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  • 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

  • Evolutionists’ Storytelling Addiction

    By David Coppedge For professionals who should be concerned with evidence, many evolutionists are given to rampant speculation.  The tipoff is usually a phrase like “may have,” “could have,” or “conceivably.” Ritual storytelling:  Nature (23 Jan 2013) suggested the possibility that civilization … Continue reading

  • The Law of Biogenesis [Part II]

    [EDITOR’S NOTE: Part I of this two-part series appeared in the January issue. Part II follows below, and continues, without introductory comments, where the first article ended.] “Well, I know it’s impossible, but maybe…” How do atheistic evolutionists get away with teaching … Continue reading

  • How Ancient was Ancient Paint Factory

    Imagine if you can, being one of those that were driven out from the Tower of Babel.  Just you and your family and whatever you could carry on your back or in a wagon and heading out into the wilderness … Continue reading

  • Scientists Don’t Know How Universe Works, Started

    Perhaps no realm of inquiry is as fraught with fantastic speculation as the origin of the universe. Theories of how it could have come about naturally have regularly been proposed and discarded as new evidence surfaces. Ongoing studies seem to … Continue reading

  • Did Life Evolve From Floating Rocks?

    If evolution is a fact, then which fact is a fact and which fact is not a fact?  It amazes me to see so many people adamantly claim that evolution is a fact and has been proven when they still … Continue reading

  • Doctrine of God – Part 19

    The Nature of God: His Eternality Introduction: Noted church historian Gerald Bray points out that the Christian doctrine of God contains two distinct, though obviously related, aspects: who is God and what is God like?[i] We have sought to answer … Continue reading

  • Daily Devotional: What It Means To See God

    June 23 Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. Matthew 5:8 It’s very important for believers to have pure hearts that follow God.  They need be pure on the basis of God’s pure and holy Word.  What reward … Continue reading

  • Nuclear Physicist Embraces Biblical Creation

    Jonathan Sarfati Chats with Dr Jim Mason Dr Jim Mason has a B.Sc. in Engineering Physics from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and a Ph.D. in Experimental Nuclear Physics from McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He had a 37-year engineering and … Continue reading

  • ISCAST, CASE and New College: It’s time to return to the Word of God!

    The topic of a lecture advertised for 18 July 2011 caught my attention, “How we became human from the beginning: the current evidence and what may a Christian make of it?”1 It’s one of the regular lectures hosted jointly by … Continue reading

  • Is Our Moon Unique or Common?

    Next to the sun, our moon is the largest and brightest object in the sky.  It has been the subject of worship, songs, poetry, novels and movies.  It’s been a guide for sailors, travelers and farmers.  The moon’s gravity is … Continue reading

  • Evolution of Smell Stinks

    Using high resolution CT scanners, researchers scanned the fossilized skulls of what they claim are the ‘oldest’ mammals and ‘proto’ mammals.  Supposedly these fossils date back to 190 million years ago and older.  The purpose of the scans was to … Continue reading

  • Great Creation Scientists: Nicolaus Steno

    Founder of modern geology and young–Earth creationist Nicolaus Steno has been recognized as making some of the first ‘truly great discoveries’ in geology.1 His fundamental principles of geology are still routinely used to interpret sedimentary rock layers. Although he is … Continue reading

  • Daisy Method for the Detection of Exoplanetary Life

    Does anyone else get tired of seeing sequel after sequel after sequel?  Well, prepare yourself for another sequel in the series called “This Planet Could Host Life.” In three previous posts: First Planet to Support Life or Is It?; Extrasolar … Continue reading

  • Dinosaur Stumble Preserved in Trackways

    Scientists have described a trackway of a theropod dinosaur beautifully preserved in soft mud, now turned to stone, within Lower Jurassic strata at St George in south-western Utah, USA (figure 1).1 As well as leaving a trail of footprints, they … Continue reading

  • Evolutionary Cladograms and Malevolent, Straw-men Creationists

    A review of Evolution: What the Fossils Say and Why it Matters by Donald R. Prothero Columbia University Press, New York, 2007 Reviewed by John Woodmorappe his book is so jam-packed with information (and disinformation!) that it would take a separate book … Continue reading

  • The Genesis Code Movie

    Big Premise, Big Budget but a Big Mistake! The Genesis Code is a full-featured film that pits the biblical six-day creation against the big bang theory of origins. In this contest, the viewer will notice that The Genesis Code never … Continue reading

  • Biology and the Bible

    Biology, a word derived from two Greek words, bios (“life”) and logos (“word”), is “the study of life.” The Bible is the written Word of God, according to its own claims and an abundance of evidence. The Bible encourages—in fact, … Continue reading

  • Ping Pong of Human Origins

    Here we go again folks!  The rock solid facts of evolution aren’t as rock solid after all.  The site of human origins is once again bouncing to another new location.  It’s kind of like watching a game of ping pong … Continue reading

  • Vestigial Organs Do Not Prove Evolution

    by Stephen Caesar One of the alleged pillars of evolutionary evidence is the presence of so-called vestigial organs — body parts that are now useless, but which scientists theorize must have been fully functional in the distant past, when we … Continue reading

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