2005

December

War of the Worldviews sneak preview series, part 3: Mutations—part of evolution’s engine? Dec 31, 2005
The battle for souls Dec 30, 2005
Feedback: Apartheid and Christian doctrine Dec 30, 2005
Frozen in Time book series, Ch. 3: The mystery of the Ice Age Dec 29, 2005
Eroded Appalachian Mountain siliciclastics as a source for the Navajo Sandstone Dec 28, 2005
Bible schools: Training to teach truth Dec 27, 2005
How could a loving God allow it? Dec 26, 2005
Feedback: Why wouldn’t God use evolution? Dec 23, 2005
Frozen in Time book series, Ch. 2: Why live in Siberia? Dec 22, 2005
Grand Canyon—what is the message? Dec 22, 2005
The Story of God—an overview Dec 21, 2005
Federal judge rules on landmark Intelligent Design case Dec 20, 2005
“Doonesbury” needs some resistance Dec 20, 2005
Was Morgan Freeman correct? Dec 19, 2005
Hurricanes and a loving God? Dec 19, 2005
Time to consider other persons of the year? Dec 18, 2005
War of the Worldviews sneak preview series, part 2: Natural processes—can they explain the origin of life? Dec 17, 2005
Feedback: Setting the record straight … again Dec 16, 2005
Frozen in Time book series, Ch. 1: Frozen mammoth carcasses in Siberia Dec 15, 2005
The CRS—a partner in proclaiming the creation message Dec 14, 2005
Facing sticker shock in Cobb County, Georgia (USA) Dec 13, 2005
The Story of God—a review of part one of the new BBC–TV series on the evolution of religion Dec 12, 2005
War of the Worldviews sneak preview series: The evolutionizing of a culture Dec 10, 2005
Frozen in Time book series: Preface Dec 8, 2005
Athena and Eve Dec 7, 2005
Tennessee again in the creation/evolution spotlight 80 years after Scopes Dec 6, 2005
A conventional move Dec 5, 2005
Creation: “a threat to the safety” of prisoners Dec 3, 2005
Feedback: Does scripture allow for the gap theory? Dec 2, 2005
Kansas University intelligent design and creationism class canceled Dec 2, 2005

November

Creation, suffering and the problem of evil Nov 30, 2005
The ‘Pilgrim’ who ‘preaches’ from a grave Nov 28, 2005
A special day for AiG–UK Nov 26, 2005
Feedback: Presuppositions: the evidence doesn't speak for itself Nov 25, 2005
In Six Days book series: Werner Gitt, information science Nov 24, 2005
Paleocene dinosaurs and the reinforcement syndrome Nov 23, 2005
Evolution and medicine Nov 22, 2005
Still making a case for the Creator at the Tulsa (Oklahoma, USA) Zoo Nov 21, 2005
Darwin still debating the creationists Nov 19, 2005
Dinosaur and human cohabitation conflict Nov 18, 2005
In Six Days book series: J.H. John Peet, chemistry Nov 17, 2005
Remembering AiG friend Dr. Adrian Rogers Nov 16, 2005
Creation’s original diet and the changes at the Fall Nov 16, 2005
A frequent refrain … that should be refrained from Nov 14, 2005
Kangaroo rats Nov 12, 2005
Doubting Darwin in Kansas classrooms Nov 10, 2005
In Six Days book series: Kurt P. Wise, geology Nov 10, 2005
Arthropods supposedly invaded land 40 million years earlier Nov 9, 2005
Saved! Using creation evangelism Nov 8, 2005
RATE research reveals remarkable results—a fatal blow to billions of years Nov 7, 2005
Why did I wait so long? Nov 5, 2005
Dover, Pennsylvania (USA) Intelligent Design trial ends today Nov 4, 2005
Equal access to the Father Nov 3, 2005
In Six Days book series: George S. Hawke, meteorology Nov 3, 2005

