Christ Calls All Christians to Unity

by Anjeanette Roberts

The other day, I heard a couple of my colleagues discussing the similarities and differences in the major Abrahamic religions’ views of God. How similar and dissimilar is the Christian God from the Muslim God or the Jewish God? One of my colleagues, pushing the dissimilarity issue, said that he wondered whether Presbyterians worship the same God as the Baptists, or the Assemblies of God, or...

Like a Fish Out of Water: Why I’m Skeptical of the Evolutionary Paradigm

by Fazale Rana

I am skeptical that evolutionary processes can fully account for life’s origin, history, and design—and that often makes me feel like a fish out of water.

“Mainstream” scientists view biological evolution as the organizing principle in biology. In fact, Russian geneticist Theodosius Dobzhansky famously wrote, “Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light...

The Cambrian Explosion and Evolutionists’ Responses

by Hugh Ross

Whether I speak at a church, a university, a seminary, or a research firm, during the Q&A time I am inevitably asked about the Cambrian explosion. I also get emails about the Cambrian explosion. Here is an an example from our inbox and my answer:

Q: Have evolutionists come up with any valid explanation for the sudden appearance of the Cambrian explosion? 


Farming Revolution Simultaneously Launches in Multiple Locations

by Hugh Ross

The earliest humans were engaged in agricultural industry, but humans were not able to launch and sustain a large-scale, specialized agricultural industry1 until Earth entered a period of extreme climate stability. Discoveries that early humans were engaged in agriculture is so recent that I was not able to include much of that news in my new book, Improbable Planet,...

Needed: Good Stewards of Genome Editing

by Anjeanette Roberts

Recent scientific discoveries have opened up a whole new world where mere humans may be able to alter the genetic makeup of any organism at will. Does this solidify a new era of homo evolutis, as some have suggested?1 We may now be living in a time in which humanity directs the evolutionary course of life on earth, creating new organisms and altering ecological networks...

Were Humans Specially Created or Did They Evolve from a Hominid?

by Hugh Ross

Some of the most frequent questions I get asked on Twitter are about human origins. Here is an example of a question and my answer in slightly more than 140 characters.

Q: I was taught humans and Neanderthals evolved from a common ancestor. You say humans were created. What evidence shows my teachers are wrong?

A: Where your teachers and professors are...

Christian Thinkers 101: A Crash Course on St. Bonaventure

by Ken Samples

St. Bonaventure was one of the great thinkers of the Middle Ages, but what exactly did he believe and what else did he contribute to Christendom? Here’s your crash course on the life and accomplishments of St. Bonaventure—and why he still matters today.

Who Was St. Bonaventure?

St. Bonaventure (c. 1221–1274) was born in the Tuscany region of Italy during the...

Another Reason to Thank God for the Ice Age Cycle

by Hugh Ross

In my new book, Improbable Planet, I list and describe eleven different reasons why a human civilization sustaining billions of humans would be impossible if it were not for our living at the end of a highly fine-tuned ice age cycle. Now, a scientific research team has discovered a twelfth reason.1 An especially strong ice age cycle, like the one we are in now, generates...