The Christian Science Monitor is an independent international news organization that delivers thoughtful, global coverage. We want to inspire people to think about what they've read long after they've left the page. To share what they've learned with others. And to do something that makes a difference. (Emphasis taken from the original source)This is in strict opposition to the self blurb of the Institute for Creation Research, the largest condemner, to my knowledge, of Yutyrannus and the idea of dinosaur to bird evolution:
For over four decades, the Institute for Creation Research has equipped believers with evidence of the Bible's accuracy and authority through scientific research, educational programs, and media presentations, all conducted within a thoroughly biblical framework.Acknowledging your bias is not in itself a condemnation of reliability. Misinterpretation of facts and citing other articles written within the same agency with the same bias and misinterpretation of papers does not help your cause though. Hardly any scientist in the world would accept the Bible as an adequate reference for a scientific article also; granted this article is only quoting the Bible, not using it as evidence per se. I recommend reading it and making one's own judgments rather than my interpretation being pushed out on everyone; however, if reading that sort of thing makes one angry or agitated, it should probably be skipped and only the scientific papers should be read.