The generally accepted scientific theory of origins may be usefully regarded as having two components—one concerning life’s beginning and the second concerning subsequent development....
Is the idea that people believed the Earth was flat in the middle ages truth or a carefully spun fantasy?
How much faith does believing in evolution really require?
Evolution says life came into existence from nothing. Though now commonly accepted in high schools and universities, it ignores a fundamental scientific principle—life must come from life.
In this age of #BlackLivesMatter, are we ready to confront the horrifying racism at the foundations of our Western secular culture?
Mainstream science is clear: the miracle of life took billions of years to evolve. But what if the data suggest something else altogether?
After more than a century of war with bacteria, we’re finally realising that most of them are in fact our friends.
Out of 9/11 a new ideology arose which declared intellectual war on all theistic faith and assumptions.
Science doesn't always dispel the existence of God.
Biologist Timothy G Standish looks at the history of Darwinism for an explanation of why it has been so successful.
Testing evolution's leap of Faith
Should a creator be allowed in the science classroom?
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