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Dr Brandon van der Ventel Interview
Dr Brandon van der Ventel Interview
February 8, 2023
Dr Jonathan Sarfati interviews Dr Brandon van der Ventel.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Review of Avatar The Way of Water, director James Cameron
Review of Avatar The Way of Water, director James Cameron
February 7, 2023
The Avatar blue-giants are back on the cinema screen in a visually-stunning sequel. What are Christian creationists to make of it?
By Andrew Sibley
Bats have an innate knowledge of the speed of sound
Bats have an innate knowledge of the speed of sound
February 6, 2023
Bats are programmed with a fixed speed of sound. Changing the air composition messes up their echolocation system, which means they will miss their target.
By Lucien Tuinstra
Phenomenological heavens
Phenomenological heavens
February 4, 2023
Does the phenomenological interpretation of Genesis 1:20 lead down a slippery slope?
By Keaton Halley
Created kinds v Ark kinds—implications for creation research
Created kinds v Ark kinds—implications for creation research
February 3, 2023
Is there a one-to-one correspondence between created 'kinds' and the 'kinds' on board Noah’s Ark?
By Jean Lightner
Lady arrested for praying for abortion victims
Lady arrested for praying for abortion victims
February 2, 2023
Satan loves abortion, and the wicked fight to stop people praying for its victims
By Lucien Tuinstra
God’s DNA-detangling motors
God’s DNA-detangling motors
February 1, 2023
Complex operations within a cell have to be present from the start for it to function at all.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Pain
Pain
January 31, 2023
Christians know why pain exists—a consequence of the curse on sin. It is materialistic naturalists who have the problem explaining the existence of pain.
By James (Jim) R. Hughes
Okapi
Okapi
January 30, 2023
In ‘darkest Africa’, a shy forest-dwelling large four-footed creature with zebra stripes, and a ‘unicorn’? What could it be?
By David Catchpoole
Should biblical creationists take time to refute atheists?
Should biblical creationists take time to refute atheists?
January 28, 2023
Why does CMI give atheists, whose mission is often explicitly antibiblical, the ‘oxygen of publicity’?
By Philip Bell
A famous ice age deposit re-interpreted as product of mass flow
A famous ice age deposit re-interpreted as product of mass flow
January 27, 2023
Are all supposed ‘ice age’ deposits really formed by glaciers?
By Michael J. Oard
A reply to Ben Stanhope on Job’s behemoth
A reply to Ben Stanhope on Job’s behemoth
January 26, 2023
Ben Stanhope, a liberal Christian YouTuber, has responded to us on behemoth. We refute his claims.
By Paul Price
Our brain: Do we use only a small portion of it?
Our brain: Do we use only a small portion of it?
January 25, 2023
A big question about the most complex structure in the universe
By Carl Wieland
'Beginnings' before Genesis 1:1?
'Beginnings' before Genesis 1:1?
January 24, 2023
Does the dependent clause reading of Genesis 1:1 support the compatibility of the Bible with ‘billions of years’?
By Shaun Doyle
Physicist for biblical creation
Physicist for biblical creation
January 23, 2023
Follow the diligent journey of an academic as he searched out the reality of God and his need of repentance within his field of study and the Bible.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Debunking Graham Hancock’s Ancient Apocalypse TV series
Debunking Graham Hancock’s Ancient Apocalypse TV series
January 21, 2023
Graham Hancock’s popular Netflix TV series, Ancient Apocalypse, challenges the evolutionary status quo, proposing civilization is older than claimed, however, his ideas are not friendly to biblical history either.
By Gavin Cox
Rising waters separated Britain from Europe?
Rising waters separated Britain from Europe?
January 20, 2023
Evidence of human habitation underwater—evidence of a lower sea level during the immediate post-Flood era?
By Phil Robinson
Evolution makes atheists out of people
Evolution makes atheists out of people
January 19, 2023
Theistic evolutionists undermine faith at ‘Bible’ Colleges; can your church people defend what they believe?
By Jonathan Sarfati
Creation astronomy from a rocket scientist
Creation astronomy from a rocket scientist
January 18, 2023
Space scientist Dr Henry Richter’s book Spacecraft Earth explores how Earth is designed for life.
By David Coppedge
Genesis: no room for theistic evolution
Genesis: no room for theistic evolution
January 17, 2023
Old Testament scholar, Cornelis van Dam, clearly shows that Genesis leaves no room for theistic evolution.
By Martin Williams
Gold deposits—formed by the global Flood
Gold deposits—formed by the global Flood
January 16, 2023
New research shows how gold was deposited quickly as hot colloidal liquid at depth, aided by sea water. This is consistent with the Flood and not millions of years.
By Gavin Cox
Doubts about design and the resurrection
Doubts about design and the resurrection
January 14, 2023
Showing how it's reasonable to doubt universal common ancestry and accept that Jesus' tomb was empty.
By Shaun Doyle
Developments in paleoanthropology
Developments in paleoanthropology
January 13, 2023
How has subsequent research changed how we look at various fossils associated with human evolution?
By Peter Line
The Scriptures affirm literal and historical 6-day creation
The Scriptures affirm literal and historical 6-day creation
January 12, 2023
How can we tell that the Bible doesn’t just depict God making the world in six days?
By Shaun Doyle
Markus Blietz astrophysicist interview
Markus Blietz astrophysicist interview
January 11, 2023
Ph.D. astrophysicist and expert in black-hole–containing galaxies explains why he believes in biblical creation.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Should Christians pursue advanced degrees
Should Christians pursue advanced degrees
January 10, 2023
A recent Ph.D. graduate encourages good students to pursue advanced degrees, and has four pieces of advice.
By Sarah Buckland
Newly discovered Egyptian relic witnesses to biblical king
Newly discovered Egyptian relic witnesses to biblical king
January 9, 2023
Newly discovered stele of Egyptian Pharaoh Hophra witnesses to the existence of the biblical king and corroborates important Israelite history
By Gavin Cox
Does the scientific method have anything to do with faith?
Does the scientific method have anything to do with faith?
January 7, 2023
A correspondent writes into CMI thanking Gavin Cox for his article on Premier’s Unbelievable but challenges the idea that the scientific method has anything to do with faith.
By Gavin Cox
Pre-Fall designed outcomes of biological interactions
Pre-Fall designed outcomes of biological interactions
January 6, 2023
What sort of ecological interactions would have taken place in the pre-Fall world?
By Warren Shipton