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Does ‘deep time’ make sense?
As we look at the foundations of the ‘billions of years’ historical framework, are the foundations rock or sand?
by Shaun Doyle
The origin of human consciousness
We humans may think our self-awareness marks us out as special but atheists insist it’s merely an illusion brought about by our brain chemistry. Why, then, do cognitive scientists, psychologists and philosophers fail to explain consciousness?
by Dominic Statham
Is charity more important than apologetics?
Some people say that feeding the poor is more important than debating ‘side issues’ such as creation. Are they right?
by Lita Sanders
How do we love our neighbor?
It is difficult sometimes to get the appropriate balance of ‘grace and truth’ when responding to opponents. Here are some principles that CMI uses.
by Gary Bates, Lita Cosner, Keaton Halley
Consciousness is not an emergent property of matter
Taking apart the argument that says consciousness, rather than being a product of the supernatural soul, emerges from the complex physical structure of our brains
by Paul Price
OT scholar: Genesis teaches a short timescale
Old Testament professor: Genesis 5 and 11 are accurate and gap-free timelines that teach a ~6,000-year-old earth
by Jonathan Sarfati
Christianity and the origin of religion
Did we just invent religion? What was the original religion? Was Christianity copied from pagan religions?
by Shaun Doyle
Sound bites vs sound science
If you want to be ready to defend your faith, it pays to be aware of some of these very common sceptical ploys.
by Carl Wieland
William Lane Craig on creation and anthropology
Responding to recent William Lane Craig statements about creation and the historical Adam and Eve.
by Lita Cosner, Paul Price, Robert Carter
Dr Charles Bree, the scientist who challenged Charles Darwin’s science
A long forgotten English zoologist and surgeon wrote the first book that set out to disprove evolution.
by Warren Nunn
Countering the Assault on Eyewitnesses
A frequent claim repeated by skeptics: “Eyewitness testimony is notoriously unreliable.” Let’s investigate this claim.
by Paul Price
Does the Bible tell us how God created?
Does it give us a timetable? Does it give us the mechanics of how the parts came together?
by Chris Smith