Reasons to Believe

Human Origins and the Bible

  • Arts Own Big Bang Affirms Special Creation

    If the naturalists and Darwinists were right about the evolution of humankind, we would expect both the quantity and quality of human artwork to increase gradually over time. New research, however, … 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

  • Eve's Secret to Growing Younger

    by Dr. Hugh Ross and Sam Conner

    A new discovery about a genetic phenomenon called "heteroplasmy" revises the date for our oldest female ancestor, Eve.(1) Previous research on mitochondrial DNA (the … more

  • To Clone or Not to Clone?

    A cloud of moral confusion seems to surround recent advances in cloning research. When British zoologists announced Dolly the sheep, the first mammal successfully cloned from an adult cell, my phone … 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

  • Chromosome Study Stuns Evolutionists

    A new study by evolutionary biologists Robert Dorit (Yale), Hiroshi Akashi (University of Chicago), and Walter Gilbert (Harvard) flies in the face of prevailing origin-of-man scenarios. l-2 In an … more