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A fresh Christian apologetic for a WEIRD age
How Christianity forged the 'weird' values the West now largely takes for granted.
by Philip B. Bell
Double standards in the creation/evolution debate
As Bible-believing Christians, we stand on the rock-solid foundation of the Word of God, with eyewitness testimony of what He did at the creation of the universe recorded in the opening chapters of Genesis. And affirmed as history by the Apostle Paul, and the Lord Jesus Himself.
by Mark James
The epistemic abyss of naturalistic evolution
However trustworthy our minds are, naturalistic evolution struggles to know itself.
by Shaun Doyle
The systematic consistency of biblical creation: an introduction
How can we show biblical creation is warranted and true?
by Cody J. Guitard
Creation is a foundational truth
Irenaeus, a leader in the early Christian Church, indicated that the prophets and apostles viewed the doctrine of creation as foundational.
by Jim Hughes
Is there absolute truth?
Can we use the idea of ‘absolute truth’ to prove God is real?
by Shaun Doyle
History denial
Modernists may sneer at the idea of Genesis as history but it’s the foundation for good science as well as vibrant Christianity.
by Philip Bell
The unexpected history of scientific naturalism
A review of Science Without God? by Peter Harrison and Jon H. Roberts (Eds.)
by Daniel Davidson
Having convictions is not a crime
Should compelling naturalistic explanations be enough for Bible-believing Christians to give up their convictions? If so, what about atheists who, by definition, rule out the supernatural?
by Lucien Tuinstra
How can we tell who is right in the origins debate?
Is there a simple way to make such a decision?
by Shaun Doyle
Mathematics
Some academics claim that mathematics could be racist, and that there is such a thing as ‘white math’.
by James R. Hughes
God and the beginning of the universe
Could God have entered into time?
by Shaun Doyle