October

University of California at Berkeley sued over pro-evolution website Oct 31, 2005
What Israel needs ... Oct 29, 2005
Amen to “BreakPoint” Oct 27, 2005
In Six Days book series: Don DeYoung, physics Oct 27, 2005
No choice! Oct 24, 2005
Growing opals—Australian style Oct 22, 2005
In Six Days book series: Sid Cole, physical chemistry Oct 20, 2005
Does a ‘transitional form’ replace one gap with two gaps? Oct 19, 2005
ID and President Bush—the deeper issues Oct 18, 2005
A doctor’s “house calls” that changed his life Oct 17, 2005
Bright shining lights Oct 15, 2005
In Six Days book series: Wayne Frair, biology Oct 13, 2005
Nothing new under the sun: media report hypes evolution claims Oct 12, 2005
‘Creation Without Compromise’—an exciting, first-ever UK outreach Oct 10, 2005
The Gift of Scripture–it’s an issue of authority Oct 7, 2005
In Six Days book series: Geoff Downes, forestry research Oct 6, 2005
Abortion argument unravels Oct 4, 2005
Museums training volunteers to combat creation Oct 3, 2005
Of penguins and people Oct 1, 2005

September

Gorillas and tools? Sep 30, 2005
Creation, the culture wars and the courts Sep 29, 2005
In Six Days book series: Larry Vardiman, meteorology Sep 29, 2005
The mystery of the megaflood Sep 28, 2005
Given in the love of our Creator, Jesus Christ Sep 27, 2005
Defending “design” in Dover (Pennsylvania, USA) Sep 26, 2005
Two Breaking News Items Sep 25, 2005
Reaching out to scoffers in a unique way Sep 24, 2005
Feedback: Does Genesis hold up under critic’s scrutiny? Sep 23, 2005
In Six Days book series: Evan Jamieson, hydrometallurgy Sep 22, 2005
The history and impact of the book, The Genesis Flood, part 2 Sep 21, 2005
The awesomeness of death Sep 20, 2005
Another whale of a tale: creationists without a “whimper”? Sep 19, 2005
Katrina Outreach Update: Gearing up for Ocean Springs Sep 19, 2005
Young galaxies too old for the big bang Sep 17, 2005
In Six Days book series: Stanley A. Mumma, architectural engineering Sep 15, 2005
The history and impact of the book, The Genesis Flood Sep 14, 2005
RATE strikes at the heart of evolution Sep 13, 2005
Katrina Update: Bringing an anchor of hope to Ocean Springs, Mississippi Sep 12, 2005
They can’t allow it! Sep 12, 2005
Katrina Outreach Sep 10, 2005
In Six Days book series: Colin W. Mitchell, geography Sep 8, 2005
Christian reluctance to jump on global warming bandwagon attributed to skepticism of evolution Sep 8, 2005
Original Sin at the BBC Sep 6, 2005
University of California sued for discriminating against Christian courses Sep 6, 2005
Chimp genome sequence very different from man Sep 5, 2005
A newspaper with no purpose Sep 3, 2005
And the survey shows ... Sep 1, 2005
In Six Days book series: Elaine Kennedy, geology Sep 1, 2005

August

Primetime for “primates” Aug 30, 2005
A lesson from a hurricane Aug 29, 2005
In Six Days book series: John Morris, ICR Aug 25, 2005
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 8, George Fairholme Aug 24, 2005
The Smithsonian/Sternberg controversy Aug 22, 2005
Kansas controversy continues Aug 19, 2005
The Creation Museum journey Aug 19, 2005
In Six Days book series: Stephen Taylor, electrical engineering Aug 18, 2005
Science teachers hear about creation from a biochemist Aug 17, 2005
Harvard allocates millions to prove there is no God Aug 16, 2005
To Russia with God’s love … through “creation evangelism” Aug 15, 2005
History it ain’t Aug 11, 2005
In Six Days book series: Andrew Snelling, geology Aug 11, 2005
Time for evolution wars Aug 10, 2005
2005 World Summit on Evolution at Galápagos Islands Aug 9, 2005
The “tenth planet” is discovered Aug 5, 2005
USA President Bush on origins Aug 4, 2005
In Six Days book series: Jack Cuozzo, orthodontics Aug 4, 2005
A comparative study of the flood accounts in the Gilgamesh Epic and Genesis Aug 3, 2005
One community at a time Aug 1, 2005

