Fossil evidence reveals that evolutionary change is seldom directional.
As a parent, one of my biggest concerns is that my children have a direction for their lives. I don’t want them to waste … more
"Teaching the controversy" is controversial. Sides have been drawn.
On one side, most intelligent design (ID) proponents want students to become familiar with the evidence cited in support of … more
Where were you on September 1, 2005? Perhaps you missed the announcement of a scientific breakthrough: the influential journal Nature published the completed sequence of the chimpanzee genome.1
This … more
Did man crawl his way into existence over millions of years? Or did he leap to two feet by supernatural design? Did humans emerge from amoebas or did a Creator intend for life to possess purpose, … more
One of the complex challenges facing evolutionists can be described in simple terms. It is the problem of time. For naturalistic evolution to work, the rate of speciation (introduction of new species) … more
Evolution predicts change over time, not stasis; so researchers continue to search for an organism that shows significant evolutionary change. A recent analysis of marine creatures, however, revealed … more
by Dr. Fazale ("Fuz") Rana and Robert Bowman Jr.
1. Icons of Evolution: Science or Myth? By Jonathan Wells. Washington, D.C.: Regnery Publishing, Inc., 2000. 338 pages, index. Hardcover; $27.95. … more
A recent collaborative study by scientists from Oregon State, Purdue (at Fort Wayne), Johns-Hopkins, and the College of Charleston provides evidence that the once highly touted feathered dinosaur, … more
Proponents of gradualism often trot out so-called “transitional” whale fossils as evidence supporting their view.1, 2 In my book, The Genesis Question, I explain why no other animal has a … more
In the Liaoning Province of The People’s Republic of China, researchers are combing an extremely rich fossil site, the Yixian Formation. It contains remarkably well-preserved remains of plants, … more
Gould once argued that the giant panda’s thumb represents a clumsily adapted wrist bone, not the work of a divine Designer.1 A number of rebuttals to Gould’s assertion have been published … more