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All articles by Philip Bell

Philip is a scientist and educator who lives and works in the United Kingdom. He studied biology and geology at the University of Wales (Swansea),
graduating in zoology in 1989.
For nine years he worked at a cancer research unit in chemosensitivity testing. During the 1990s, he was also a member of the
Postgraduate School of Medicine, Bath University and (co-)authored a number of papers in secular medical journals (see longer bio for details).
Philip became a secondary school science teacher in the late 1990s, but has worked full time in Creation ministry since 2001, speaking on
Bible/science topics in churches, schools and universities. Since January 2007, he has been CEO of Creation Ministries International (UK/Europe)
and is a contributor to Creation magazine, the Journal of Creation and CMI’s website.

News

April 2014
News > Youth Features

Snakes – designed to kill?

Snakes today not only move about in various ways, but they have diversified into numerous species over the several thousand years since the Great Flood. All are complex creatures, with specialised bodies and mouths well suited to their particular niches and diets — all are carnivores. Some of the different ways in which snakes…

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Article

October 2013
Scientific (including creation)

Pseudoscience and the stifling of debate -What promoters of climate change and evolution have in common

Much effort is currently being expended to persuade the general public that lavish investment in ‘green energy’ (such as wind farms) is vital for our planet’s future and is also scientifically justified.       My purpose here is not to argue for or against the claims of pro-climate-change scientists and politicians, but to look at…

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TV Review – Darwin’s dangerous idea – Andrew Marr – BBC TV

Article

June 2009
Reviews > DVD

TV Review – Darwin’s dangerous idea – Andrew Marr – BBC TV

TV review   Darwin's dangerous idea   Andrew Marr BBC TV (Broadcast March 2009)   Some readers will recall that Andrew Marr nominated Charles Darwin as his 'Greatest Briton' in a BBC series several years ago. He claimed then that '[Darwin] is destined to be the prophet and guide of the next few hundred…

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Does creation really matter?

Article

May 2009
Scientific (including creation)

Does creation really matter?

Does creation really matter? That the Bible is the Creator's direct revelation of himself is seen as irrelevant by most people in our 'enlightened' twenty-first century. So how can Christians help restore confidence in the Scriptures within society at large and among churchgoers? We live in a 'feelings-led' culture, where few believe in absolutes and most…

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Life in the blast zone

Article

May 2005
Scientific (including creation)

Life in the blast zone

- rapid recolonisation around the Mount St Helens volcanoby Philip BellWithin a year of the May 1980 eruption, foresters began a seven-year project to replant 18.4 million trees over an area of 45,000 acres. Today, a complex and healthy forest is the fruit of their labours. Considering the incredible devastation wrought by the volcano,…

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