The following articles are related to the topic of EVOLUTION

More Evolutionary Nonsense

Those who subscribe to Darwin's theory of organic evolution continue to frantically look for evidence to undergird their baseless ideas. Their panic is fueled by the acceleration of scientific data that establish how very complex our universe is. The probability of an "accidental" cosmos (instead of a chaos) and an earthly environment of marvelous living creatures becomes more remote, even ... read more »

The Eye of the Evolutionary Storm

In 1993, we published our book, The Human Body: Accident or Design? Therein we called attention to the amazing design characteristic of the human eye. Such design eloquently argues for a designer, namely God. Further, it disputes the baseless notion that random processes in nature could produce such a phenomenal instrument. Even staunch evolutionists have been forced to acknowledge that ... read more »

Evolutionary Theory: A Reed in the Wind

Jesus once asked, regarding John the Immerser: "What went ye out into the wilderness to behold? A reed shaken with the wind?" (Matthew 11:7). A reed "shaken with the wind" implies instability-a trait not characteristic of John. But the metaphor reminds one of the instability that accompanies the theory of evolution. It truly is a reed shaken with the wind. ... read more »

An Evolutionary Anomaly or “Barking Up the Wrong Tree”

An "anomaly" is defined as an abnormality, an irregularity, a deviation from the normal arrangement. In the evolutionary explanation of living creatures, there are numerous anomalies that cast grave suspicion upon the theory - to express the matter in the mildest possible way. The following are a few examples of these "deviations" from the normal arrangement that undermine Darwin's theory ... read more »

Why People Believe in Evolution

The most insidious and damaging ideology ever foisted upon the mind of modern man is the notion that human beings are but animals, and the offspring of other, more primitive creatures. It is known as the theory of organic evolution. This concept has been reflected in recent years in such volumes as Phil Donahue's, The Human Animal (1986), and in ... read more »

Evaluating Evolution in Plain English

Little children are taught about evolution from an early age, and the media continues to propagate it unabashedly. The following quotation is typical. "The virtually infinite variations of life are the fruit of the evolutionary process. All living creatures are related by descent from common ancestors. Humans and other mammals are descended from shrewlike creatures that lived more than 150,000,000 ... read more »

Are Genesis and Evolution Compatible?

In his book, The Source, John Clayton, promoter of the "Does God Exist?" program, wrote: "Ever since the first ideas about evolution appeared around 900 B.C., men have viewed the subject as an adamantly opposed concept to the concept of a supreme being. . . If we look carefully at the issues about which we are talking, however, we can ... read more »

Problems for the Theory of Evolution

Occasionally, news articles come to our attention which contain data that really throw a "monkey wrench" into the theory of evolution. Let me mention three such items I noted a few years ago. Mount Saint Helens Evolutionary scientists date the earth at approximately 4.5 to 5 billion years old. Most folks are not aware that there is really no incontrovertible ... read more »

Al Gore on Evolution and School Violence

While Al Gore was vice-president of the United States, he deserved due respect because of the position he held. This is the biblical teaching of Romans 13:1ff. When Paul wrote that epistle, one of the worst rulers in history, Nero Caesar, was on the imperial throne. And yet the inspired apostle suggested that even he was entitled to "honor" (13:7)-not ... read more »

What Do You Really Know about Evolution?

What do you really know about evolution? Not much, I assure you! Dr. Colin Patterson, who was senior paleontologist of the British Museum of Natural History, delivered a speech at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on November 5, 1981. He began by saying: I'm speaking on two subjects, evolutionism and creationism, and I believe it's ... read more »