Behind the Scenes of The Universe: A Journey Through God’s Grand Design

Jayme Durant

How do you tell the story of the universe? I’ll give you a clue—it doesn’t start with a Big Bang somewhere in the outer reaches of space. The real account begins in Genesis with the Creator of the world. More...

Start the School Year Right

Jayme Durant

If you’re a parent, you’re probably getting ready for another school year. In the midst of your preparations, take time to equip your student with truth. Talk about evolutionary claims your child may encounter in science and history classes. More...


Sinking the Floating Forest Hypothesis

Tim Clarey, Ph.D., and Jeffrey P. Tomkins, Ph.D.

The concept of a pre-Flood floating forest ecosystem has been promoted in creationist literature for several decades. However, it appears the hypothesis has difficulty explaining a large portion of the geological data. More...


The Flood, Catastrophic Plate Tectonics, and Earth History

Jake Hebert, Ph.D.

Although evolutionary scientists insist there is no evidence for the global Flood, accepting it as literal history enables researchers to make sense of a wide array of geological, climatic, and cultural data. More...


Another Evolutionary Ancestor Gets Nixed

Brian Thomas, M.S.

Homo naledi skyrocketed to international fame in 2015 as a claimed ape-like ancestor of man that fit the story of human evolution. ICR made a bold prediction at the time that further research has now verified. More...


Arriving at a Design-Based Framework for Adaptability

Randy J. Guliuzza, P.E., M.D.

This month’s article is a map of the Engineered Adaptability series and highlights the places future articles will stop en route to its destination—a design-based framework that explains adaptability. More...

Did Fish Learn to Walk?

Frank Sherwin, M.A.

Most natural history museums have a diorama displaying fish with strange leg-like fins emerging from the water onto land. This critical evolutionary event allegedly occurred many millions of years ago. But how true is this scenario? More...


Polar Bears, Fitted to Fill and Flourish

James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D.

Polar bears are really cool. These furry frost-giants are fitted to fill frigid habitats in Arctic Ocean waters, ice floes, and shore lands. Polar bears also provide four living lessons in apologetics. More...


Godly Sowing

Henry M. Morris IV

Sowing seed is a frequently used image in the Bible, most often as a symbol of witnessing for the Lord. Unlike the farmer, Christians are expected to engage in this special work at all times everywhere they go. More...

 

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