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News

August 2017
News > Education

Education – Turkey and evolution

Turkey’s plans, announced in June 2017, to banish the teaching of evolution in schools have been met with disquiet and cries of outrage. It is important that Christians respond in a rational and gracious way. Turkey’s head of curriculum for the ministry of education said that Darwin’s theory of evolution was ‘controversial’ and schools…

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News

July 2017
News

Science – Black holes

Two huge black holes have merged, sending out a burst of gravitational waves, which essentially are warping space-time, according to reports. The signals of the gravitational waves were picked up by the Advanced Ligo facilities in the USA, marking the third time that the labs’ laser instruments have been perturbed by the warping of…

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Review

July 2017
Reviews > Book

Adam Ate With Dinosaurs

This book has the worthy goal of helping Christians to think biblically about origins. The author claims no special background in science, but writes persuasively and enthusiastically, as someone who has informed himself whilst pursuing a career in international trade finance. The book appears to be designed for non-technical Christian readers, who are left…

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Review

July 2017
Reviews > Book

Who Made God? Searching For a Theory of Everything

This is an attractively produced hardback volume. It is written for ‘expert and layman alike’ (p.10) and aims to compare two different hypotheses. Hypothesis 1 is the approach of atheism: there is no God — all that exists is matter. Hypothesis 2 is the approach of biblical theism: God is real and the Bible…

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Review

July 2017
Reviews > DVD

Test of Faith

Test of Faith is a course promoting acceptance of modern secular science, in general, and theistic evolution, in particular. It is designed for use with small groups of non-specialist Christians, such as church home groups. Spiritual journeys with Scientists is similar to the book Real Scientists, Real Faith (Ed., R. J. Berry, Monarch Books)…

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Article

December 1998
Articles > Scientific (including creation)

Can a scientist believe the Bible?

The simple answer to the question is 'yes'. Otherwise I would not be writing this article. I know that today science is often presented by the media as something that makes God redundant. But in my forty-five years as a professional scientist I have met very few atheists among my fellow scientists, and many…

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Article

October 1997
Articles > Scientific (including creation)

Haeckel’s humbug

One hundred and twenty years after the event, the popular press has admitted that the widely quoted work of Ernst Haeckel on the ‘evolution’ of the embryo was a fraud. Writing in The Times on 11 August, science editor Nigel Hawkes reports how recent work by Dr Michael Richardson of St George’s Hospital Medical…

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