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Margaret Sanger Christianity Today
Margaret Sanger Christianity Today
June 16, 2022
While Margaret Sanger was anti-abortion, she was a fanatical racist and eugenicist. Planned Parenthood is practising racist eugenics by locating in minority neighbourhoods and aborting minority babies.
By Lita Cosner and Jonathan Sarfati
Smart slime
Smart slime
June 15, 2022
The single-celled slime mold Physarum polycephalum has a memory, and makes smart decisions, yet lacks a central nervous system.
By David Catchpoole
Reach into schools
Reach into schools
June 14, 2022
Reaching school teachers with information they’ve never heard before is the key to exposing students to creation.
By Gary Bates
The waiting time problem
The waiting time problem
June 13, 2022
Can mutations change an organism fast enough even over ‘evolutionary’ time?
By Don Batten
Did God simply shape the world like a pagan god?
Did God simply shape the world like a pagan god?
June 11, 2022
A student taking a religion class writes in to ask about some concerning claims made by the teacher.
By Bruce Lawrence
Review: 'The Mystery of Life's Origin: The continuing controversy'
Review: 'The Mystery of Life's Origin: The continuing controversy'
June 10, 2022
A fitting update to a classic critique of chemical evolution.
By Jonathan Sarfati
Making atheists loud and Christians dumb
Making atheists loud and Christians dumb
June 9, 2022
A brilliant way to muzzle Christians: Get them to believe in long ages.
By David Catchpoole
Clark’s Nutcracker
Clark’s Nutcracker
June 8, 2022
The designed cooperation between species helps the wider ecosystem thrive.
By Dawn Blount
830-million-year-old life  in ancient salt crystals
830-million-year-old life in ancient salt crystals
June 7, 2022
Microorganisms discovered in salt are reportedly 830 million years old, but this goes against all the laws of chemistry and molecular break-down
By Gavin Cox
A pastor’s journey of teaching creation – Dr Don Hardgrave
A pastor’s journey of teaching creation – Dr Don Hardgrave
June 6, 2022
A pastor shares his experiences of teaching creation to youth groups, congregations, and other pastors.
By Ron and Julie Neller
Skeptic challenges biblical Flood account of chalk formation for the second time
Skeptic challenges biblical Flood account of chalk formation for the second time
June 4, 2022
A skeptic challenges CMI’s position on chalk formation during the Flood, offering a second round of questions
By Gavin Cox
The fossil record is complete enough
The fossil record is complete enough
June 3, 2022
Does this mean the paucity of transitional fossils is real?
By Michael J. Oard
Should I stay in a church that compromises on Creation?
Should I stay in a church that compromises on Creation?
June 2, 2022
CMI often receives questions asking whether someone should stay in a church that compromises on Biblical Creation?
By Joel Tay
Neandertal homes
Neandertal homes
June 1, 2022
Neandertals’ most famous homes were caves, but that’s not where they lived all the time.
By Lita Sanders
Rewilding, artificial food, and creation
Rewilding, artificial food, and creation
May 31, 2022
A response to the environmentalists’ rewilding agenda, which would devalue people and diminish the quality of human life. Far better, the biblical approach involves stewardship, and respect for creation.
By Andrew Sibley
Eve: five things you may not know about her
Eve: five things you may not know about her
May 30, 2022
Was ‘Eve’ her real name? What did she look like? Did she know the Gospel?
By Philip Robinson and Lucien Tuinstra
Nucleobases and self-replication from non-living chemicals
Nucleobases and self-replication from non-living chemicals
May 28, 2022
Can nucleobases form from a primordial soup? Can RNA self-replication arise?
By Jonathan Sarfati
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