Creationism

A Horse is a Horse, Of Course!

A Horse is a Horse, Of Course!

Evolutionists claim all things evolved from some cosmic soup, but we know that God created all things, and all things procreate after their kind. So, a horse is a horse, of course, and was never a fish. The picture left shows the world’s tallest living horse and the world’s smallest. At 202 cm (6 ft 7½ inches) from hoof to shoulder, the Belgian draught horse “Radar” towers over the 44.5 cm (17½ inch) high miniature brown mare “Thumbelina”.1 (see photo) Read More

A Tale of Two Fleas

A Tale of Two Fleas

Imagine a colony of fleas living inside a motor car, the only home they have ever known. Two of them—let’s call them C and E—begin to scientifically investigate this world of theirs. By studying the processes going on in the car, they discover all the basic laws of chemistry and physics—motion, gravity, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, and so on. Everything they have learned can be proved by repeatable experiments, so they eventually agree on every conclusion. Finally a young flea asks them a fateful question: ‘How did this car come about in the first place’ Read More

Racism – A Consequence of evolution?

Racism – A Consequence of evolution?

What’s wrong with the picture below More blatantly than most, it typifies the racism inherent in a lot of human evolutionary progressions. Did you notice that the transitional hominid just before the end (second from right) looks like a modern-day African (albeit a bit scruffier), while the pinnacle of human evolution is a ‘white’ European-looking man Why is a white person as a representative of modern humans, when a majority of the world’s population has medium-brown skin, eyes, and hair coloration The subtle message here is that lighter skin means that the individual is more evolved. (also see related Creationism articles) Read More

The Emergent Deception: The Evolution Factor

The Emergent Deception: The Evolution Factor

“Brian McLaren: Christians in denial over evolution of faith,” screamed one headline.1 Another reprint of the same article quoted him as saying, “Evolutionary Christianity has freed me.”2 When we wrote about the Evolutionary Christianity teleseminar series, we said it was unclear what exactly the ‘rockstar of the emergent church’ (not our moniker for him) had to add to a discussion about evolutionary Christianity. Given the favorable press his teleseminar session received, it seemed worth revisiting it.3 Read More

Syntax and semantics in Genesis 1

Syntax and semantics in Genesis 1

New versions of the once popular “gap” theory are now arising. The motive is the same—to accommodate an old universe (and Earth) into Genesis 1, but to still retain a recent, literal six-day Creation Week. However, correct exegesis with close attention to syntax and semantics, plus the recognition of no verb tenses in the Hebrew, preclude any possible “reading” of long ages into the Hebrew of the key texts, verses 1–3 and 14–16. The strongest argument confirming the traditional view that Genesis 1:1 describes the creation of a young universe at the beginning of Day One of Creation Week is still the link to Genesis 1:2 through the word “earth”. Related Creation Articles Read More

Earth Was Created for Life

Earth Was Created for Life

Institute for Creation Our solar system is filled with amazing planets, but none are perfect for life except the earth. Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. It gets very hot and very cold. It has a very slow spin. The side facing the sun is heated to 800 (F) while the side away from the sun is cooled to –298 degrees (F). (See Related Creation Content) Read More

Conference Concludes Origin of Life Research Is at a Standstill

Conference Concludes Origin of Life Research Is at a Standstill

The Institute for Creation Research Where did the first living cell come from According to The Independent, Charles Darwin "was flummoxed by the ultimate mystery of mysteries: what led to the origin of life itself"1 Since Darwin's time, his naturalistic followers have been diligently seeking the answer. During a recent conference at Arizona State University, a collection of scientists discussed this very question. By the end of the discussion, the answer was clear—they don't know. (See related Creation content) Read More

The Origin of Language

The Origin of Language

Theories of the origin of language are first discussed from a linguistic point of view in secular writing. Evolution had less effect on linguistics than on other social sciences, yet history shows that secondary effects were felt. No true link has ever been found with animal communication. The work of Noam Chomsky brought linguists back to uniquely human origins for language, but the question is so complex that little headway can be made without investigation of mental factors. Read More

Catholic Pontifical Academy of Science (PSA) Dominated by Atheistic Evolutionist and Theistic Evolutionist

Catholic Pontifical Academy of Science (PSA) Dominated by Atheistic Evolutionist and Theistic Evolutionist

Maciej Giertych is a retired Polish Professor of Genetics and currently a member of the European Parliament. He is fluent in English & each year sends an update of his activities. He is one of the very few anti-evolution scientists who does not inject the "religion" element in his publications against macro-evolution. Read More

The Origin of Life: A Problem for Evolution

The Origin of Life: A Problem for Evolution

In the mid 1800’s, when Charles Darwin was proposing his theory of evolution, two other scientists were disproving a commonly held notion.  At the time, many people believed in spontaneous generation.  Spontaneous generation is the belief that living things can arise from non-living material.  According to this view, worms, flies or even mice would simply spring forth from decaying meat, grain or other materials.  Scientists of the day had no idea about the complexity of the molecules that make up even the tiniest living thing. Read More