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The divine comedy
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TrueOrigin (at trueorigin.org and styled as True.Origin) is a creationist site run by one Tim Wallace that attempts to refute the material collected in the talk.origins Archive.

The site claims to give an "intellectually honest" argument against evolution, which it refers to as "evolutionism". The site is replete with quote mines from Charles Darwin and contemporary scientists.[1] The arguments presented are not novel, with classic creationist chestnuts presented such as "microevolution, but not macroevolution" and "evolution violates the second law of thermodynamics." Guest columns are authored by such scientific luminaries as Jonathan Sarfati, Jonathan Wells, and Harun Yahya.

Arguments for a young Earth include:

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  1. The Deception of True.Origin, Jere Yost, Answers in Genesis Busted, October 16, 2007.