It does not seem that the evidence supports evolutionary theory as Dennis Venema concludes.
I am not so much interested in why and how human beings became exceptional, just in defending the fact that we are.
Biologist Dennis Venema has written a series of articles that have been noted by evolutionists for their clarity and persuasiveness.
Defending human exceptionalism can be a lonely job these days.
Accepting common ancestry for humans and apes doesn’t mean one has to embrace the claims of those who debunk human uniqueness.
Synteny refers to how well chromosomal sequences from different species align with one another.
V.J. Torley and our colleague Cornelius Hunter have continued their discussion.
The idea is laughable. Even Darwinists seem to understand this.
As Michael Denton makes clear, the use of fire by humans was a development prepared for in the very fabrication of the cosmos.
When scientists propose a really inane explanation for a mundane observation, evolutionary psychology is likely the discipline invoked.