Contributers

 

Are there simple life-forms? (Part 2)

Dr. Kent Hovind April 28th, 2011

Q: My Biology textbook says the first simple life-forms were single-celled ones in the Cambrian layers? What is that all about?

Are there simple life-forms? (Part 1)

Dr. Kent Hovind April 27th, 2011

Q: My Biology textbook says the first simple life-forms were single-celled ones in the Cambrian layers? What is that all about?

Vestigial structures and their purposes

Dr. Kent Hovind April 18th, 2011

Q: Biology textbooks say there are vestigial structures like…(a) human tail bones, (b) whale pelvis, (c) snake hind legs, (d) the appendix, and (e) gill slits on embryos. Are these really evolutionary leftovers?

A cow with an extra leg

Dr. Kent Hovind March 28th, 2011

This photo from a modern Biology textbook shows a cow with an extra leg as an example of a mutation. This is nonsense! Cows already have the genetic info to make a leg

Oxymoron: “Evolutionary Thinking”

Eric Hovind February 18th, 2011

I have always gotten a kick out of oxymorons!  Webster defines oxymoron as “a combination of contradictory or incongruous words: something (as a concept) that is made up of contradictory or incongruous elements.”

Survival of the Fittest?

Creation Today February 1st, 2011

Have You Heard the Tale of the “Birkenhead”?

Bacteria as a Hard Drive

Eric Hovind January 17th, 2011

Saw this article on Holy Kaw:

Name-Calling vs. Fact

Eric Hovind January 11th, 2011

It is amazing to me how many times discussions with Evolutionists turn into arguing matches and lead to a lot of illogical name-calling. Tactics will turn ad hominem very quickly.  This is how a typical argument goes: