Intelligent Design
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Researchers deny their work disproves Darwin

Science | A DNA study leads to logical and Biblical—but not popular—conclusions about our origins
by Julie Borg
Posted 12/13/18, 04:11 pm

Two researchers who published a groundbreaking study on evolution in May are still pushing back against a creationist interpretation of their work.

In the study, published in Human Evolution, the researchers analyzed gene sequences in 5 million humans and animals from 100,000 different species and concluded that all modern species, including humans, originated from very small groups of ancestors—maybe as few as a single pair. It also showed that all species on earth were about the same age and emerged about 100,000 years ago.

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Science vs. Darwinism

Q&A | Challenging the evolutionary establishment
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 11/20/18, 09:51 am

Ann Gauger received her bachelor’s degree from MIT, did a postdoc at Harvard University, and received her Ph.D. from the University of Washington’s department of zoology. Her scientific writing has appeared in Nature, the Journal of Biological Chemistry, and other scientific publications. These establishment credentials are helpful because she’s also involved with the Discovery Institute, the world leader in developing and explaining intelligent design theory, which many establishment scientists despise. Here are edited excerpts of our interview.

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DNA analysis shocks evolutionists

Science | New study discovers first-known offspring of Neanderthals and Denisovans, evidence of one humankind
by Julie Borg
Posted 9/06/18, 01:17 pm

A landmark study published last month pushes back on evolutionists’ assumptions about human ancestry.

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