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Teachers Squeamish About Evolution

It may be the only game in town, but evolution-only education isn't turning biology professors into cheerleaders for Darwin.

Is Geology in a Scientific Revolution?

The editors of a leading geology journal consider the possibility that one of their core concepts is a mere paradigm.

Who Misunderstands Evolution?

Some pro-Darwin reporters and scientists think that if people just understood evolution, they would accept it.

Uncontested Consensus Is Bad for Science

Darwinian evolution is a prime example of how an unchallenged consensus leads to unbridled speculation and absurdity.

The Science Axis of Evil

By assuming misbehavior evolves, some scientists become agents of evil, and Big Science institutions become their enablers.

Good Lectures for the Holiday Weekend

Hear the late Dr. Dr. Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith share wisdom about Biblical creation topics.

Clarity for a Holiday Weekend

Something to watch for Thanksgiving weekend.

Jordanian Teacher Indoctrinates Muslims in Darwinism

An observant Muslim teacher in a hijab tries to help her biology students become "free thinkers" – how? By teaching them Darwinian evolution.

Majority of Biology Teachers Hesitant About Evolution

Secular scientists are at a loss over how to get their favorite origins story, Darwinian evolution, a more confident presence in schools.

Big Science Faces Credibility Gap

Many people skeptical of scientific consensus are not uninformed or scientifically illiterate, study shows.

Chance as Evolution's God

Astrobiologists and their reporters completely ignore probability in their belief that life began by chance.

Archive Classic: How Darwinism Produces Job Security

This entry from 12/22/2003 we have referenced often, because it illustrates how Darwin changed science into storytelling.

Why You Should Visit AIG's Creation Museum

The Creation Museum in Kentucky is a treat for the whole family.

Reporter Misuses "Irreducible Complexity"

A secular science reporter blundered twice about irreducible complexity and evolution.

“Messy” Genomes: Did They Evolve?

The genomes of most eukaryotes are riddled with introns – intragenic regions – that have to be cut out by sophisticated DNA-transcribing machinery so that the true gene sections (called exons) can be spliced together.  Introns can vary from 20 base pairs to over 500,000 – significantly impacting the energy required to duplicate the genome.  […]
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