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  • See John West on “Scientism in the Age of Obama” Now!

    That was fast. Discovery Institute’s John West spoke on “Scientism in the Age of Obama” just yesterday at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC — and they’ve already got the speech up on YouTube. There’s a cute exchange at the … Continue reading

  • Why Teach Evolution?

    Andrew J. Petto, Ph.D. Department of Biological Sciences, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee ( From the early 20th century onward, teaching biological evolution in the public schools has been a contentious issue. Although a series of federal court decisions has upheld the … Continue reading

  • Three-parent embryos: What should biblical creationists think?

    The UK has recently approved the creation of three-parent embryos by nuclear transfer of the mother’s egg to a donor egg that has had its nucleus removed. This is hailed as a possible solution that would allow women with mitochondrial … Continue reading

  • What the Assisted Suicide Debate Has to Do with Evolution

    It’s not possible to remind yourself too often how evolutionary thinking ramifies through the culture. Assisted suicide, for example, the subject of a proposed new law before the California State Legislature, as Wesley Smith wrote here. Senate Bill 128 would bring … Continue reading

  • Social Darwinism Is Back

    If you thought Social Darwinism went out with eugenics, look at what leaders of social policy are saying. Some evolutionists like to point out that evolutionary theory has come a long way since Darwin, but the language in this press release … Continue reading

  • Creation Science: Old Earth vs. Young Earth

    Viewers of the Ken Ham and Bill Nye debate on Tuesday were left with the impression that Christians, or creationists in particular, all hold to a young earth view. The debate, however, ignored other Christian perspectives, most notably “old earth … Continue reading

  • The boy who’s proud to be a killer Will Cornick murders teacher in front of classmates in Leeds, England

    The horrendous stabbing murder1 of an English high school teacher and the comments the perpetrator made afterwards are a potent reminder of the possible effects of evolutionary thinking on impressionable minds. Some of the sickening comments the teenage student made after … Continue reading

  • Responses to an apostate friend

    A supporter named Jonathon wrote seeking help in answering an apostate friend who said the evidence for evolution caused him to abandon his Christian faith. Dr Jonathan Sarfati’s comments are interspersed in his correspondence. Hi there, The work that you … Continue reading

  • A&E, “Duck Dynasty,” GQ, & Homosexuality

    By Dave Miller, Ph.D. No doubt you’ve heard the brouhaha over the remarks of a member of the “Duck Dynasty” cast concerning homosexuality. Though we do not agree with all of the religious views of the Robertson family, the Christian … Continue reading

  • Plumbing and Paradigms

    by Marc Ambler A few years ago we started to get a terrible stench in our main bathroom at home. It varied in intensity but was sometimes an overpowering smell of burnt hair. We have a septic tank system on our … Continue reading

  • Geography in General

    By Eric Lyons, M.Min. Have you ever stopped to consider how flexible people are when using geographical terms to describe somewhere they have been in the past or are going in the future? Perhaps you have heard friends telling about … Continue reading

  • Huxley, morality and the Bible

    by Russell Grigg English biologist Thomas H. Huxley (1825–1895), also known as ‘Darwin’s bulldog’, was the most prominent humanist and aggressive advocate of evolution of his day.1 On reading the Origin of Species he wrote to Charles Darwin:2 “I finished your book yesterday. … … Continue reading

  • How to deal with experiencers

    After reading Gary Bates’s Alien Intrusion: UFOs and the Evolution Connection, Don S. emailed CMI as follows: Hi, Alien Intrusion (6th printing 2011) is one of the best books I have read. Yes, churches should be abductees’ best sanctuary.But you give no … Continue reading

  • Creationist Ken Ham Stands Up To Atheists’ Billboard

    By R. L. David Jolly From the earliest of colonial times, there was no doubt that America was a Christian nation.  Our Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution based upon biblical principles.  They quoted the Bible four times more often than … Continue reading

  • Creation economics

    The economics of reality by Ian Hodge ‘In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth … And God saw everything that He had made, and behold, it was very good’ Genesis 1:1,31. At the heart of every subject is the … Continue reading

  • Moral Mayhem Multiplied—Now, It’s Polygamy’s Turn

    By Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr. As most Americans were thinking thoughts of Christmas cheer, a federal judge in Utah dropped a bomb on the institution of marriage, striking down the most crucial sections of the Utah statute outlawing polygamy. Last … Continue reading

  • Don’t hold the line—advance it!

    Defending the faith requires forward action by Gary Bates We all recognize that our culture today is not Christian. If we are totally honest, it’s primarily antichristian. The buzz word ‘tolerance’ is really just an excuse for ‘intolerance’ of Christianity and … Continue reading

  • Extreme Speculation Presented as Science

    By David Coppedge Things no one could possibly ever know are being reported by science journals and news sites as things worthy of scientific faith. Here are some far-out speculations coming from science sites recently: Asteroid that killed dinosaurs might … Continue reading

  • Faith not facts?

    by Tony Mator Have you ever been tempted to throw up your hands and say, “Let the scientists worry about the facts. All I need is my faith!” The surrender of the facts can feel liberating. It empowers us to boldly … Continue reading

  • Science Reporter Says Scientists Are Like Cattle

    By David Coppedge A science reporter lists several reasons why scientists are about as trustworthy as bankers. The Science and Technology Editor at The Conversation, Akshat Rathi, should know about scientists.  Not only does he hold that prestigious editorial position, he … Continue reading

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