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The newscasters and editorialists will be all abuzz about the Scopes trial this week on the 80th anniversary of America's most famous court trial.
Scientists have recently made the startling discovery of a dinosaur skeleton that still retains well preserved soft tissue including blood vessels, cells and connective tissue.
How would you like to fly in an airplane produced by chance random processes—no intelligence involved?
Yet once again the popular media is alive with the sound of evolutionism. This time the story that has them all abuzz is the new claim that “running made us human.”
One of the most fundamental axioms of biology is that all life comes from pre-existing life. Still, until the later part of the 19th century, life was believed to arise by spontaneous generation.
Science, or more accurately ‘scientism,’ has not hesitated to wade into the domain of religion.
The evolutionist’s notion that man evolved by chance from ape-like creatures is largely based upon certain anatomical similarities between apes and men.
Anyone who has ever watched the monkeys and apes at a zoo, couldn’t help but notice their resemblance to humans.
The bitterest pill to swallow for any Christian who attempts to “make peace” with Darwin is the presumed animal ancestry of man.
Evolutionists continue to propose a few of our smaller and least understood muscles as being vestiges of once useful organs left over from putative evolutionary ancestors.
Inherit the Wind is not a documentary, but it is perceived by many viewers to be a documentary–drama of the famous 1925 Scopes ‘monkey’ trial.
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