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The complex tRNA subsystem: part 4
The complex tRNA subsystem: part 4
May 27, 2022
tRNAs and their fragments precisely regulate many cell processes.
By Royal Truman
Asteroid evidence for life on earth coming from outer space?
Asteroid evidence for life on earth coming from outer space?
May 26, 2022
Japanese aerospace exploration agency has recently found amino acids in the second ever returning sample from an asteroid. Does this prove that life on earth was seeded from outer space?
By Scot Devlin
Trilobite eyes
Trilobite eyes
May 25, 2022
Amazing eyes show amazing design and confound evolution
By Gavin Cox
William Lane Craig historical Adam conference, Templeton Foundation
William Lane Craig historical Adam conference, Templeton Foundation
May 24, 2022
William Lane Craig, historical Adam conference, Homo Erectus, Templeton Foundation, Keathley.
By Jonathan Sarfati
US Supreme court revisits Roe vs Wade
US Supreme court revisits Roe vs Wade
May 23, 2022
The United States has been lit aflame with both excitement and anger in response to the recently leaked Supreme Court draft
By Bruce Lawrence
Dicynodonts and ‘out-of-place’ fossils
Dicynodonts and ‘out-of-place’ fossils
May 21, 2022
Giant mammal-like reptiles in the age of dinosaurs? Cretaceous dicynodont reclassified to Cenozoic mammal, otherwise it would be a proverbial Precambrian rabbit.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Immanuel Kant and Genesis
Immanuel Kant and Genesis
May 20, 2022
How did Immanuel Kant’s philosophy affect the interpretation of Genesis 1–3?
By Martin Duboisée de Ricquebourg
William Pengelly’s cave excavations and the antiquity of man
William Pengelly’s cave excavations and the antiquity of man
May 19, 2022
William Pengelly’s 19th century cave excavations in Brixham, southwest England, encouraged support of the erroneous belief in the antiquity of mankind beyond the biblical timeframe.
By Andrew Sibley
Love is more than skin deep
Love is more than skin deep
May 18, 2022
Mr and Mrs Unoarumhi are dark-skinned Africans, but their biological children are fair-skinned—How come?
By Carl Wieland and Don Batten
What will your body look like in the future?
What will your body look like in the future?
May 17, 2022
Cryonics tries to sell us the idea of continuing future life by cleverly freezing our current bodies. But is this compatible with Scripture? Is it even scientifically feasible?
By Lucien Tuinstra
The magnificent ‘flying’ frog
The magnificent ‘flying’ frog
May 16, 2022
Sneak peek of a insightful article from the latest Creation magazine. Whether gliding or parachuting, these forest frogs are adapted to the air
By Don Batten
Would God make a world where He condemns everyone?
Would God make a world where He condemns everyone?
May 14, 2022
If God does not owe anyone salvation, would He make a world where nobody gets saved?
By Shaun Doyle
The complex tRNA subsystem: part 3
The complex tRNA subsystem: part 3
May 13, 2022
Their formation is a ‘chicken and egg’ problem for evolution.
By Royal Truman
Theistic evolutionists claim the Bible is not a science book
Theistic evolutionists claim the Bible is not a science book
May 12, 2022
Compromise undermines the Gospel
By Gary Bates
Did God create over billions of years?
Did God create over billions of years?
May 11, 2022
The god of an old earth is not the God of Christianity.
By Lita Cosner, Gary Bates
Distant starlight and the biblical timeframe: Answering a most-asked question
Distant starlight and the biblical timeframe: Answering a most-asked question
May 10, 2022
Does distant starlight conflict with the Bible's account of recent 6-day creation?
By Don Batten
Francis Collins and the 2020 Templeton Prize
Francis Collins and the 2020 Templeton Prize
May 9, 2022
Francis Collins accepts the Gospel but, sadly, rejects the details of Creation clearly portrayed in Genesis and by the Lord Jesus, in favour of secular evolutionary theory
By Russell Grigg
Did Jesus have a body before the Incarnation?
Did Jesus have a body before the Incarnation?
May 7, 2022
What type of body did Jesus have before the Incarnation? This Feedback question is answered with reference to John’s Gospel and the union of Christ’s divine and human natures.
By Andrew Sibley
Ice core oscillations: part 2
Ice core oscillations: part 2
May 6, 2022
How did these ‘rapid’ fluctuations measured in Antarctic ice cores arise after the Flood?
By Michael J. Oard
The Seven-Day Week
The Seven-Day Week
May 5, 2022
Around the world today, people observe a seven-day week. Why do we have the concept of a week at all?
By James (Jim) R. Hughes
Emil Silvestru interview
Emil Silvestru interview
May 4, 2022
Carl Wieland interviews Romanian geologist and world cave authority Dr Emil Silvestru
By Carl Wieland
Was the Flood global? Creation Answers Book Ch. 10
Was the Flood global? Creation Answers Book Ch. 10
May 3, 2022
Was Noah’s Flood global or local? The universal language of Genesis 6–9, NT evidence, size of the Ark, and sedimentary record say “global”!
By
Medieval castles and modern fallacies
Medieval castles and modern fallacies
May 2, 2022
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 Jonathan Sarfati
Is ‘female’ the most ‘basic’ human state?
Is ‘female’ the most ‘basic’ human state?
April 30, 2022
Are men merely composed of ‘add ons’ to a basic ‘female’ template?
By Shaun Doyle
Fungi and Mount St Helens
Fungi and Mount St Helens
April 29, 2022
Fungi responses to the 1980 Mount St Helens eruption and its implications for recovery from Noah’s Flood.
By Keith H. Swenson
Early dinosaur victim of end-Cretaceous asteroid impact
Early dinosaur victim of end-Cretaceous asteroid impact
April 28, 2022
The first dinosaur death is claimed to have been drowned and quickly buried due to a huge tsunami caused by the Chicxulub impact at the Yucatan peninsula.
By Lucien Tuinstra
God made the stars
God made the stars
April 27, 2022
Interview with Ph.D. full professor of astronomy, Danny Faulkner
By Carl Wieland and Dr Jonathan DSarfati
Spiral galaxies: too many for the big bang
Spiral galaxies: too many for the big bang
April 26, 2022
Supercomputer simulations show that proposed dark matter halo’s cause too many galaxy collisions.
By Scot Devlin
Oldest feather
Oldest feather
April 25, 2022
Does the oldest feather fossil found belong to a bird or a dinosaur?
By Philip Robinson