The Hawaiian Island chain is 3,700 miles long and 70 million years old.
Cover Story 7/29/02
A new breed of anti-evolutionists credits it to an unnamed intelligence
Two people come to your door with a petition to give evolution some competition in the science classroom.
When the King James translation of the Bible was produced in 1611, nothing was known of geology.
Ever since Charles Darwin published Origin of the Species, the theory of evolution has been a battleground for competing scientific claims and religious ideologies.
July 3, 2002 Posted: 2:30 PM EDT (1830 GMT)
The toothy animal, Pederpes finneyae, lived between 348 million and 344 million years ago in what is now Scotland.
Parallel accounts of the flood, some written hundreds of years before Genesis was written, support its historical basis.
Bible expositors have taken the phrase "in the image of God" and blown it into proportions far beyond the simpler intentions of the text.
Issue: Jul/Aug 2002 | Vol 2, No 1112
Phillip Johnson’s Darwin on Trial, for example, received a remarkably scathing, hostile review in Scientific American (See "Impeaching a Self Appointed Judge" by Stephen Jay Gould, July 1992).
Republished from: Scientific American - June 18, 2002
Opponents of evolution want to make a place for creationism by tearing down real science, but their arguments don't hold up.
Human rationality has wrought a terrible toll on the biblical text causing needless tension between science and the Bible.
In Genesis 1:25-27, the creation of man follows the creation of animal life, and this order is reversed in Genesis 2:19-20.
In 1928-29, Leonard Woolley excavated the ancient city of Ur in Southern Mesopotamia.
What does it take to build an ark?
It appears highly unlikely that Adam could have been the first farmer to grow wheat and bake bread.
So, this is paradise - a bountiful garden, a lovely wife, no screaming kids.
Daniel's curiosity was answered, "But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the end; many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased" (Dan.
It was reported that the Scottish geologist, Hugh Miller, was driven insane in his attempts to reconcile the geologic column with the Genesis narrative.