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Is raising the glass in a New Year’s toast a millions-of-years-old tradition?
Were Neanderthals our cousins, our ancestors, or just our fellow human travelers in the post-Babel world?
Can walking birds trace tracks back through the sands of time and correct some false impressions of dinosaurs?
Does this giant groundhog-like animal that shared the world with dinosaurs tell us anything about how we evolved?
Did your cat evolve to like you?
Evolutionists declare stickier toes reveal the path up the evolutionary tree.
This review will provide a cursory review of Forged, critique Ehrman’s methodology, and expose his many exaggerated conclusions.
Did ancient ichthyosaurs march from land to sea in Triassic China?
Zircons may hint at a story about the early earth, but only with the help of God’s Word.
Evolutionary researchers contend mammalian ancestors evolved night vision before the age of dinosaurs.
Ancient microfossils have supposedly solved the evolutionary enigma of the Cambrian Explosion.
Drs. Elizabeth Mitchell and Terry Mortenson discuss a recent local presentation that they attended.
Tiny technology—an environmentally matched biological cloaking device—hides shrimp in plain sight.
Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell reviews Dr. Hugh Ross’s Navigating Genesis, which, sadly, steers the uninformed into a shipwreck of faith.
“Evolving room for the brain to grow” was a good story, but even for evolutionists it doesn’t hold water anymore.
Navigating Genesis is, sadly, a tool for steering the uninformed into a shipwreck of faith, not for removing stumbling blocks as Dr. Ross claims.
Evolution explains neither the peacock’s beauty nor its aerodynamic efficiency.
Human faces evolved to vary as much as Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head, evolutionists say.
Dr. Hugh Ross wrings “reasons to believe” out of God’s Word, not by simply reading what’s there, but by twisting and distorting it.
With mice and men, practice makes perfect, but a mouse with a man’s FOXp2 gene achieves perfection faster.
Animals were flexing their muscles even “before” the Cambrian Explosion.
Did caffeine evolve again and again or did our Common Designer provide many plants with the genes to make it?
Surprising evolutionists but not biblical creationists, scientists have discovered an additional layer of information in DNA.
Will fish out of water evolve?
Nobel laureates petition Scottish government to prohibit teachers from presenting creation science as alternative to evolutionism.
Crazy-looking fossil’s evolutionary descendants are crawling around in the tropics, evolutionists say.
Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey host wonders why Answers in Genesis critiqued his series and why anyone cares.
The “superorganism” that you are testifies to the superlative wisdom of our Creator God.
Natural Trap Cave preserves a treasure trove of animals from the Ice Age until the 1970s.
Neanderthal labyrinth in non-Neanderthal fossil hints at maze of post-Babel migrations.
Indonesia’s Flores Island was probably populated not by a Lilliputian human species but just ordinary people including a person with Down syndrome.
Lenski's long-term evolution experiment does not distinguish between observable limited change and unobservable molecules-to-man evolution.
Purportedly prehistoric people chose their veggies wisely even before they took up farming, archaeologists say.
Good designs last, evolutionists conclude, but where did they come from in the first place?
Get used to seeing feathers on all evolutionary depictions of dinosaurs, not just theropods!
This predatory beast of very little brain drove evolution of brighter brains, evolutionists say.
A storybook version of hadrosaur history collapses, favoring an interpretation based in eyewitness history and the observable data.
Tibetan natives ability to tolerate high-altitude conditions is a genetic inheritance obtained from mixing with the long-extinct Denisovan people.
Microbes live in a mutualistic relationship with the human body, make up the human microbiome, and play a role in our health by modulating the immune system.
In a new comprehensive review of humanity’s story, evolutionary anthropologists tell their tale of how hominins progressed up the evolutionary ladder.
Looking for bugs in all the right places bumped human brains up the evolutionary ladder, researchers say.
The “mosaic” of traits in these people who left their fossilized remains in Ice Age sediment is consistent with the history found in God’s Word.
Do modern man’s diseases spring from a mismatch between today’s diet and prehistoric anatomy?
Our view of the members of the Trinity shape our view of prayer. Dr. Mark Bird will discuss how the New Testament authors relate prayer to the Trinity.
Does Mercuriceratops, like its mythological namesake messenger of the gods, bring us a mythological message from an evolutionary past?
UK mandates teaching that natural biological processes explain origins of life on earth.
Did this little fish lose a gill to build a jaw for its evolutionary descendants?
Dinosaur body temperatures, like Goldilocks’s preferred porridge, may have been neither hot nor cold but somewhere in the middle.
When evidence is interpreted in a particular worldview, it can sound very convincing that the evidence supports that worldview.
