Dr Peter Line B.App.Sc., M.App.Sc, Ph.D.
Peter’s undergraduate majors were in biophysics and instrumental science. After this, he completed Master’s and Ph.D. degrees in the area of neuroscience, focusing on brain electrophysiology, and spent over a decade involved in such research. Subsequently, he worked as a university lecturer, teaching in the area of anatomy and physiology for over a decade. Peter has been interested in the creation/evolution issue ever since becoming a Christian, as evolution was a stumbling block to him believing God’s Word was true. He has had a particular interest in the so-called hominid fossils for many years, and has published several articles on the subject.
- Developments in paleoanthropology no. 2
- Dragon Man
- Developments in paleoanthropology
- Analysis of mtDNA from sediments in Denisova Cave
- New Homo erectus crania associated with stone tools raise issues
- Bipedal apes, australopithecines and human evolution
- Paleoanthropology in Australia—Homo erectus and modern human origins
- ‘Out of Africa’ on the ropes—the favoured story of evolution is now struggling
- Making sense of ‘Homo naledi’
- What is Homo luzonensis?
- New cranium, same old evolutionary ambiguities
- The incredible human brain
- An overview of the Denisovan puzzle
- A history of humankind distorted by evolutionary thinking (A review of: Sapiens: A brief history of humankind by Yuval Noah Harari (2014))
- The myth of ape-to-human evolution
- Hyped ‘hominin’ headlines
- Den of ape-men or chambers of the sickly?
- The puzzling Homo naledi: a case of variation or pathology in Homo erectus?
- Explaining robust humans
- Sorting ‘early’ Homo
- New Dmanisi skull threatens to bring the house down
- Australopithecus sediba revisited
- ‘Giants’ in the land: an assessment of Gigantopithecus and Meganthropus
- New study claims Hobbit was a new species
- Fossil evidence for alleged apemen—Part 1: the genus Homo
- Fossil evidence for alleged apemen—Part 2: non-Homo hominids
- Progressive creationist anthropology: many reasons NOT to believe (A review of Who was Adam? by Fazale Rana with Hugh Ross (2005))
- Australopithecus sediba—no human ancestor
- Gautengensis vs sediba: A battle for supremacy amongst ‘apeman’ contenders, but neither descended from Adam
- He ain’t my brother: no apparent family ties between Big Man and Lucy
See also an interview with Dr Line in Creation magazine, Mind by Design.