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Were the pyramids built before the Flood?
Were the pyramids built before the Flood?
April 16, 2024
We respond to a YouTube video claiming that we need to re-examine biblical chronology.
By Lita Cosner, Robert Carter
Nuclear engineer defends biblical creation
Nuclear engineer defends biblical creation
April 15, 2024
Christian Ph.D. engineer defends Creation with scientific support
By Jonathan Sarfati
No death before fall
No death before fall
April 13, 2024
A correspondent asks: Was there really no death before the Fall? What about bugs and bee stingers?
By Lita Sanders
Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 4
Racemization of amino acids under natural conditions: part 4
April 12, 2024
Do amino acids racemize in water faster than peptides can grow?
By Royal Truman and Boris Schmidtgall
Richard Dawkins claims to be a cultural Christian
Richard Dawkins claims to be a cultural Christian
April 11, 2024
Media reports have recently highlighted Richard Dawkins’ comments that he considers himself to be a cultural Christian. What does that mean, and is it even possible?
By Andrew Sibley
Astronomy for Kids: Dwarf planets, asteroids and comets
Astronomy for Kids: Dwarf planets, asteroids and comets
April 10, 2024
The best-known dwarf planet is Pluto, sometimes known as 134340. The solar system also contains other tiny bodies such as asteroids and comets. They all point to a Creator and young age.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Egypt Chronology
Egypt Chronology
April 9, 2024
Egyptian history intertwines with Old Testament events, but it can be confusing to try to harmonize the two. Gary Bates introduces some of the issues for laypeople.
By Gary Bates
Noah: Five things you may not know about him
Noah: Five things you may not know about him
April 8, 2024
Noah’s global Flood followed some 16 centuries after Creation. He took his family and animals on board, including dinosaurs, but not tigers or zebras. Do you know why?
By Lucien Tuinstra & Philip Robinson
Exoplanets
Exoplanets
April 6, 2024
A challenge to biblical cosmology?
By David Coppedge
Evaluating Hume's 'Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion'
Evaluating Hume's 'Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion'
April 5, 2024
Do Hume’s arguments undermine the design inference?
By Andrew Sibley
Review of
Review of "The Altenberg 16"
April 4, 2024
A review of The Altenberg 16: An Exposé of the Evolution Industry by Suzan Mazur.
By Walter ReMine
Creation for Kids: The Flood peaks
Creation for Kids: The Flood peaks
April 3, 2024
Mt Everest didn’t exist at the beginning of the Flood. Rather, the highest mountains were pushed up towards the very end of the Flood by strong forces on sediment layers that had yet to harden to rock.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Muddy Waters
Muddy Waters
April 2, 2024
It suits the evolutionary cause to muddy the waters about natural selection—to imply it’s the same thing as evolution. But it’s crystal-clear that it’s not.
By Carl Wieland
The beautiful complexity of the human eye
The beautiful complexity of the human eye
April 1, 2024
Evolutionists have attacked the eye as ‘badly designed’, but the facts show precisely the opposite.
By Jonathan Corrado
Cosmic and universal death from Adam's fall
Cosmic and universal death from Adam's fall
March 30, 2024
Romans 8 testifies that the Curse is universal in extent.
By Henry B. Smith Jr
Inscriptions on the Cross
Inscriptions on the Cross
March 29, 2024
Why do all four Gospels contain different versions? Does this indicate error?
By Russell Grigg
Natural selection ≠ evolution
Natural selection ≠ evolution
March 28, 2024
An important equation people should be acquainted with.
By Marc Ambler
Ice giants: Uranus and Neptune
Ice giants: Uranus and Neptune
March 27, 2024
Explore Uranus and Neptune, two chilly, windy planets with strange features and biblical lessons, on your journey to the Ice Giants. Uncover their mysteries in a heavenly story.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Did Cain marry an intelligent animal
Did Cain marry an intelligent animal
March 26, 2024
An article by David Instone-Brewer suggests Cain married a non-spiritual intelligent animal with human-like form. But this raises theological difficulties.
By Andrew Sibley
Concrete from algae
Concrete from algae
March 25, 2024
Massive amounts of limestone can form much more quickly than thought.
By Gavin Cox
Young solar system
Young solar system
March 23, 2024
Multiple lines of evidence support the Bible’s age of the solar system.
By Wayne Spencer
Parametric design—evidence of creation
Parametric design—evidence of creation
March 22, 2024
Do the form and function of organisms show signs of their parameters being constrained for function and form?
By Michael Milroy
Defining terms
Defining terms
March 21, 2024
‘Natural selection’ and ‘evolution’ can mean different things to different people. A leading evolutionist who tried to fix the problem has been largely ignored—unfortunately.
By David Catchpoole
Eye-catching ‘giant’ new Burgess Shale species
Eye-catching ‘giant’ new Burgess Shale species
March 20, 2024
Besides making the ‘Cambrian Explosion’ problem worse for evolution, the exquisite detail suggests rapid burial.
By Lucien Tuinstra
Speech, music—and Neandertals
Speech, music—and Neandertals
March 19, 2024
Humans turn out to have a remarkable ability that is not needed for survival. But it is useful in praising the Creator …
By Carl Wieland
Designed for life
Designed for life
March 18, 2024
The earth is a systems engineering masterpiece
By Jonathan Corrado
How can distant starlight reach us in just 6,000 years?
How can distant starlight reach us in just 6,000 years?
March 16, 2024
Creationists have more in their armoury now to deal with that question than ever before—while the problems for long-age evolutionists just get worse.
By Mark Harwood
Dropstones in cap carbonates
Dropstones in cap carbonates
March 15, 2024
A conundrum that provides opportunities for explanation in a biblical framework.
By Michael J. Oard
What proportion of the human genome is actually functional?
What proportion of the human genome is actually functional?
March 14, 2024
The functional proportion of the genome is higher than evolutionists want, but much of the genomic sequence is unconstrained and unaffected by natural selection.
By Robert Carter