Are weak muscles the price humans paid for evolving bigger better brains?
When does “stop” mean “go”? Surprisingly often! The DNA code common to all living things is not quite as uniform as previously thought.
Jelly genome shakes the evolutionary tree of life to its roots.
Do the genetic roots of primate tooth enamel track humanity’s evolutionary roots?
Sap-sucking insects get a nutritional leg up from bacterial symbionts.
Are the chemical signatures in a faint galaxy the fossil remnants of our universe’s birth?
Can genetic engineers—by building a bacterium that speaks an unearthly tongue—reenact ancient evolution in the laboratory?
“Water world” is a “geological approach to life’s emergence.”
Kepler Space Telescope pinpoints a potentially habitable earth-sized exoplanet.
The mystery of the moon’s age is supposedly solved by computer simulations.
While offensive in many ways, the Noah movie's worst offense is its blatant misrepresentation of God.
Beautiful Barbary lion, now extinct, could be “re-built” and restored from its closest cousins.
Dinosaur skull changes the face of tyrannosaurus expectations and leads to speculation about ancient Arctic animal populations.
Resistant rootworms can ravage corn if farmers put all their eggs in a genetically modified high-tech basket.
“Flower of the sea” is said to contain an evolutionary link between plants and animals.
Moby Dick’s ancient cousin was well-equipped with sonar for hunting and mapping the bottom of the sea.
Evolutionary experts assert finches should be “protected” from surviving through hybridization if it leads to un-speciation.
The earliest animals, not plants, promoted oxygenation of the oceans, scientists say.
Previously thought of as something akin to a grunt, huh? qualifies as a bona fide word, linguists now say.
Baptist theologian Dr. John Gill had an essential grasp on how the creation account is extremely important to Christianity in the 1700s. It still is.
Brain imaging suggests dogs and humans are wired to respond to sounds the same way.
China’s Jurassic fossils get a new name.
Peru’s ancient Paracas people are being de-humanized by absurd assertions.
Self-assembling virtual crystals are said to show the path to life from lifelessness.
Rich new fossil bed promises to revolutionize evolutionary understanding of the Cambrian explosion.
Scientists velcroed wood-‘n’-clay tails onto chickens to reverse-engineer dinosaur-to-bird evolution. Really.
Despite debate about the accuracy of the uranium “clocks” they contain, scientists say they’ve found a zircon with a confirmed age of 4.4 billion years.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, what’s the fishiest fable of them all? Evolutionists say they have filled in the gaps in the origin of the human face.
Trace elements tell a tale of critically low oxygen that nearly turned out the lights on the evolution of complex life.
Previously shrouded in mystery, Tiktaalik’s pelvis supposedly sheds new light on the evolution of ambulatory hindquarters.
Do monitor lizards and crocodiles really breathe the same way birds do?
Did human feet in ancient time walk upon England’s river shore?
What makes cavefish go blind? Now we know (or at least we have evidence for a strong possibility). But it isn’t evolution!
You only have two arms and two legs because your gut got in the way, evolutionists say.
Setting the molecular clock to ring for “Adam” is creating controversy among geneticists.
“There is a book . . .” Ken Ham reminded Nye at the recent debate, and the Bible’s history is history we can trust.
Birds flying in V formation take aeronautical engineering to new heights.
A genetically engineered toxin is said to show how scorpions evolved.
Evolutionists proclaim discovery of the ancestral anatomy for air-breathing terrestrials in an African fish.
The uncanny ability of honeybees to remember and communicate the location of sweet nectar has been the subject of ongoing investigations.
Fish fingers were never on the evolutionary menu.
Hand fit for a human found surprisingly deep in the fossil record.
Bright baboons know nutritional needs of “Nutcracker Man” were no problem.
New “Nutcracker Man” is a mosaic of evolutionary assumptions and reality.
Ardi’s diminutive skull said to have evolved some human features a million years before Lucy.
There were no pathogens, parasites, or disease prior the Fall and subsequent Curse, so the immune system may have functioned differently in that world.
Teeth and tarsals build an arboreal Belgian beast said to be the ancestor of cats, canines, and bears.
Flowers deep in the fossil record are just as advanced as flowers today.
Are inherited fears mere fodder for novels, or is there some basis for them in science?
Neanderthal toe and Denisovan finger trace humanity’s genetic footprint near and far.
The Messel Pit preserves animals suddenly and catastrophically buried in the wake of the global Flood.
The paleontologist who found the crested duck-billed dinosaur was correct that preservation of soft tissue demands special conditions: rapid burial.