challenges cherished sociological theories and exposes the anti-Christian power struggle in the West.

Are you dancing to your DNA? August 27, 2008
Why do atheists like Richard Dawkins bother trying to convert people to atheism if everything we believe is fated by the movement of atoms anyway?

Mercury’s Magnetic Field is Young! August 26, 2008
Messenger space probe reports from Mercury confirm biblical models of formation of planetary magnetic fields.

Surveillance solution: mimicking a bug’s eye view August 25, 2008
Inspired by insect vision: new camera technology that can pick up detail in light and dark at the same time.

God, the universe, tolerance and suffering August 23, 2008
A World By Design conference attendee submits six questions, on existential type issues of the sort most people ponder at some point in their lives.

How landscapes reveal Noah’s Flood August 22, 2008
Visualizing the erosive effect of receding floodwaters

Christianity as progress August 21, 2008
A review of The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Let to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success by Rodney Stark

What’s in a pronoun? The divine gender controversy August 20, 2008
A number of respondents to a UK survey disagreed with a ‘male God’. But what does the Bible teach, and what does it mean for people of both sexes?

Vampire finches of the Galápagos August 18, 2008
If you think finches are cute birds that eat seeds, then check out the ones on Wolf Island.

An 'impossible' dream—for an atheist August 15, 2008
When an atheist’s recurring dream came true, he was left badly shaken—but none the wiser.

Changing chromosome numbers August 14, 2008
Many people regard chromosome numbers in animals as being essentially fixed. Not so. See how this helps explain rapid speciation after the Flood.

NASA astronaut Ed Mitchell says aliens are with us August 12, 2008
An American hero rocks the establishment with his spectacular claim of having ‘inside knowledge’ about UFO cover-ups. However, there is more to Ed Mitchell than meets the eye.

Separating the sheep from the goats August 11, 2008
Sheep and goats illustrate the limits of the created kinds and the inadequacy of mutations for evolution

Cryptids and UFOs—Is there a link? August 9, 2008
Are cryptids and UFOs two birds of a kind? Should CMI regard both with equal skepticism?

‘Are you a biblical creationist?’ August 8, 2008
Here are nine simple questions to ask your future possible pastor, youth group leader or Bible College principal to find out their view of Genesis.

Mitochondria—created to energize us August 7, 2008
Did cells really acquire organelles such as mitochondria by gobbling up other cells?

The Bible’s days are numbered! August 5, 2008
Would you have answered these ‘True or False?’ questions as these high school students did?

Chamberlain and the Church August 4, 2008
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.

Doubting Squishosaur doubts August 2, 2008
Were the reports of soft tissue in T. rex bones all wrong? Is it time to discard this powerful-seeming evidence? Not yet, it seems.

The Heart Mountain catastrophic slide July 31, 2008
It’s a problem for uniformitarian geology, but solved by the biblical Flood.

More evidence of Noah’s Flood, this time from Mongolia July 30, 2008
All over the world the story is the same—there was a terrible watery catastrophe that killed the dinosaurs quickly.

Can we be good without God? July 29, 2008
While atheists may live ‘good’ lives, what can ‘good’ possibly mean under an evolutionary worldview?

Design and the Designer July 28, 2008
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine?s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Christopher Hitchens—blind to salamander reality July 26, 2008
A well-known atheist’s ‘eureka moment’ shows the desperation of evolutionists.

What About Horse Toe Evolution? July 25, 2008
Evolutionists claim that various structures on the horse are evidence for ‘vestigial toes’. Let’s take a closer look.

The Wilson cycle: a serious problem for Catastrophic Plate Tectonics July 24, 2008
Does it produce serious problems for Catastrophic Plate Tectonics?

Polystrate fossils: evidence for a young earth July 21, 2008
Fossil tree trunks spanning geological strata look like they grew in place, but closer inspection reveals a different story—evidence of catastrophe.

The salinity of a floating forest July 17, 2008
Can a floating forest ecosystem survive and thrive in salty water, and what does that mean for Carboniferous coal deposits?

Mission not impossible! July 14, 2008
Eastern religions might have a superficial appeal to some, and have seemingly absorbed Darwinism readily, but only the Bible has the true answers that all need to hear.

