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Some believe the Gibbon-like fossil Pliobates cataloniae sheds light on the common ancestor supposedly shared by monkeys, apes, and humans.
Carbon residue preserved in zircon dated 4.1 billion years old does not reveal life’s evolution or the time of life’s beginning.
Spiders were designed with two versions of the dachshund gene, one essential to knee formation, but spider knees did not evolve through gene duplication.
An ape that can learn to walk on its hind legs or has some similarities to humans does not demonstrate that it is an evolutionary cousin of human beings.
Neanderthal architectural preferences like hot water, organized living spaces, and warm bedrooms add to our growing understanding that Neanderthals were human.
Zhenyuanlong is not a blow to biblical belief or proof that dinosaurs evolved into birds, but a testimony to avian diversity of the pre-Flood world.
The ocelloid—a camera-like “eye” inside single-celled marine plankton—is an amazing design, but it does not represent an evolutionary triumph.
Some assert that humans and chimpanzees are only 1 to 2% different, but careful re-tallying suggests there is a gigantic genetic gap between the two species.
From God’s Word we know “nature” did not experiment “with how to evolve humans.” We do not believe evidence supports a Homo designation for Homo naledi.
When a parasitic wasp skewers an orb spider and glues an egg to its back, she sets off a chain of events that alters the behavior and destiny of the spider.
If additional tests reveal bonobos actually are communicating with one another, the authors’ evolutionary leaps will still be groundless.
Paleontologists have long wondered why dinosaurs are sparse in the Late Triassic rock layers of the presumed tropics of that supposed time.
A functional view of the image of God based on evolutionary presuppositions will ultimately have an impact on how one understands sin and salvation.
Many evolutionists believe the discovery of a four-legged fossilized snake is evidence of a burrowing lizard in the snake’s evolutionary past, but is it?
Evolutionists say scales and teeth share evolutionary history but wonder, “Which evolved first?” However, God created scales and teeth at the same time.
A recent two-part piece on The BioLogos Forum admits that meshing evolution and the image of God that all humans possess is a “challenging issue.”
With Pappochelys’s shell characteristics like those of other extinct turtles and a diapsid skull, should creation scientists be having nightmares?
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