Trueorigin.org

The True.Origin Archive

The TrueOrigin Archive is a mainly science-based response to the essentially religious trilogy of evolutionism, scientism, and naturalism which is popularly perceived as science in contemporary western culture.

Posted: Thursday Nov 19, 2020

Read : https://trueorigin.org/

The True.Origin Archive

Posted: (5 days ago) The TrueOrigin Archive is a mainly science-based response to the essentially religious trilogy of evolutionism, scientism, and naturalism which is popularly perceived as science in contemporary western culture.

Read

- Selected Creation Books -- TrueOrigin Archive

Posted: (6 days ago) - Denton, M. Evolution: A Theory In Crisis Adler & Adler, Bethesda, MD., 1985. ISBN 0-917561-05-8. A general criticism of the so-called evidence for evolution, citing many of the serious problems inherent in evolutionary theory and presuppositions.

 Pre Read

A List of Origins-Related Links

Posted: (5 days ago) The Discovery Institute’s Center for the Renewal of Science & Culture (CRSC), featuring work by a broad range of leading scholars and scientists, including (but not limited to) Behe, Bohlin, Berlinski, Craig, Dembski, Denton, Kenyon, Moreland, Pearcey, Thaxton, and Wells.; Access Research Network Featuring Origins & Design, a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal and contribuutors ...

Read

Hydrothermal Origin of Life?

Posted: (8 days ago) Jonathan Sarfati demonstrates the logistical weaknesses in the popularly touted hypothesis that life could have arisen in a submarine hydrothermal vent.

Read

The Origin of Language and Communication

Posted: (5 days ago) To simplify the anatomy required for human speech by using an analogy, think of a small tube resting inside a larger tube (see Figure 3). The inner tube consists of the trachea going down to the lungs, and the larynx (which houses the voice box).

Read

A Theory of Biblical Creation - True.Origin

Posted: (2 days ago) It should be noted up front that neither of these definitions either requires or excludes any particular frame of reference to which either “science” or a “theory” must (or must not) be attached. This is important, because evolutionists usually redefine both of these terms to suit their purposes by insisting that a“ scientific theory” must conform to their particular religious ...

 Art Read

Is our 'inverted' retina really 'bad design'?

Posted: (5 days ago) The outer segment of a photoreceptor consists of a stack of discs containing light-sensitive photopigment. These discs are being continually formed by the inner segment from where they move in succession outwards in the outer segment towards the RPE which phagocytoses (Greek: phago, eat) them and recycles their chemical components. [The RPE stores vitamin A, a precursor of the photopigments ...

 Pre Read

Problems with a Global Flood? - True.Origin

Posted: (6 days ago) Evolutionists often argue more from ignorance than facts. Mark Isaak’s 'Problems with a Global Flood,' for example, deserves this rebuttal.

Read

A Critique of John Stear’s ''No Answers in Genesis'' Website

Posted: (8 days ago) On the other hand, Creation Ministries International has most fields of science covered by highly qualified scientists: The CEO, Carl Wieland A medical doctor, who is thus properly called “Dr”. But Stear dishonestly refused to do so, unfairly juxtaposing “Dr Max” with plain “Wieland” in one of the articles.

 Art Read

Evolution and Sex - True.Origin

Posted: (2 days ago) Brad Harrub is a graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan College, where he earned a B.S. degree in biology. He also earned a Ph.D. in neurobiology and anatomy from the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee in Memphis. He is a member of the Society for Neuroscience, and was listed in the 2001-2002 edition of Who’s Who Among Scientists and Researchers.

Read