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Q&A: Plant Hybrids And Baramins

Q I do not believe in macro evolution. I do have some questions I need answered though… Is the primula kewensis observable proof of speciation/macroevolution? If not then why? Primula Kewensis is a cross breed between a type of rose and another plant. It can’t produce with its parents but can produce with itself and […]

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We Can’t See Dark Matter

Experiments to detect the existence of dark matter particles have proved inconclusive, according to a recent science report. Some of these researchers have now concluded that there is no evidence that the particles, of which they suppose dark matter consists, exist. The report, on the science news website space.com, was headlined “Search for Dark Matter […]

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God Particles in Particular

We received a message yesterday, which was presumably not from one of our supporters. It read “The Higgs Boson is a much greater blow to your beliefs than Darwin’s theory, good luck and welcome to the age of science.” Let me explain why such a comment is particularly foolish. What is a Higg’s Boson? A […]

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Did Flatulence Kill Off the Dinosaurs?

Several news agencies have been reporting on “research” into dinosaur behavior by a team of British scientists at John Moores University in Liverpool. JMU is not one of the elite Russell Group of universities, but even so these “findings” are being taken seriously. The report on which I will comment was published in the UK’s […]

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Explaining the Flood without the Canopy

What I am about to suggest to you in this article may be argumentative to some while others will whole-heartily agree with my research.  Regardless of which position our personal opinions take, we must be careful to make a respectful difference between Scriptural truth and scientific models. The entire discussion of the canopy theory is […]

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Embarrassing Bible Interpretations

There is a monthly magazine in the United Kingdom, simply called Christianity. It might be logical to suppose that contributors to this magazine would want to defend the Bible and give its readers reasons for so doing. Not so David Instone-Brewer, a Baptist minister and senior research fellow at Tyndale House, Cambridge. He has written an […]

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Radiometric Dating — Is It Accurate?

Radiometric dating is a much misunderstood phenomenon. Evolutionists often misunderstand the method, assuming it gives a definite age for tested samples. Creationists also often misunderstand it, claiming that the process is inaccurate. Radiometric Dating Is Not Inaccurate Perhaps a good place to start this article would be to affirm that radiometric dating is not inaccurate. […]

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