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South Carolina Education Committee Allows Critical Discussion of Evolution

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Despite outcries from evolutionists, the South Carolina Education Oversight Committee has approved new standards which would allow public school students to learn arguments both for and against evolution. As previously reported, South Carolina Senator Mike Fair objected to pro-evolution curricula proposed in his state earlier this year. Fair, a member of the […]

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New Poll Reveals Widespread Skepticism in U.S. Toward Evolution, Big Bang

WASHINGTON – According to a new Associated Press poll, over 50% of Americans believe the origin of the universe was guided by a supreme being, while a similarly high number question the reliability of evolution and the big bang theory. In a nationwide poll conducted by the Associated Press and research group GfK, over 1,000 […]

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UConn Professor Who Went Ape on Campus Evangelists: ‘I’m in Deep Trouble’

STORRS, Conn. – A Darwinian professor at the University of Connecticut (UConn) who asserted his ape ancestry is defending his actions during a recent campus gospel presentation, while university officials have released a statement decrying his “abusive language and confrontational posture.” As previously reported, James Boster, Professor of Anthropology at University of Connecticut, spent over two […]

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‘Bad for Humankind’: Bill Nye Attacks Ken Ham’s Biblical Beliefs in Opinion Column

Two-and-a-half months after creationist Ken Ham publicly debated evolutionist Bill Nye ‘the Science Guy,’ Nye has written a column for a skeptics magazine, in which he lambasts Ham’s biblical Creation beliefs. As previously reported, Ham, president of Answers in Genesis (AiG), and Nye discussed the question, “Is creation a viable model of origins in today’s […]

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‘Science Does Not Disprove God’: Renowned Mathematician Declares that God Exists

In a book to be officially released nationwide today, a prestigious mathematician is arguing that science does not disprove the existence of God. Dr. Amir Aczel is a well-known mathematician with a Ph.D. in statistics from the University of Oregon. From 2005 to 2007, Aczel was a visiting scholar at Harvard University, and he is […]

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New PBS Series Pushing Evolution Urges Viewers to ‘Come Face-to-Face with Their Inner Fish’

In a new television series on PBS, an evolutionary paleontologist tries to convince viewers that they are direct descendants of fish from millions of years ago. Dr. Neil Shubin is a professor at the University of Chicago who primarily studies evolution. In 2008, Shubin published a best-selling book titled Your Inner Fish: A Journey into […]

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Upcoming ‘Blood Moon’ Lunar Eclipses Spark Woes, Discussion About End Times Bible Prophecy

Christians worldwide are divided over the significance of four upcoming ‘blood moon’ lunar eclipses, namely whether or not the celestial events mark the fulfillment of end times biblical prophecies. During the wee hours of Tuesday morning, the full moon will pass through the Earth’s shadow, causing a total lunar eclipse. The eclipse will be visible from […]

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‘Created on the Sixth Day’: Proposed South Carolina Bill Recognizes Creation of Woolly Mammoth

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Despite criticism from evolutionists, a proposed bill in South Carolina has been amended to include a reference to the biblical creation account. House Bill 4482 (HB4482) is a short bill which would officially designate the Columbian Mammoth as South Carolina’s state fossil. Lawmakers say the remains of hundreds of mammoths have been […]

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Controversy Erupts After Christian School Affirms Commitment to Literal Creation Account

DAYTON, Tenn. – Were Adam and Eve historical people, specially created by God? This simple question has created a significant rift in a small Christian college in eastern Tennessee. Bryan College is an evangelical Christian school in Dayton, Tennessee, with a total enrollment of approximately 1,400 students. According to Bryan College’s website, the school exists […]

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Louisiana Bills Could End Objective Discussions of Creation vs. Evolution in Public Schools

BATON ROUGE – Lawmakers in Louisiana will soon decide whether or not to repeal two laws which allow balanced discussions of the creation/evolution debate in public schools. Last week, Senate Bill 70 (SB70) was introduced to the Louisiana Senate by Senator Dan Claitor. SB70 calls for the repeal of the Balanced Treatment for Creation-Science and […]

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