Creative frogamandering July 11, 2008
Evolutionary apologists are proclaiming that the latest mooted ‘transitional form’, the ‘frogamander’, is evidence for evolution. But is it?

Is there any evidence for a change in c? July 10, 2008
Implications for creationist cosmology.

Germ's miniature motor has a clutch July 8, 2008
The microscopic motor that powers a germ’s flagellum is a masterpiece of design. Discovery of a ‘clutch’ reinforces this.

Inexplicable insect metamorphosis July 7, 2008
The change of caterpillar to butterfly requires exquisite programming. But the origin of this programming baffles evolutionists.

Karl Kruszelnicki: still missing the missing links July 5, 2008
Australian science personality Dr Karl Kruszelnicki takes creationists to task over transitional forms. Are his criticisms valid?

An objective ancestry test for fossil bones July 3, 2008
How can we determine ancestry from the scant evidence often presented for human evolution by evolutionary anthropology?

Theropod and sauropod dinosaurs sighted in PNG? July 1, 2008
People in the West New Britain region of Papua New Guinea have recounted seeing a creature ‘closely matching’ an artist’s reconstruction of a Therizinosaurus in a dinosaur handbook, except for the appearance of the head.

Marvellous moth motif June 30, 2008
An amazing portrait of a mammal’s face—on the wings of a moth—defies Darwinian explanations in its sheer detail.

Refuting contrived pro-abortion arguments [Judith Jarvis Thomson, famous violinist] June 28, 2008
Some pro-abortionist philosophers advance arguments of which even most pro-abort politicians are unaware. But they are important to answer, as the culture moves further from sanctity of innocent human life.

The Tower of Babel account affirmed by linguistics June 26, 2008
How the account in Genesis 11 accurately records the origin of different languages.

How potassium-argon dating works June 24, 2008
Why it has tended to reinforce what geologists already believed.

Life: a gift from God June 23, 2008
An intensive care specialist points out how doctors who have traditionally been taught to revere life are becoming increasingly caught up in a ‘culture of death’.

The Fall, Curse and Satan June 21, 2008
Who is Satan, when did he fall and why, and what is his part in our sin? What did the subsequent Fall of mankind change?

Answers to David Attenborough’s objections to the Gospel June 20, 2008
Are there answers to Sir David Attenborough’s objections to the Gospel?

The stress/heat flow paradox of the San Andreas Fault, CA June 19, 2008
What’s wrong with the traditional uniformitarian explanations of the San Andreas Fault?

Ministry programs for your church June 18, 2008
Ministry programs for your church

Deep secrets: cetacean communication June 16, 2008
The world’s loudest creatures live in the sea; ponder the sophisticated communication systems (sometimes over mind-boggling distances) and abilities of whales, and the evolutionary puzzle they present.

Bacteria 'evolving in the lab'? (Lenski, citrate-digesting E June 14, 2008
The hype associated with this latest evolutionary claim is way out of kilter with the reality. The excitement just shows how little evidence there is for molecules-to-man evolution.

Darwin’s arguments against God June 13, 2008
How Darwin rejected the doctrines of Christianity.

Greenland ice cores: implicit evidence for catastrophic deposition June 12, 2008
Implicit evidence for catastrophic deposition.

A life of ups and downs June 9, 2008
Forest research scientist Dr Geoff Downes was often taught that Genesis is a myth. But he now knows better.

Ancient mutant Jamaican sea cows? June 7, 2008
Have they really found fossil sea cows with legs instead of flippers?

Peacock tail tale failure June 6, 2008
Charles Darwin’s ‘theory of sexual selection’ fails to explain the very thing Darwin concocted it for.

MOND over dark matter? June 5, 2008
Suggestions for a Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND) may mean that a fundamentally new physics is needed.

Serial cell differentiation: intricate system of design June 4, 2008
The process of cell division is so complicated and selective that evolutionists can’t adequately explain its origin.

Is evolution compatible with religion and free will? June 3, 2008
A survey of evolutionary scientists in American Scientist reveals what evolutionists really think about the origin of religious belief, and whether we really have voluntary will.