July

2005 Creation MEGA Conference brings new beginnings Jul 29, 2005
In Six Days book series: Robert H. Eckel, medical research Jul 28, 2005
Real scientists, really? Jul 27, 2005
Posting our response to The Post Jul 26, 2005
#1 problem: Young-earth creationists? Jul 25, 2005
Creation days and Orthodox Jewish tradition Jul 23, 2005
In Six Days book series: Edmond W. Holroyd, meteorology Jul 21, 2005
A first in creation research! Jul 20, 2005
Fathers, teach your children … Jul 18, 2005
My favorite Creation Museum “exhibit” Jul 16, 2005
In Six Days book series: Danny R. Faulkner, astronomy Jul 14, 2005
Pseudogene function: regulation of gene expression Jul 13, 2005
Don’t be “resistant” (about writing your own letter to the editor) Jul 12, 2005
The Scopes “Monkey trial”—80 years later Jul 11, 2005
Genesis display rejected at the Tulsa Zoo Jul 8, 2005
In Six Days book series: Walter J. Veith, zoology Jul 7, 2005
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: James Mellor Brown Jul 6, 2005
Genesis display okayed for the Tulsa Zoo Jul 5, 2005
Cosmic fireworks on the Fourth of July! Jul 2, 2005
Scopes trial: The trial of the century and why it still matters today Jul 1, 2005

June

In Six Days book series: D.B. Gower, biochemistry Jun 30, 2005
Fall of the Sothic theory: Egyptian chronology revisited Jun 29, 2005
Blasting away at Mount St. Helens Jun 28, 2005
US Supreme Court rules on Ten Commandments displays Jun 27, 2005
American leadership in the sciences: endangered? Jun 27, 2005
Broadcast leader who helped launch AiG�s radio ministry passes away Jun 24, 2005
In Six Days book series: A.J. Monty White, physical chemistry Jun 23, 2005
The continuing de-Christianization of the UK Jun 21, 2005
Modern-day Philistines Jun 20, 2005
A growing grassroots movement Jun 18, 2005
In Six Days book series: George Howe, botany Jun 16, 2005
Potentially decisive evidence against pseudogene ‘shared mistakes’ Jun 15, 2005
Whom do you trust? Jun 14, 2005
Creation: Once Upon All Time—A Review Jun 11, 2005
In Six Days book series: Arthur Jones, biology Jun 9, 2005
Oklahoma OK:GOD versus gods at the Tulsa Zoo Jun 8, 2005
In Six Days book series: John R. Baumgardner, geophysics Jun 2, 2005
H.G. Wells: Darwin’s disciple and eugenicist extraordinaire Jun 1, 2005

May

Be ready, be equipped … to give an answer to a skeptical world May 31, 2005
The Smithsonian Institution makes “intelligent” decision May 30, 2005
The simple faith of a child May 28, 2005
In Six Days book series: Ker Thomson, geophysics May 26, 2005
Explaining design away May 25, 2005
The bird that fishes, but doesn’t fly May 24, 2005
If dinosaurs could talk … May 23, 2005
In Six Days book series: E. Theo Agard, medical physics May 19, 2005
Kansas evolution hearings: the case of the missing data May 18, 2005
A biblically-based cratering theory May 18, 2005
Looking forward to the Creation Mega Conference! May 17, 2005
In Six Days book series: Edward A. Boudreaux, theoretical chemistry May 12, 2005
The rhetoric of design May 11, 2005
Kansas school board in international spotlight … again May 10, 2005
We’ve invaded their “temple”! May 9, 2005
Honoring mothers—honoring life May 7, 2005
In Six Days book series: John M. Cimbala May 5, 2005
Our eye movements and their control: part 2 May 4, 2005
Day by day May 3, 2005
What is your worldview? May 2, 2005

April

In Six Days book series: Nancy M. Darrall Apr 28, 2005
Walking whales, nested hierarchies, and chimeras: do they exist? Apr 27, 2005
From “fish to Gish” … to a fond wish Apr 26, 2005
Dugongs: ‘sirens’ of the sea Apr 23, 2005
Life—a gift from God Apr 22, 2005
In Six Days book series: John Marcus, biochemistry Apr 21, 2005
First light from extrasolar planet Apr 20, 2005
Getting to be as flat as the “flat earth” argument Apr 19, 2005
Fossil turtles confound evolutionists Apr 18, 2005
Can creationists be scientists? Apr 16, 2005
In Six Days book series: Andrew McIntosh, mathematics Apr 14, 2005
Jason Lisle vs. Hugh Ross debate: annotated transcript Apr 14, 2005
Upper Paleolithic blues: Consequences of recent dating fiasco on human evolutionaryprehistory Apr 13, 2005
The Cincinnati Post—what kind of journalism is going on? Apr 11, 2005
Salamanders are ‘living fossils’! Apr 9, 2005
In Six Days book series: Stephen Grocott, inorganic chemistry Apr 7, 2005
Startling plant discovery presents problems for evolution Apr 6, 2005
A great man passes away Apr 5, 2005
Living after the loss Apr 4, 2005
National media “frenzy” Apr 2, 2005
Feedback: Poll results—fake or fact? Apr 1, 2005

