Reasons to Believe

Early Human Migration

  • New Date for First Aussies

    It may seem so, or at least it did a few years ago. The RTB creation model places the creation of humanity at roughly 50,000 years ago, with the spread of peoples and civilization outward from … more

  • Early Americans

    TNRTB Archive - Retained for reference information

    Ancient skulls recovered from Baja California are consistent with a biblical model for human migration. Anthropologists from Mexico, Spain, and … more

  • Bering Land Bridge Vegetation

    TNRTB Archive - Retained for reference information

    Article in Nature shows that bluegrass, rye, sage, buttercup, mustard, poppy, and chickweed dated at 16,000 – 24.000 years ago were abundant … more

  • Diseases Follow Human Origin and Spread

    Some Christians perceive that scientific advance affirms evolution and negates biblical creation. But in reality, scientists investigating humanity’s origin have made no discoveries that … more

  • The Great Divide of Peleg's Time

    In the genealogy of Noah's son Shem, we see the name Peleg and along with it a brief note that "in his time the earth was divided."(1) I've linked this statement with the break up of the warm land … more

  • Y-Chromosome Reveals Evolutionary Limits

    Y-chromosome studies have just answered a long-standing anthropological question: Are modern Japanese people descended from the Jomon or from the Yayoi people?1 The Jomon migrated to Japan from the … more

  • The Broken Tie that Binds

    According to Genesis, the human race both before and after the Flood ignored God's direct command to spread out and fill the earth.1, 2 Despite God's warnings about the seriousness of disobedience, … more