As a science teacher who has taught for 30 years, and been a research biophysicist, I consider this to be a theological site masquerading as scientific. I offer it to my students as an example of pseudoscience. A quick trip to "evolution" on this site exposes their intent. They start off with 3 pages of scientific fallability and follow with standard creationist objections to evolution theory. No scientifically acceptable theory for the diversity and age of life on Earth is put forward. If you check on the site allaboutgod.org you will find that the so called science site is under its unbrella. Just quoting valid scientific papers, while twisting their conclusions to justify biblical beliefs, is not science.