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Amphioxus is an “obvious” link between invertebrates and vertebrates for those who believe they must be linked by a shared evolutionary ancestor.
We’ve all heard that, compared to mammalian animals like dogs, humans have a poor sense of smell. Did you know that this notion is a 19th century myth?
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?
Researchers claim to rewind evolution of bird beaks from dinosaur snouts by blocking beak-building genes to revert embryos to their ancestral state.
Examining the battlefield of Fort Mystick, almost 400 years later, can illustrate both the value and limitations of forensic science, showcasing apologetics.
Do trillions of artifacts found in Africa and elsewhere prove that the young-earth creation view is ridiculous?
The giant panda’s adaptations for its specialized herbivorous diet may have fit it for its environment through the ordinary processes of natural selection.
Evolutionists have come to largely accept the fact that soft tissues can be preserved in fossils for an extraordinarily long time. But millions of years . . . ?
Single-celled organisms called Lokiarchaeota are making headlines as missing links in our supposed single-celled ancestry.
Evolutionists welcome the new australopithecine jaws to the “hominin” family. But do we learn anything at all about human history from these fossils?
Bioluminescence helps many animals hunt, hide, or reproduce, and it remains a riddle for evolutionary scientists.
Fleas are considered a nuisance. How can they be explained as a part of God’s very good creation?
Researchers say the “big bang” of bird evolution has been mapped, revealing the history and origin of birds, but they assume all life shares a common ancestry.
Did millions of years in the dark evolve away cave crustaceans’ eyes and the brain to see?
Trickle-down chemistry supposedly solves the chemical conundrum concerning the origin of life, but molecules-to-man evolution remains as fictional as ever.
After the Flood, how did worm lizards spread around the world? Fossil evidence supports an idea long held by many Bible-believing scientists.
Dr. Hugh Ross accepts the biblical truth that Adam and Eve were the parents of all modern humans, so in his estimation Neanderthals must have been animals.
The date evolutionists report for Little Foot is old enough to keep it in the running for human ancestor, but there is no reason to consider the dates reliable.
Does the “world’s oldest sponge” confirm evolutionary beginnings of multicellular animal life at least 600 million years ago?
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