Do rivers erode through mountains? June 2, 2008
Have you ever noticed that many of the world’s rivers flow through mountain ranges rather than around them?

Searching for needles in a haystack May 29, 2008
Just how difficult would it be for mutations to generate new valuable genes by chance?

Josephus says, ‘Genesis means what it says!’ May 26, 2008
The most famous Jewish historian had no doubts about the authenticity and historicity of the Bible’s account of creation.

'Missing' neutrinos found! No longer an 'age' indicator May 22, 2008
Creationists have often said that the sun shines by gravitational collapse, and is proof of a young sun. What do the neutrinos mean for this argument?

Do monkeys play football? May 19, 2008
Football’s governing bodies are trying to stop racist taunts from spectators. But do they understand the problem?

Radiometric dating and old ages in disarray May 15, 2008
A review of Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth, Volume II: Results of a Young-Earth Creationist Research Initiative

The 'Lazarus effect': rodent 'resurrection'! May 14, 2008
Looking for something different? Try an Asian food market. You might be surprised …

Pigs! May 12, 2008
It’s worth looking at pigs from a different perspective.

Who is the rightful owner? May 9, 2008
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.

The moon's recession and age May 8, 2008
Naturalistic theories for the origin of the moon are plagued by irresolvable difficulties. See why.

Reincarnation vs Creation May 6, 2008
How should Christians respond to the growing popularity of Buddhism and the associated idea of reincarnation?

Electric DNA May 5, 2008
DNA is famous as the information storage molecule of life, but it also has intriguing electrical features. This helps other cell machinery to scan for errors, and provides another use for so-called junk DNA.

Walking up walls May 2, 2008
Insects have inspired engineers to build a better ‘sticky tape’, and even robots that can walk up walls—a great idea for cleaning windows of high-rise buildings!

'Gastroliths' deposited by mass flow May 1, 2008
Said to be gizzard stones from dinosaurs, ‘gastroliths’ may be turn into another mistaken geological interpretation.

Another leggy snake? April 29, 2008
Discovering leg bones in the fossil snake Eupodophis has evolutionists excited. But are leggy snakes ‘primitive’, and what have they to do with the Curse in Genesis 3?

Bye-bye, big bang? April 28, 2008
A high-redshift quasar within lower-redshift galaxy NGC 7319 disproves traditional big bang assumptions demonstrates secular astronomer Halton Arp.

Pain in childbirth: result of the Fall or fear? April 26, 2008
A reader questions whether the curse on Eve was more about the anguish of raising children

The Importance of Evidence April 25, 2008
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Flood transported quartzites: Part 4—diluvial interpretations April 24, 2008
These thick quartzite boulder deposits high in the Rocky Mountains are dramatic evidence for the Recessive stage of Noah’s Flood with its two distinct phases.

Swedish trees older than the universe? April 23, 2008
A closer look at a claim about the world’s oldest trees—allegedly older than the biblical date of creation.

Peacock poppycock? April 21, 2008
Darwin’s attempt to explain how the peacock’s tail evolved is being sharply criticized—by evolutionists.

Flood transported quartzites: Part 2—west of the Rocky Mountains April 17, 2008
Noah’s long distance travellers. Part 2: West of the Rockies.

Genesis: History … or Mystery? April 16, 2008
Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it. But what would happen if there were no history to learn from?

Diamonds in days (actually, minutes!) April 15, 2008
Diamonds just don’t need millions of years to form, but only days, or hours, or even minutes!

Could Adam have appealed the verdict? April 14, 2008
How does Adam’s conviction and sentence by God for the sin of ‘rebellion’ compare with today’s legal procedures?

Was Dawkins Stumped? April 12, 2008
Our Frog to a Prince DVD shows the Apostle of Atheism unable to provide an example of information increase in the genome. See timeline, raw footage, and answer to critics.

Evolution is inherently racist April 11, 2008
Image connected with the Hobbit controversy portrays racist stereotype rather than scientific evidence.

The elements of the universe point to creation April 10, 2008
Why the big bang does not explain the elemental abundances in the universe.

Creation in Kazakhstan April 8, 2008
Dr Werner Gitt spreads the message—and reaps a Gospel harvest—in this majority Muslim country.

