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Internet posts continue to accuse the RATE team of ignoring clear evidence of contamination. But is this really the case?
In response to some feedback regarding a recent Answer in Depth article, Tom Hennigan takes the occasion to clarify some points.
A reader expresses disgust with the evolution-tainted taxonomy system in use today. What would a biblically based alternative look like?
Calling Dr. Jason Lisle, AiG–U.S., incompetent or a liar, a critic blasts the two key evidences of a young universe. But, as Dr. Lisle explains, the critic has not done his research.
What are beneficial mutations? Does AiG need to change its stance regarding them? Dr. Georgia Purdom, AiG–U.S., clarifies this often-contentious area.
Does the fact that God is rational and consistent necessitate that present processes are the key to understanding the past?
A reader questions our claim that the big bang is an attempt to explain the universe without God. Dr. Jason Lisle, AiG–U.S., responds.
Can duplication and mutations cause new information to “arise” in the genome? Dr. Georgia Purdom accepts this challenge posted to creationists.
The universe is full of change; almost everything in the physical universe is constantly changing. Yet, we all assume that the laws of nature do not.
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