Edinburgh Creation Group is an active forum where scientifically minded people meet to discuss evidence supporting the biblical account of creation.

Whales' teeth

Some have suggested that the fact that baleen whales develop teeth buds as embryos is evidence that they evolved from toothed whales.  However, when the evidence is examined it seems to be less clear.

Is it a Bird?

Archaeopteryx was considered to be a classic intermediate between theropod dinosaurs and birds and evidence that birds evolved from dinosaurs.

The discovery of small theropod fossils in China with “dino fuzz” during the 1990s and more recently other similar creatures with feathers is now presented as confirmation that birds evolved from theropod dinosaurs.

But is this the only way to interpret these fossils?

How easy is it to make a cell?

One of the biggest challenges to the naturalistic explanation for living things comes from the complexity of the cell.

Have a look at this link showing the inner workings of the cell.

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Professor John Walton asks the question "Could life have started through chance chemical reactions on the primordial Earth?" John is Head of Reactive Chemistry at St Andrews University and a Fellow of the Royal Society for Chemistry.

Did the theory of evolution start with Charles Darwin? Paul James-Griffith presents his research on the origin of the theory of evolution.

Creation Conference 2020

Watch this space for a creation conference in 2020.

Arrange a talk

Speakers from ECG have given presentations and taken part in debates in a variety of settings, including: churches, coffee shops, The National Library, schools, university societies, pubs and radio.  If you would like to arrange a speaker in the Edinburgh area, please go to the contacts page and send an email.

The Unsearchable Riches of Christ

The apostle Paul says the attributes of the Creator are visible in his creation both his eternal power and divine glory. There is a message in creation, from God to all people. In this talk Pastor Frank explains that message.