Andrew S. Kulikovsky, B.App.Sc.(Hons), M.A.
Andrew S. Kulikovsky has a B.App.Sc.(Hons) in Computer and Information Science from the University of South Australia and an M.A. in Biblical Studies and Theology from Louisiana Baptist University. He is the author of Creation, Fall, Restoration: A Biblical Theology of Creation (Mentor Press, available from our bookstore), and is an active supporter of Creation Ministries International and a member of the volunteer Friends of CMI group in Adelaide, Australia. He is also South Australian Co-ordinator for the Centre for Worldview Studies, and runs the Biblical Hermeneutics website.
- The theological corruption of the Evangelical Church
- Scripture and general revelation
- The Bible and hermeneutics
- Evenings and mornings
- How could Adam Have Named All the Animals in A Single Day?
- God’s rest in Hebrews 4:1–11
- Creation and Genesis: An Historical Survey (CRSQ, Biblical Hermeneutics website)
- A Critique of the Literary Framework View of the Days of Creation (CRSQ, Biblical Hermeneutics website)
- A Summary of Evidence for Literal 24-hr Creation Days in Genesis 1 (Biblical Hermeneutics website)
- God’s ‘omni’ Atrributes (Biblical Hermeneutics website)
- A Biblical View of Economics and Industrial Relations (Biblical Hermeneutics website)
- Creationism, Science and Peer Review
- Creation, preservation and dominion: part 1—God, humanity and the created order
- Creation, preservation and dominion: part 2—Christianity, development and environmentalism
- Creation, preservation and dominion: part 3—A Christian approach to environmental issues
- Genesis (Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries) by Andrew E. Steinmann
- Right from the Start! by David M. Fouts
- Holman QuickSource™ Guide to Understanding Creation by Mark Whorton and Hill Roberts
- Coming to Grips with Genesis: Biblical Authority and the Age of the Earth edited by Terry Mortenson and Thane H. Ury
- The Genesis Debate: Three Views on the Days of Creation, edited by David Hagopian
- Science & Christianity: Four Views edited by Richard F. Carlson
- Three Views on Creation and Evolution edited by J.P. Moreland and J.M. Reynolds
- Yea, Hath God Said? by Kenneth Gentry & Michael Butler
- Genesis Unbound by John Sailhamer
- Creation in Six Days: A Defense of the Traditional Reading of Genesis One By James Jordan
- Reason, Science and Faith by Roger Forster and Paul Marston; see also response to author
- Genesis: A Commentary by Bruce Waltke
- The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind by Mark Noll (Biblical Hermeneutics website)
- Argumentum ad nihilum: argument amounting to nothing
- Discovering God by Rodney Stark
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