Category: Creation v Evolution

  • Conclusive evidence for the age of the universe?

    Age of the universe how conclusive: Hubble’s Law, Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, dark matter hypothesis, Modified Newtonian dynamics…

  • Creation or Evolution do we have to choose?

    Evolution or Creation do we have to choose? Popular science says Evolution is indisputable, it’s proof? Anatomy, molecular homology biogeography, fossils…

  • Part 1 In the beginning Big Bang or Creation?

    We are told Evolution is fact. Do we accept that? Or do we add God into the areas of chance? Or believe the Bible creation? Or ignore the subject?

  • Part 2 In the beginning – anything, but not God!

    Does Evolution attempt to gag God? Anything, but not God. Even secular scientists are questioning the validity of the Big Bang theory…

  • Are Scientists always right, consistently infallible?

    Do we accept without question a ‘scientific’ view? Are Scientists always right? White lab coats can be in adverts to make the product more credible…

  • Scientific laws and the building blocks of life

    A Physicist on scientific laws: ‘to be a scientist, you had to have faith that the universe is governed by dependable, immutable, absolute, universal, mathematical laws of an unspecified origin…

  • Noah’s relatives, the Flood and Table of Nations

    Noah’s relatives in Genesis show their spread at a certain point in time. Opponents to this say it doesn’t mention native American Indians, Aborigines…

  • How old are the stars and the universe? A Bible perspective

    Distant galaxies in the universe are millions of light years away but we are only just seeing them. How old are the stars, were they instantly created?

  • Do dogs prove evolution and are Bible kinds species?

    Do different breeds of dogs prove evolution confirming Darwin’s theory of natural selection. Upon this theory a whole molecules-to-man evolution has grown…

  • Are dragons real creatures?

    UPDATED! There are a lot of references to dragons throughout history, but are dragons real? These creatures are probably based on real, living dinosaurs that are described correctly, or they have been described with the combined features of several dinosaurs, or they may be based on a real dinosaur with additional exaggerations. Written evidence from Europe and China…

  • Proof of the evolution of the horse? What change is possible?

    Experts disagree on horse ancestral tree. New species are added and existing ones changed. Natural History Museum admits horse evolution is wrong…

  • Scientists who believe in God and the Genesis creation account

    Scientists who believe in God and Genesis creation being factually true are many. But we are often told that science disproves Christianity.

  • Obligate mutualism

    Where two different things cannot survive without each other. Ficus macrophylla, commonly known as the Moreton Bay Fig, comes from Australia and has an obligate mutualism with fig wasps. This means that the figs are only pollinated by fig wasps, and fig wasps can only reproduce in fig flowers…

  • Painful child-birth for humans but mostly not for animals

    Animals seem to give birth to their young quickly and in a relative easy manner – it’s only a painful child-birth when things go wrong. But for human mothers why is childbirth so painful? Women have had to endure pain at child-birth throughout history. Why do human mothers have to suffer so much more than female animals?…

  • Has reproduction evolved?

    How has reproduction evolved over millions of years? It’s got to be functional immediately, otherwise the species dies out after one generation.

  • American Golden Plover

    A first class navigator. The young of the American Golden Plover fly 3000 miles from Alaska across the Pacific ocean to the island of Hawaii – without their parents to guide them! Is that by designed, or trial and error…

  • The Grunion fish

    A fish that knows the Tide Tables: The Grunion fish of Californian beaches lays it’s eggs on land at high-tide on a full moon night, so that they get exactly the right interval of two weeks to incubate in the sand before the next extra high tide…

  • Stargazing tips – The Pole Star and The Plough

    In years gone by, stars were the only means of pathfinding at night; no hobby – a necessity. Stargazing tips: The most useful star in the Northern Hemisphere is No.8 on the diagram, Polaris – the Pole Star; always at the same position in the sky, exactly North and constant. It is not a bright star but easily found…