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Category: Design

  • Do kangaroos have five legs?

    So, how many legs does a kangaroo have? Four, right? Well, according to new research, the right answer is actually five. Yes, five. A study published online Thursday says, when walking on all fours, kangaroos use their tails as a … Continue reading

  • Old Universe with a Short Human History?

    After the NCHE Conference in North Carolina last week, I received the following email from an attendee: Dear Diego, Really enjoyed the conference! Hope you liked being in North Carolina. I have a couple of thoughts and questions about some … Continue reading

  • Discover: Evolution Made Many Ridiculous Flightless Birds

    Watching an ostrich sprint across the plain like a mean two-legged dust mop, you might think a mistake has been made. Surely this isn’t one of evolution’s prouder moments? But new genetic evidence says that the group of birds including … Continue reading

  • Who is listening?

    by Warwick Armstrong After a hard morning kicking the tyres of many unaffordable exotic vehicles at Sydney’s annual car show, Peter and I settled down for a restorative lunch at a pleasant outdoor restaurant at Darling Harbour. Peter is a staunch … Continue reading

  • Why You Should Visit AIG’s Creation Museum

    By: David Coppedge The Creation Museum in Kentucky is a treat for the whole family. Answer in Genesis (AIG) built its Creation Museum in 2007 and has now counted its two millionth visitor.  Not far from the Cincinnati airport, and within a day’s … Continue reading

  • The greatest hoax

    Jonathan Sarfati talks to Peter Hastie (First published in Australian Presbyterian magazine, Autumn 2012, pages 3–6; republished with permission.) Dr Jonathan Sarfati is the bestselling author of Refuting Evolution (more than 500,000 copies in print), Refuting Compromise and The Greatest Hoax on Earth? Refuting Dawkins on Evolution. This … Continue reading

  • Young Galaxy Mature for Its Age

    By: David Coppedge Remote galaxy that should be young looks well-behaved and mature, “truly surprising” astronomers. Using the Herschel Space Telescope, astronomers at Jet Propulsion Laboratory have identified a “young” galaxy that looks mature, according to a JPL press release.  Because of … Continue reading

  • Origin of Life Studies Show Signs of Desperation

    By: David Coppedge There is no coherent origin of life scenario among evolutionists, just a collection of odd possibilities – some bordering on the absurd. Deep-sixing the deep sea vent hypothesis:  Astrobiology Magazine, ever eager to justify its evidence-free subject, shows … Continue reading

  • Daily Devotional: A lesson from the great panic

    Spurgeon at the Metropolitan Tabernacle: 365 Sermons ‘The removing of those things that are shaken, as of things that are made, that those things which cannot be shaken may remain.’ Hebrews 12:27 Suggested Further Reading: 2 Peter 3:1–13 It is a most … Continue reading

  • News About Bird Evolution

    By: David Coppedge We’ve just heard about some amazing birds.  Now, what to secular scientists say about how they evolved? Secular scientists are chained to the idea that birds evolved from dinosaurs.  Many say that birds are dinosaurs.  Under that conviction, they … Continue reading

  • Three’s Company, but Two’s a Cloud?

    by Brian Thomas, M.S., and Jason Lisle, Ph.D. * It’s not a planet, nor a comet, but the faraway object named 2012 VP113 now joins Sedna as only the second member of what secularists term the “inner Oort cloud.” First, can we really … Continue reading

  • News for the Birds

    By: David Coppedge Our human readers are allowed to peek in on these headlines for and about our feathered intellectual friends. The genius of birds:  Illustra Media’s recent documentary is titled Flight: The Genius of Birds.  New Scientist’s recent book review is … Continue reading

  • Is the Label “Neanderthal” Justifiable These Days?

    By: David Coppedge They were our physical and intellectual equals.  What’s the difference?  The label “Neanderthal” becomes a kind of historical racism against a group of true human beings. Science news reports are agreeing that “Neanderthals were not inferior to … Continue reading

  • Herodium: The Tomb of King Herod Revisited

    By: Noah Wiener Herod was borne upon a golden bier studded with precious stones of various kinds and with a cover of purple over it. The dead man too was wrapped in purple robes and wore a diadem on which … Continue reading

  • Winning the war

    by David Catchpoole The Bible makes it very clear that followers of Jesus can expect opposition (e.g. Matthew 5:10, 13:21, John 3:19, 15:18–20, 1 Corinthians 4:13, Ephesians 6:12, 2 Timothy 3:12, 1 Peter 5:8–9, 1 John 3:13, 5:19). If any Christians doubt whether that still applies today, they have only to … Continue reading

  • Secular Evolution as an Accessory to School Violence

    By: David Coppedge No morals, no purpose, no consequences – the evolutionary view is just asking for trouble. Ideas are not the only cause of violence; sometimes brain defects can be at fault.  In the wake of another planned massacre … Continue reading

  • Every Planet Surprises Secular Astronomers, II: Outer Planets

    By: David Coppedge “Surprise” or “puzzling” are the most common words in news reports about bodies in the solar system.  Here are recent examples that discuss the outer planets. Jupiter: role in Earth habitability:  Elizabeth Howell talks in Space Daily about mathematical … Continue reading

  • Is Heaven for Real?

    By Shari Abbott, Reasons for Hope This question is so timely.  With all the books being published presenting stories of those who claim to have been to Heaven and come back to tell about it, we must wonder how trustworthy … Continue reading

  • Every Planet Surprises Secular Astronomers, I: Inner Planets

    By: David Coppedge “Surprise” or “puzzling” are the most common words in news reports about bodies in the solar system.  Here are recent examples that discuss the inner planets. Mercury: too many volcanoes:  A press release from Brown University says the planet … Continue reading

  • Stopped in Time: Another Atheist Killing Spree

    By: David Coppedge A young man who idolized the Columbine killers was preparing to kill dozens or hundreds of people at a Minnesota high school. Multiple news sources (The Examiner, Daily News, The Blaze, and more) are mentioning that 17-year-old John LaDue, … Continue reading

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