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Category: Creation Worldviews

  • Worm Therapy Becoming Trendy

    Treatment with helminths (roundworms), once considered gross, is actually proving effective. If you can get over the “ick factor” of putting worms in your body, you might take a new look at what many patients are finding: helminths (roundworms) can … Continue reading

  • Why 6,000 years and not Septuagint chronology?

    Daniel B. wrote to the editors of Creation magazine about Dr Jonathan Sarfati’s article Evolution’s long age contradicts Genesis order of creation, Creation 37(3):52–54. He took exception to the claim “God created in six 24-hour days a little over 6,000 years ago”, because evidently he is … Continue reading

  • Proclaiming Creation in a scientific age

    If we consider what most characterises our age, certain things immediately stand out. In the West, we tend to think of the high level of affluence, the fact that we have every conceivable mod con at our fingertips. We are … Continue reading

  • Big Bang Antimatter Problem Deepens

    The most precise measurements ever show that particles and their antiparticles are perfect mirror images of each other. Protons and anti-protons are alike in every way; just don’t bring them together or they will annihilate each other. They differ only … Continue reading

  • If the foundations be destroyed

    Consistent failure has been seen in the fight to present intelligent design in the public school systems of America, with courts continually finding any criticism of evolution, or positing of an alternate theory of origins, a violation of the First … Continue reading

  • Can they all be wrong?

    If ‘science’ and ‘all those scientists’ have shown evolution to be valid, how can anyone claim otherwise? Much of the resistance we meet in the creation science ministry is vaguely based upon this sort of notion. It is fairly easy … Continue reading

  • Where Are the Earth’s Impact Craters?

    The number of impact craters on Earth is almost negligible compared to Mars and the moon. Can erosion explain this? Scientists have estimated that there must be about 340 undiscovered meteor craters on the Earth, Science Daily reports. Only 188 have been … Continue reading

  • Did Jesus believe Genesis?

    R.N. from the UK writes: I am a 6 day young earth creationist like yourselves, and look forward to reading Jonathan Sarfati’s “The Genesis Account”. I remember reading somewhere that Jesus quoted x amount of times from Gen. 1–11, but … Continue reading

  • Carbon-14 Found in Dinosaur Fossils

    New science directly challenges the millions-of-years dogma scattered throughout the blockbuster movie Jurassic World. The spring 2015 edition of the Creation Research Society Quarterly (CRSQ) is a special issue that focuses on the investigation of dinosaur proteins inside fossil bones. The last article in … Continue reading

  • Creation in Isaiah

    The truth of creation is a theme running through the whole of the Holy Scriptures. In Genesis we have the basic statements of God creating the heavens and the earth in the beginning, and some details of His work in … Continue reading

  • Brain Size Myth Won’t Die

    Evolutionists continue to push the idea that bigger brains offer better fitness, despite repeated empirical problems. “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog,” an old proverb goes. Similarly, … Continue reading

  • Hype from New Scientist Aside, Lenski’s E. coli Research Shows Evolution of Nothing New

    As we reported in April, the pro-Darwin media love to print triumphalist articles, declaring on the thinnest of evidence that the “creationists” are deathly scared of the latest discoveries in science. Now New Scientist takes a turn, claiming that the E. coli research of Richard … Continue reading

  • Bobby Jindal and Louisiana’s “Creationist” Law

    Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal announced his candidacy for President yesterday, and he faces a challenge in distinguishing himself in an already overpopulated field of Republican aspirants. Insofar as he succeeds in doing so, you can bet he’ll have the Louisiana Science Education … Continue reading

  • Geology Fail: The Problem with Proxies

    Using an observable data set as a stand-in for a theoretical model can be misleading, as several new geology papers illustrate. An ice core is pulled up from Greenland or Antarctica. Scientists measure oxygen isotopes at various levels. Do the … Continue reading

  • Coal beds and Noah’s Flood

    Dr Steven Austin1 has proposed an explanation for the formation of multiple coal beds separated by other sedimentary rocks. He originally presented this in his Ph.D. thesis at the prestigious Penn State University in 1979. Dr Austin’s explanation shows that such … Continue reading

  • Science Supports Biblical View of Fathers, Mothers, Kids

    Despite the materialist mindset of our scientific culture, evidence continues to support human exceptionalism and Biblical morality. Father’s parenting is unique and valuable,  according to this article on Live Science about research done at Washington State. The differences in parenting styles between … Continue reading

  • Science Should Be Politically Neutral

    Why do all the mainstream science journals and reporters give a leftist slant? That’s not very scientific. Science is supposed to be about “is” not “ought”. Individual scientists are free to have political opinions, but it is misleading and even … Continue reading

  • Two Things “You Probably Won’t Hear about Pope Francis’ Encyclical”

    Our friends over at The Stream appear to have read Pope Francis’ encyclical, Laudato Si’, more carefully than some premature pundits. They point out “11 Things You Probably Won’t Hear about Pope Francis’ Encyclical.” Two of those are particularly relevant to our concerns … Continue reading

  • Does Intelligent Design Deserve Academic Freedom?

    Over at The Conversation, Peter Ellerton rightly points out that “How a debate is framed can change the point at issue.” Ellerton, who is Lecturer in Critical Thinking at the University of Queensland, uses intelligent design as an example of how framing can … Continue reading

  • Evolutionary Computing: The Invisible Hand of Intelligence

    Darwinian evolution is characterized by an utter lack of guidance; it is the “blind watchmaker” of Dawkins. It doesn’t know where it’s going. It doesn’t know it is building a watch. It doesn’t know what a watch is. There is … Continue reading

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