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'That's nice for you, but it's not for me'
'That's nice for you, but it's not for me'
March 12, 2024
Is there such a thing as absolute truth?
By Don Batten
Fast folding cells
Fast folding cells
March 11, 2024
An almost impossible feat easily and quickly performed by cells—ever since the creation of life on earth
By Jonathan O’Brien
Counting the stars
Counting the stars
March 9, 2024
How many stars are there? The Bible got it right!
By Werner Gitt
Review: 'Unearthing the Bible' by Titus Kennedy
Review: 'Unearthing the Bible' by Titus Kennedy
March 8, 2024
Archaeological discoveries that support the Bible is a reliable historical record.
By George LeBret
Z factor
Z factor
March 7, 2024
What was the ‘Z-factor’ that convinced a university geology lecturer of a 6,000-year-old earth?
By David Catchpoole
Gas giants: Jupiter and Saturn
Gas giants: Jupiter and Saturn
March 6, 2024
Witness the wonders of the cosmos! Journey to Jupiter and Saturn: Explore colossal gas giants, molten storms, and stunning rings in our celestial backyard.
By Jonathan Sarfati and Lita Cosner
Does it matter what people believe?
Does it matter what people believe?
March 5, 2024
Many claim that biblical creation is wrong, but postmodernism and relativism deny objective truth in the first place.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Why were ichthyosaurs and plesiosaurs so huge
Why were ichthyosaurs and plesiosaurs so huge
March 4, 2024
These marine reptiles were some of the largest animals that ever lived
By Jonathan Sarfati
Anisotropy Synchrony Convention
Anisotropy Synchrony Convention
March 2, 2024
What does CMI think about an alternative solution to the distant starlight problem?
By Dr Jonathan Sarfati
Ganymede's magnetic field supports young solar system
Ganymede's magnetic field supports young solar system
March 1, 2024
How could Ganymede’s magnetic field continue to exist after over 4 billion years of solar system history?
By Wayne Spencer
Global Flood of Genesis
Global Flood of Genesis
February 29, 2024
Textual and logical reasons why the Genesis flood must have been global not local, and why it matters for biblical history.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Creation for Kids—rocky planets
Creation for Kids—rocky planets
February 28, 2024
Explore the captivating worlds of Mercury, Venus, and Mars—where scorching heat, crushing pressure, and frigid desolation reveal the unique splendor of our Earth as the perfect cradle of life.
By Lita Sanders and Jonathan Sarfati
Why would a loving God allow death and suffering?
Why would a loving God allow death and suffering?
February 27, 2024
How can we reconcile a God of love with the natural and moral evils in the world, including tragedies, atrocities, disabilities, and pain?
By Dr Jonathan Sarfati
Bird tracks before birds existed
Bird tracks before birds existed
February 26, 2024
Sneak peek for the latest Creation magazine: Bird tracks found in South Africa date a long time before birds, according to evolution’s deep time.
By Don Batten
How could Adam have named all the animals in a single day?
How could Adam have named all the animals in a single day?
February 24, 2024
Creatures need to be called something. So who decided a dog would be called a dog?
By Andrew Kulikovsky
William Stukeley
William Stukeley
February 23, 2024
How members of the British Royal Society upheld biblical creation.
By Andrew Sibley
Is original sin unjust
Is original sin unjust
February 22, 2024
How is it fair that we are guilty and corrupt because of Adam’s sin? Is the doctrine of original sin itself morally problematic?
By Keaton Halley
Creation for Kids—The Earth:
Creation for Kids—The Earth: "Created to be inhabited"
February 21, 2024
Our planet is an amazing creation placed in space where it can enjoy prime position in relation to our sun and where life and life support is guaranteed.
By Jonathan Sarfati and Lita Cosner
Claims that dermatomes prove humans evolved from animals
Claims that dermatomes prove humans evolved from animals
February 20, 2024
Do dermatomes make little sense unless humans evolved from other vertebrates?
By Philip Bell
Science, farming, and faith
Science, farming, and faith
February 19, 2024
Ron Neller interviews agricultural systems researcher, Dr Ken Rickert
By Ron Neller
Radioactive dating problems
Radioactive dating problems
February 17, 2024
Why the isotopic dates cannot be trusted.
By Jim Mason
Floating island with monkeys observed
Floating island with monkeys observed
February 16, 2024
How does this relate to Noah’s Flood?
By Michael J. Oard
Loopholes in the evolutionary theory of the origin of life
Loopholes in the evolutionary theory of the origin of life
February 15, 2024
15 loopholes in the evolutionary theory of the origin of life: Summary
By Jonathan Sarfati
Creation for Kids—The moon: “The light that rules the night”
Creation for Kids—The moon: “The light that rules the night”
February 14, 2024
The Bible calls the moon “the lesser light”. See how it defies evolutionary explanation, how phases, tides, and eclipses occur. Over 50 years ago, 12 men walked on it.
By Lita Sanders and Jonathan Sarfati
Origin of life
Origin of life
February 13, 2024
The origin of life remains a vexed problem for those who would like to be rid of God the Creator.
By Don Batten
Social sophistry
Social sophistry
February 12, 2024
A sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
By Don Batten
Eroding ages
Eroding ages
February 10, 2024
The continents cannot be billions of years old because they would have eroded away long ago; there should be nothing left.
By Tas Walker
Book review: 'Stalin and the Scientists'
Book review: 'Stalin and the Scientists'
February 9, 2024
How Communism undermined science in the USSR
By Marc Ambler
UFOlogists and the Peruvian alien mummy fraud
UFOlogists and the Peruvian alien mummy fraud
February 8, 2024
The small figures from Peru that were claimed to be aliens are no more than an assemblage of bones from several different animals, held together with modern glue!
By Andrew Sibley