May 2020

Mount St. Helens, Living Laboratory for 40 Years
Tim Clarey, Ph.D., and Frank Sherwin, M.A. Nothing put a damper on uniformitarianism like the Mount St. Helens eruption on May 18, 1980. That explosion still echoes through the halls of the scientific establishment 40 years later. For nearly 150...

 
Looking Forward to New Days
As I’m writing this, the Institute for Creation Research is in the middle of stay-at-home orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic. So, from my home office I’m reviewing articles for this issue...
Carved in Stone: A New Flood Model
Carved in Stone is about real, touchable, drillable rocks. Few books are written on Flood geology, and even fewer are based on the actual rock data. Rocks are facts for geologists. Fossils found in...
Special Discovery Center Origins Event
A popular Dallas science museum recently featured a special exhibit with an evolution-saturated take on human origins. No doubt many children, students, and families concluded from their visit that...
Compelling Evidence for an Upper Cenozoic Flood Boundary
ICR’s Column Project team recently published two papers supporting a high Flood/post-Flood boundary. Both articles are a result of ICR’s ongoing investigation of the stratigraphic columns...
Subtle Idolatry in Modern Science
Engaging in worship seems unavoidable for humans—even the atheistic thinkers who dominate modern science. Reverence and adoration lie at the heart of worship. Scripture tells us the ancient Egyptians,...
Delighting in God's Handiwork in the Classroom
Evolutionists often see themselves as champions of learning and education—proponents of “enlightenment” fighting the forces of ignorance and superstition, largely represented in their...
Human Chromosome 2 Fusion Never Happened
One of the more popular arguments used for humans supposedly evolving from apes is known as the chromosome fusion. The impetus for this concept is the evolutionary problem that apes have an extra pair...
How Do Hominids Fit with the Bible?
A recent survey showed that the most persuasive argument for evolution comes from the iconic drawing of the apes-to-man parade.1 This popular picture illustrates ape-like animals evolving...
Disconcerting Duck-Billed Dinosaur DNA
Observable facts have a way of embarrassing erroneous theories. Consider how awkward it is that dinosaur bones or cartilage repeatedly show not only soft tissues, like stretchable collagen and recognizable...
Faithful Witness in Times of Trouble
The Bible is full of instances where God used periods of trouble to accomplish His will and refine His people. The remarkable record of Job is perhaps the best example, as God allowed a season of severe...

 

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