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Artwork at Cambodia’s Angkor Wat temple appears to depict a dinosaur. Though the engraving is “stegosaur-like,” this interpretation has been criticized.
We review four main sections of the book starting with his first trip to Tanzania, H. floresiensis, Australopithecus sediba, and Homo naledi.
Frello criticizes papers that he hasn’t carefully read. Not surprisingly, his objections turn out to be unfounded.
Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson claims to have documented a recent origin of humans, using mitochondrial DNA. A reader questions the results.
Problems remain in the interpretation of the measured Pb isotopic ratios to transform them into ages.
Denis Lamoureux seeks to resolve perceived contradictions between science and Scripture by persuading that Scripture is not inerrant.
This study provides further evidence that Homo naledi is indeed not a member of the human holobaramin, but related rather to australopiths.
We ought not to dismiss the observational science for dark matter over fears of the misuse of dark matter in historical science.
The evidence for a large impact at Chicxulub may not be as strong as generally believed. A case can also be made that there was no impact.
Baraminic analyses suggest that both H. naledi and H. floresiensis are not part of the human holobaramin.
Recent articles have questioned the validity of hominin baraminology studies that place Homo naledi in the human holobaramin.
The best hypothesis for the origin of the H. naledi assemblage in the Dinaledi Chamber is still intentional burial/disposal by other H. naledi.
Taken together, genomic data for both the alleged fusion and cryptic centromere sites refute the concept of fusion in a human-chimpanzee common ancestor.
Without accurately known decay half-lives, all radioisotope ages cannot be accurately determined or be considered absolute ages.
Baraminology is a holistic science and should distinguish between more or less important morphological characteristics.
Re-analysis of O’Micks’ character sets show that the lack of baraminic distance correlations is likely the result of a small taxon sample.
Judgment in Nahum follows the pattern of Babel. God would come down, incapacitate a rebellion, and scatter rebels. This contradicts a widely-held belief.
The BioLogos Foundation published a popular-level article by old-earth geologists Gregg Davidson and Ken Wolgemuth presenting arguments for an old earth.
The place of the biblical Flood in the geological record remains one of the most hotly debated issues among creationist geologists today.
If we do not understand the dimensions of the war we are engaged in, we are already halfway to theological and historical oblivion.
The current chimpanzee genome assembly has problems that reduce its veracity as an authentic representation.
Until now there have been two basic theories on the evolution of cellular complexity.
The recent claim that “conflicting networks” in the brain that explain belief and unbelief in God cannot be true.
With the inclusion of 37 postcranial morphological characters, this work attempts to reassess the baraminic classification of H. naledi.
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