Darwinism = Atheism!

Featured as a back-of-page article in the CSABC Quarterly Letter of December 2006 by Richard Peachey Top scientists agree with creationists on this one: the evolutionary worldview is essentially atheistic! The universe starts with an unplanned ''Big Bang," living cells arrive through mindless chemical processes, and biological diversity emerges without

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What I Taught my Science 9 Students this Summer!

Featured as a back-of-page article in the CSABC Quarterly Letter of September 2006 by Richard Peachey In 1995, B.C. education minister Art Charbonneau laid down new curriculum guidelines for Biology 11 and 12. Charbonneau specified that science teachers "are only to provide instruction in classroom activities in accordance with the

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Altercation at McGill!

Featured as a back-of-page article in the CSABC Quarterly Letter of June 2006 by Richard Peachey Science education professor Brian Alters is the director of the Evolution Education Research Centre (EERC) at McGill University in Montreal. During a public lecture to the Royal Society of Canada on March 29, 2006,

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Creation, Evolution, and Speed-of-Light Problems

Featured as a back-of-page article in the CSABC Quarterly Letter of March 2006 by Richard Peachey Creationists have for several decades been confronted by a difficulty connected with two realities in nature: (1) a speed of light which is constant at about 300,000,000 meters per second; and (2) a universe

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The “Big Bang” Explains Nothing!

Featured as a back-of-page article in the CSABC Quarterly Letter of December 2005 Introduced by Richard Peachey An excerpt from Alex Williams and John Hartnett. 2005. Dismantling the Big Bang. Green Forest, AR: Master Books. pp. 59f. The theoretical astrophysicist, Professor Stephen Hawking of Cambridge University, in his best-selling book

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Do Examples of “Microevolution” Provide Support for Macroevolution?

Featured as a back-of-page article in the CSABC Quarterly Letter of September 2005 Introduced by Richard Peachey Is it legitimate to extrapolate from instances of small-scale change (such as those found in peppered moths, Darwin's finches, and antibiotic-resistant bacteria) to large-scale changes of the sort that would allow protists to

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How Evolutionists Ought to Teach Evolution

Featured as a back-of-page article in the CSABC Quarterly Letter of June 2005 Introduced by Richard Peachey The quote below is from William Provine, well-known evolutionist professor of biology and history of science at Cornell University. Excerpted from his chapter in John Angus Campbell and Stephen C. Meyer. 2003. Darwinism, Design, and

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As a Creationist . . . I Agree with Evolutionists!

Featured as a back-of-page article in the CSABC Quarterly Letter of June 2005 by Richard Peachey I agree with Mark Ridley (zoologist at Oxford University) that fossils should not be used as evidence for evolution! "In the chapters on the fossil record in the Origin of Species Darwin showed that

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Classic Defense of Genesis

Featured as a back-of-page article in the CSABC Quarterly Letter of March 2004 Introduced by Richard Peachey Excerpted from Benjamin Wills Newton. 1882. Remarks on "Mosaic Cosmogony," being the Fifth of the "Essays and Reviews." 3rd edition (revised). London: E.J. Burnett. pp. 7, 11f., 24f., 39f., 59, 61, 92f., 99f.,

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Is a “Day” Really a Day in Genesis 1? Here’s What the Hebrew Scholars Say!

Featured as a back-of-page article in the CSABC Quarterly Letter of September 2003 by Richard Peachey For those who feel they must try to reconcile the Bible with evolutionary thinking, one great difficulty turns out to be the Bible's clear statement that creation was accomplished by God's powerful command "in

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