How could Noah get all the animals on the Ark? April 7, 2008
People often think there is no answer, but there is, and a simple one at that.

Easter and Good Friday: questions and answers April 5, 2008
Some claim that the word ‘Easter’ is derived from a pagan goddess, and others claim that Jesus must have been crucified on a Wednesday. Read Dr Sarfati’s comments.

Do new functions arise by gene duplication? April 3, 2008
How plausible is the evolutionists’ claim that gene duplication provides the raw material for evolution?

Double doctor doubts Darwinian dogma March 31, 2008
Dr Don Johnson, a specialist in Information science and chemistry, shows how evolution is impossible.

Polar dinosaur conundrum March 27, 2008
How did dinosaur fossils end up at the Arctic?

Creationists are ‘liars’ (?) March 26, 2008
Geologist Donald Prothero does’t like the fact that we dont agree with his ideas on Darwinian evolution.

Death of a guru March 25, 2008
The passing of Sir Arthur C. Clarke has many talking about his legacy. But renowned Alien Intrusion author Gary Bates has some sobering advice for those who hold Clarke’s works in high esteem.

Grass-eating dinos March 24, 2008
How could dinosaurs have eaten grass, if it hadn’t evolved yet?

Genesis and the Cross March 21, 2008
It may seem odd for people to celebrate the humiliating defeat of their leader and hero. But the suffering, shame and death of Jesus Christ are a source of hope to Christians.

No sign of gravitational lensing in the cosmic microwave background March 20, 2008
Could the ‘cosmic microwave background’ just be a ‘local’ phenomenon?

Islam: Cult of apartheid in the West March 19, 2008
As the church has increasingly abandoned its biblical birthright, the resultant spiritual vacuum is being filled not by atheism and humanism, but by Islam. What is to be done?

Two-tone twins March 17, 2008
Twins with different skin tones disprove evolutionary ideas of ‘race’ and support the Bible’s record of human history.

Horseshoe crabs invented themselves? March 14, 2008
The latest discovery of a horseshoe crab fossil has evolutionists raving.

Evenings and mornings March 13, 2008
How can there be evenings and mornings in Genesis 1 before the creation of the sun on Day 4?

Bird behaviour beliefs overturned March 12, 2008
How a hummingbird’s tail and a flock of flying starlings show us that there is more to birds than meets the eye.

Who’s inheriting the wind now? March 10, 2008
A bitter harvest from the Darwinian propaganda film about the Scopes trial (1925–2005). Darwinian advocates have failed to predict the bad consequences of teaching evolution as truth

They're teaching racism to our kids March 7, 2008
Textbook used in government schools portrays ‘blacks’ as less evolved

C4 photosynthesis-evolution or design? March 6, 2008
Life depends on photosynthesis, but there’s more than one way to do it …

Vanishing coastlines March 3, 2008
Coastal erosion turns dream home into a nightmare—and demonstrates the earth is young.

Youngest and brightest galaxy … or is it? February 29, 2008
Artistry and the big bang story take over where the data leaves off

Can welded tuffs form underwater? February 28, 2008
See why the geological evidence has been wrongly interpreted and how it actually supports Noah’s Flood.

Speech, music—and Neandertals February 27, 2008
Humans turn out to have a remarkable ability that is not needed for survival. But it is useful in praising the Creator …

Clever crustaceans February 26, 2008
According to the standard evolutionary ‘progression’, crabs and lobsters are way down in the intelligence stakes. But fishermen can recognize when they’ve been ‘outsmarted’ by these creatures with ‘no brain’.

The ultimate machine February 25, 2008
PhD anatomist David Kauffman points out that the human body is ‘ultra superior’ to anything that people have been able to invent.

Evidence of Noah’s Flood from Mexico February 22, 2008
Dinosaur dig reveals dramatic insights into the degree of devastation, not so long ago

Darwin's critical influence on the ruthless extremes of capitalism February 21, 2008
What happens when a ‘survival of the fittest’ mentality is applied to business?

The genetic puppeteer February 19, 2008
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.

That quote!—about the missing transitional fossils February 18, 2008
The inside story on bombshell admissions from an evolutionary expert— and one skeptic’s attempts at damage control.

