An evolutionist who helped creationists

Reformed Perspective published another insight full article. This one is about Stephen Gould, a scientist who believes in evolution, but criticizes the common representation of the fossil record.

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Spectacular Dinosaur Find in Alberta, Canada

The world’s best-preserved nodosaur stirred wide interest when it went on display at the Royal Tyrell Museum in Canada in May 2017. Its skin scales, fearsome shoulder spikes, and possibly even skin colors prompted fossil pigment expert Jakob Vinther to tell National Geographic that it “might have been walking around a couple of weeks ago. I’ve never seen anything like this.”1 New details published in Current Biology back up that statement.


creation without compromise

(Promoting a Biblical understanding of origin)

This is a blog which we certainly recommend to our readers.
The editors of this blog write:

We are Reformed Christians concerned about the issue of origins in our midst.  Through this resource site and blog, we aim to provide support to those who share our concerns.  We are committed to the historic Reformed understanding of Genesis and believe that a failure to maintain the orthodox position not only attacks biblical truth in general, but the gospel of Jesus Christ in particular.

Editors:  Dr. Ted VanRaalte, Rev. Jim Witteveen, Mr. Jon Dykstra, Dr. Wes Bredenhof

This site has many good articles as well as book reviews.
For everyone who has to deal with the question of origins, this site is a must!



This is the Blog of Dr. John Byl, member of the Canadian Reformed Church of Willoughby Heights. Dr. Byl is emeritus professor connected to Trinity Western University in Langley, BC, Canada. He has a Ph.D. in astronomy. He is actively involved in the discussion about origins and writes about it on his blog. He also writes about many other topics, like developments in the reformed churches, both in Canada as well as abroad. Dr. Byl visited New Zealand and Australia in 2010 and gave a number of lectures in several Free Reformed Churches.

Check out his blog: there is a large number of worthwhile articles…