March

Death, suffering and Terri Schiavo Mar 31, 2005
In Six Days book series: Angela Meyer, horticulture science Mar 31, 2005
Today’s youth: a thirst for His Truth! Mar 30, 2005
Defending Darwin (again) on PBS-TV Mar 29, 2005
The “Why?” question—why is school violence in the headlines again? Mar 29, 2005
‘Ostrich-osaurus’ discovery?: Shedding more light on the new startling find of soft tissue in a T. rex bone Mar 28, 2005
In Six Days book series: Dwain L. Ford Mar 24, 2005
Credit where credit is not due Mar 22, 2005
Bible vs. science? Mar 21, 2005
“Re-digging the wells” Mar 19, 2005
In Six Days book series: George T. Javor Mar 17, 2005
Our eye movements and their control: part 1 Mar 16, 2005
Creation consciousness Mar 15, 2005
Would you trust a dingo? Mar 14, 2005
Missing? or misinterpreted? Mar 12, 2005
Hominid Fever: Yet another alleged early human ancestor unearthed Mar 11, 2005
In Six Days book series: James S. Allan Mar 10, 2005
On the road with Ken Ham Mar 9, 2005
A letter that goes unanswered ... and unprinted Mar 8, 2005
“Here I stand …” Mar 7, 2005
‘Free of the burden of evolution?’ Mar 5, 2005
In Six Days book series: Bob Hosken Mar 3, 2005
Responding to the compromise views of John Ankerberg Mar 2, 2005
Philosophical naturalism and the age of the earth: are they related? Mar 2, 2005
Putting lives back together! Mar 1, 2005

February

Ancient humans are not all that ancient Feb 25, 2005
In Six Days book series: John R. Rankin Feb 24, 2005
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: Thomas Gisborne Feb 23, 2005
Not just a pretty picture Feb 19, 2005
In Six Days book series: Timothy G. Standish Feb 17, 2005
“Ripples” of galaxies—another blow to the big bang Feb 16, 2005
Have motor home�will travel! Feb 15, 2005
Auschwitz, pedophilia and tsunamis Feb 14, 2005
In Six Days book series: Keith H. Wanser Feb 10, 2005
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: Henry Cole Feb 9, 2005
A Philly story Feb 8, 2005
Telegraphing the wrong message Feb 5, 2005
“Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing” Feb 4, 2005
In Six Days book series: Dr. Ariel A. Roth Feb 3, 2005
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century, part 4: Andrew Ure Feb 2, 2005
Time to getmore transparent Feb 1, 2005

January

Evolution in American education and the demise of its public school system Jan 31, 2005
Decontaminating our children Jan 29, 2005
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 3, George Bugg Jan 26, 2005
Death, dating and the days of creation Jan 25, 2005
Feedback: When it comes to my body, �leave the choosing to me� Jan 21, 2005
Dino dinner hard to swallow? Jan 21, 2005
The sticker didn�t stick (ordid it?) Jan 20, 2005
In Six Days book series: Henry Zuill Jan 20, 2005
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 2 Jan 20, 2005
The “King” of hearts Jan 18, 2005
The Riddle of creation/evolution Jan 17, 2005
Bone box bashers blasted Jan 15, 2005
Tsunami feedback Jan 14, 2005
In Six Days book series: Paul Giem Jan 13, 2005
Late-breaking news —Teaching of origins highlighted in major media Jan 13, 2005
The talk of the town Jan 11, 2005
“Lost” without Genesis: Coping with the “DeathWave” Jan 10, 2005
In Six Days book series: John K.G. Kramer Jan 6, 2005
British scriptural geologists in the first half of the nineteenth century: part 1: Historical setting Jan 5, 2005
Apartheid and ‘The Cradle of Humankind’ Jan 4, 2005
Who’s transforming our society? Jan 3, 2005
ECFA Evangelical Press Association BBB Accredited Charity