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All articles by Dominic Statham

Dominic is a Chartered Engineer and graduate of Loughborough University in the UK. He has extensive experience of both manufacturing and
product development and holds a number of patents. As an employee of Rolls Royce, he worked on projects for the Panavia Tornado and
Eurofighter Typhoon and, as an employee of GKN, engineering drivelines for Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles. He is a speaker and writer for
CMI-UK/Europe and the author of Evolution: Good Science? Exposing the ideological nature of Darwin’s theory.

Article

December 2015
Articles > Comment

Oxford-trained scientist acknowledges the creator

Dominic Statham interviews biophysicist Dr Yusdi Santoso, who grew up in Bali, a province of Indonesia known for its beautiful mountains, stunning coastal regions and rich cultural heritage. Following high school, he moved to Singapore to study computer engineering at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Yusdi then worked for a company specialising in bioinformatics, producing software…

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Article

October 2014
Scientific (including creation)

Back to the beginning

To many professing Christians, the view that the first few chapters of Genesis record true history is akin to believing a fairy tale. Rather than accept the account of creation and human history affirmed by Christ and his apostles, they choose instead to embrace the teaching of atheists and God-haters. For instance, despite the…

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News

May 2014
News > Youth Features

The mystery of the mummy – not all science is equally ‘scientific’!

Scientists have argued a great deal about the cause of death of the famous Egyptian pharaoh, Tutankhamun (see, for example, Jo Marchant, ‘Death on the Nile’, New Scientist, 15 January 2011). Multiplying theories For many years, people believed that the boy-king had died from a haemorrhage, following a blow to the head. Some even…

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Article

December 2013
Scientific (including creation)

The myth of neutrality

Those seeking to secularise society often claim that their position is the most reasonable, because it is the only one that’s neutral — the only one free from influences arising from religious beliefs. Prominent among these is Jonathan Miller, who rejects the label ‘atheist’, describing himself simply as a ‘disbeliever’. This, of course, implies…

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Is God watching?

Article

Articles > Cultural and Ethical

Is God watching?

From time to time, I’m told that people’s behaviour is no worse than it was 50 years ago, but, according to the University of Essex, people are gradually becoming more dishonest. The results of a recent study, undertaken by researchers at the University of Essex (‘Study shows “decline in integrity”’, MSN news, 25 January…

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Dignity, ‘rights’ and creation

Article

August 2013
Articles > Comment

Dignity, ‘rights’ and creation

Earlier this year, the Equality and Human Rights Commission published a document offering guidance to employers relating to religion and belief in the workplace (Religion or belief in theworkplace: a guide for employers following recent European Court of Human Rights judgments, February 2013; equalityhumanrights.com). In this, they stated that they support an ‘individual’s right…

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