It is often claimed that it takes more faith to believe in evolution than creation.
As far as stereotypes go, cavemen make easy targets—especially when transplanted into the twenty-first century.
Transitional forms in the fossil record are rarely, if ever, observed. This lack of evidence is very damaging to macroevolutionary theory.
The ten best evidences for a young earth and creation including sea floor sediment, soft tissue in fossils, carbon-14, short-lived comets, and more.
Perhaps, in fact, it’s our discomfort with not knowing what to do with cavemen that makes us laugh. So just who were they?
The secret ingredient to continual breathing? Water.
Did dinosaurs evolve into birds? Are the birds we see at our window actually feathered dinosaurs? For many evolutionists these claims are unassailable facts.
Of all of the claims of biological evolution perhaps none is more repugnant to conservative Christians than the bestial origin of man.
The graceful swan, the majestic eagle, the silent owl, and the cheeky sparrow—are these beautiful feathered creatures the result of evolution from dinosaurs?
What does the Bible tell us about the origin of birds, and just how good is the scientific evidence that some dinosaurs evolved into birds?
Why do so many intelligent people find the idea of molecules-to-man evolution compelling, while others consider it outrageously improbable?
Let’s take a look at the whole matter of aging and death from the perspective of both the Bible and science.
The essential “Darwinian” axiom of chance evolution by random change and “survival of the fittest” was broadly suggested by ancient Greek philosophers.
Evolutionism is a belief system based upon the assumption that there is a materialistic explanation for the origin of everything.
In an effort to fill the gap between apes and men, certain fossil men have been declared to be “apelike” and, thus, ancestral to at least “modern” man.
The bitterest pill to swallow for any Christian who attempts to “make peace” with Darwin is the presumed animal ancestry of man.
Interpretation of the Hebrew word yom in Genesis 1–2 has become one of the most contested issues among professing Christians and Jews.
The Scopes trial pitted William Jennings Bryan against Clarence Darrow in a confrontation over the teaching of evolution and creation in the public schools.
Evolutionists seek to explain the origin of species from a single, hypothetical, primordial life-form by means of progressive change and natural selection.
It has been said that no book, other than the Bible, has had a greater affect on society than Darwin’s On the Origin of Species.
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