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DNA similarity could easily be explained as a result of a common Creator.
Last Thursday, scientists published a series of articles providing a detailed analysis of a relatively new alleged human ancestor—Australopithecus sediba.
A discussion on a previous ARJ paper in regard to Australopithecus sediba and its classification.PDF Download
The brain's marvelous design makes it possible for us to grow and adapt to our changing environment.
Darwin claimed that a brain that evolved could not adequately detect design. But he did not consider his own presuppositional beliefs or the implications of such an argument.
Darwin suggested that if a graded series of organisms, each with some sort of eye, can be found then this would mean that the eyes could have been produced by natural selection.
Dr. David DeWitt examines the Darwinism–Nazism connection examined in Ben Stein’s new film Expelled.
Dr. David DeWitt of Liberty University discusses the take-home messages of the PBS–NOVA documentary earlier this week.
Both the Creation Museum and the Smithsonian National Museum of History have impressive exhibits, but if you look closer, you’ll find an eternal difference.
The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) headed by Dr. Eugenie Scott has started a campaign to try to discourage parents from bringing their children to the Creation Museum.
Perhaps one of the most exciting recent discoveries for creationists has been the report of soft tissue found in a dinosaur fossil.
It seems like evolution is always in the news. Whether it is a new dinosaur skeleton, a new fossil hominid or alleged genetic links between different species, evolution is frequently in the media.
The field of human origins is a very fast-paced area. Indeed, almost every new hominid fossil that is found causes a reshuffling of the human evolutionary tree.
There seems to be a never-ending stream of media reports that promote evolution. The latest is the provocative notion that there was hybridization between human and chimpanzee ancestors.
Even though FOXP2 has a similar sequence and a similar function in other organisms, it serves a unique role in the context of a human being to facilitate language.
While there is much similarity in DNA sequences and gene expression among them, there are also important differences. In the case examined, as in other cases, the differences make the difference.
A recent article from the Washington Post had the headline: "New Analyses Bolster Central Tenets of Evolution Theory."
Last week, in a special issue of Nature devoted to chimpanzees, researchers report the initial sequence of the chimpanzee genome.
Soft tissue recovered from a Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil leg bone, and a paper in Nature describes a plant that can fix its own mutations.
Students who are only ever exposed to evolutionary theory may assume that it is correct and might not even know how to question it.
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