Get connected – use the contact form below. DARWIN, THEN AND NOW is a journey through the most amazing story in the history of science; encapsulating who Charles Darwin was, what he said, and what scientists have discovered snce the publication of The Origin of Species in 1859.
Amazingly enough Darwin is still recognized as one of the most influential scientists in the twenty-first century. However, he is largely known through more than a century of storytelling. Darwin Then and Now draws from Darwin’s own words in The Origin of Species, his Autobiography, the Voyage of the Beagle, and his volumes of personal letters.
Tracing the roots of evolution from the Greeks, Darwin, Then and Now is a journey through the scientific and social dynamics of the eighteenth century that culminated with the publication of The Origin of Species and the emerging evolution revolution. With more than three hundred quotes from The Origin of Species, Darwin Then and Now focuses on what Darwin said concerning the key elements of his theory. Darwin’s theory is compared to with more than one thousand references from scientists and historians who explain why Darwin was wrong.
Darwin, Then and Now explores the vast scope of scientific evidence published over the past 150 years from the fossil record, molecular biology, embryology, and modern genetics.
Complementary information to Darwin Then and Now is included on these Pages –
Darwin Dilemmas – Highlight of the contradictions in Natural Selection Charles Darwin developed in The Origin of Species on the topics of Advantages, Chance, Perfection, Variation, and Power along with Darwin’s problems with the lack of Evidence from the fossil record, the abandonment of the Scientific Method, and his failure to define the key term of the book–Species.
Scientific Revolution – The scientific revolution was launched by scientists with a biblical worldview, including Nicholas Copernicus (1473), John Napier (1550), Francis Bacon (1561), Galilei Galileo (1564), Johannes Kepler (1571), Blaise Pascal (1623), Robert Boyle (1627), John Ray (1627), Nicholas Stenonius (1631), Isaac Newton (1642), John Woodward (1665), Leonhard Euler (1707), Carolus Linnaeus (1707), William Herschel (1738), David Brewster (1781), Michael Faraday (1791), Samuel F.B. Morse (1791), Charles Babbage (1792), John Herschel (1792), Joseph Henry (1797), Matthew Maury (1806), Louis Agassiz (1807), James Simpson (1811), James Joules (1818), George Stokes (1819), Gregor Mendel (1822), Louis Pasteur (1822), Henri Fabre (1823) Lord William Thomson Kelvin (1824), Bernhard Rieman (1826), Joseph Lister (1827), James Clark Maxwell (1831), Lord Rayleigh (1842), Max Planck (1858), and Albert Eisenstein (1879)
Featured Articles – Recent published articles highlighting the problems of biological evolution, including Acts of Faith: Evolution is Magical, Medieval Sorcery, Inconsistent Nature, The Enigma of Life’s Stupendous Prodigality, Darwin’s Dilemma, Signature in the Cell, When to Doubt a Scientific Consensus, Why Darwinism is False, The Last Days of the Facade Knowing, Altenberg-16.
Radiometrics – Explanations highlighting why problems exist with radiometric dating methods used to establish the age of the universe.
Media – Videos highlighting the problems of biological evolution – Evolution Vs God, Rage Against God Expelled, Signature in the Cell, Voyage that Shook the World, Darwin’s Dilemma, Bill O’Reiley & Ben Stein, and Expelled.
Reference Library – Books highlighting the problems with biological evolutionary, including books written by atheists.