Mercury's magnetic message is not yet clear. Plus: Rebuttal to NAS appreciated. February 16, 2008
How well do creationist predictions line up with observations of Mercury’s magnetic field? Rebuttal to NAS appreciated; available as PDF.

Expelled: New movie exposes persecution of anti-Darwinists February 15, 2008
The documentary Expelled is set to make a real stir in March 08 with its powerful exposé of the relentless suppression of anyone not toeing the Darwinian ‘party line’.

Modern-looking lampreys ‘older’ than thought February 14, 2008
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview from the soon-to-be-released March issue of Journal of Creation.

Fitting everything in on the 6th day February 12, 2008
RTB says Adam could not have done all that the Bible said he did in the time the Bible says. Just how long did he need?

Too close for comfort February 11, 2008
A snake with two heads is not evidence of evolution—and even the normally pro-evolution National Geographic agrees. So how did it happen?

Science, Creation and Evolutionism (refutation of NAS) February 8, 2008
With much fanfare, the US National Academy of Sciences has published another anti-creationist book. Read the detailed refutation.

The naturalistic formation of planets exceedingly difficult February 7, 2008
You are given the impression that it’s easy to make planets from dust but the facts are otherwise. See why.

Magnetic Message from Mercury February 5, 2008
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.

Exposing Evolution’s Icon February 4, 2008
Sickle-cell anemia is an ‘icon of evolution’, but one of the world’s leading experts firmly rejects this claim and affirms biblical creation.

Creationism, Science and Peer Review February 2, 2008
‘If creation is really science, then why isn’t it published in secular peer-reviewed journals?’

The uniformitarian mystery of radiolarian chert January 31, 2008
How do we explain cherts when there aren’t any modern examples of it forming?

Is Richard Dawkins an atheist? January 30, 2008
Professor Dawkins, author of The God Delusion, says he is an atheist, but does he behave like a real atheist?

Taylor Head, Nova Scotia January 29, 2008
Discover evidence for Noah’s Flood in a government brochure, if you know what to look for and ignore the dates.

Surgeon with a mission January 28, 2008
When a gifted surgeon, musician and human dynamo turns his talents to showing that evolution has no scientific basis, the result is an incredible resource.

Watery catastrophe deduced from huge Ceratopsian dinosaur graveyard January 24, 2008
Are the usual uniformitarian explanations of river floods big enough to explain these graveyards?

The Great Dothan Creation/Evolution Debate January 23, 2008
CMI’s Rob Carter takes on a vocal evolutionist in front of a ‘full house’ in Alabama.

Creation: antidote for depression January 21, 2008
We hope you enjoy this sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the printed magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.

Oldest tuberculosis claim January 18, 2008
Was TB part of the original very-good creation?

Harmony and discord: A review of Francis Collins' book The Language of God January 17, 2008
Is evolution the ‘language of God’ in nature?

How can you survive and thrive at college and university January 15, 2008
Simple pointers to give you a strategy.

If God can do anything, then can He make a being more powerful than Himself? January 12, 2008
Can an omnipotent being make a being more powerful than himself, or a rock too heavy for him to lift? How should we understand ‘nothing is impossible for God’?

Let the blind see … January 11, 2008
Breeding blind fish with blind fish restores sight for many of them—but should evolutionists be crowing?

The ‘waters above’ January 10, 2008
A ‘halo of dust and debris, largely made up of water-ice, surrounds the solar system. Could this be the ‘waters above’ of Genesis 1:7?

Mud experiments overturn long-held geological beliefs January 9, 2008
A call for a radical reappraisal of all previous interpretations of mudstone deposits

The Fall: a 'glorious necessity'?! January 7, 2008
Mormons teach that Adam did a good thing in sinning. Getting Genesis so wrong leads to other strange beliefs that bear little resemblance to Christianity.

More about moths January 5, 2008
A recent attempt to restore the reputation of the peppered moth as an evolutionary icon falls flat

A fossil is a fossil is a fossil. Right? January 3, 2008
Do today’s definitions of the word ‘fossil’ rule out a biblical timescale by default?

C.S. Lewis and the Great Myth January 1, 2008
They love the Myth so take care how you expose it.