Creation Salvation

Henry M. Morris III, D.Min.

The Bible is full of the evidence of God’s omnipotence and omniscience, first demonstrated during the creation week. And God continues to create every time a spiritually dead sinner is created in true righteousness and holiness when they are twice-born! More...

Details by the Master Architect

Jayme Durant

When you step into a medieval cathedral, you can’t help but wonder at the beauty of the architecture. The incredible design and exquisite engineering can leave you breathless. And we all know the perfectly aligned arches and delicate ceiling details that have endured for centuries didn’t just happen. More...

How Did Homo naledi Get in That Cave?

Tim Clarey, Ph.D.

Homo naledi is the most recent claim of a human evolutionary ancestor. Exactly what the bones represent remains unclear, but they are certainly not human. An additional mystery is how the bones ended up in the hard-to-reach chamber where they were found. More...

Architecture and Engineering in Created Creatures

Frank Sherwin, M.A.

Bioengineering analyzes biological design and the physical forces associated with humans and animals. If ever there was evidence for creation on a macroscopic scale, it would be the creatures all over the world marvelously designed to move in and fill their environments based on their amazing design features. More...

Facial Recognition Study Misses the Bottom Line

Brian Thomas, M.S.

Human brains come specially wired to recognize faces. Where did that innate wiring come from? Two psychologists finagled a funny fantasy answer that shows how crazy evolution-based reasoning can get. Their conclusion, oddly enough, involves chimpanzee rear ends. More...

Genesis Doesn’t Fit with Deep Time

Vernon R. Cupps, Ph.D.

The Christian community holds varying views on the first chapter of Genesis. Some believe the biblical six-day creation narrative, while others attempt to fit creation into the hypotheses of modern secular science or other views consistent with a deep-time paradigm of a universe billions of years old. More...

Engineering Causality Is the Answer to Darwinian Externalism

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

Charles Darwin’s environment-centered externalism focuses on nature as the creative agent of change for organisms. The answer to that is the development of a design-based, organism-focused explanation for creatures’ adaptability. More...

Could You Outrun Goliath?

Brian Thomas, M.S.

At “six cubits and a span,” Goliath stood over nine feet tall. Scripture demonstrates his strength by cataloging the weight of his armaments, including a 5,000-shekel (125-pound) coat of mail. No wonder he was the champion of Gath! He was big and strong, but was he fast? More...

Luther, the Reformation, and Taking Creation Seriously

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

Five hundred years ago, Martin Luther protested unbiblical teachings and practices, sparking the Protestant Reformation. A review of Luther’s treatment of Genesis shows how taking Scripture seriously logically leads to taking creation seriously. More...

Scavenging vs. Sowing

Henry M. Morris IV

Our readers probably experience the same problem I do. Each day’s mail—both at the office and at home—contains a fair number of earnest appeals for donations. No doubt many of these are worthy of support, but I find the sheer volume tiresome, and I admit I often don’t read them. More...

 

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