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Dealing with claims of Bible ‘contradiction’
Skeptics come up with Bible contradiction claims all the time—from the superficially plausible to the supremely preposterous. How do we deal with them? Also, does the Bible say pi = 3, and what does it mean by “God is light”?
by Lita Cosner, Dr Jonathan Sarfati
Has the New Testament been corrupted?
The New Testament is the most well-attested ancient work—and we are finding new manuscripts even today!
by Lita Sanders
God created with functional maturity, not ‘appearance of age’
Did Adam and Eve have navels, and the first trees have growth rings? Did God create light in transit from stars? What did Philip Gosse really teach?
by Jonathan Sarfati
‘Same old’ vs fresh and new
Evolutionists keep committing the same old fallacies, while the creation paradigm inspires fresh discoveries.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Longwinded, sometimes interesting, and marred by evolutionary presuppositions
An attack on atheism hampered by adopting evolutionary assumptions
by Gavin Cox
Spiritual practices and evangelism
How do we handle evangelism and discussions of spiritual things in the workplace?
by Shaun Doyle
Genesis contradictions?
Skeptics claim that the order of creation in Genesis 2 is different to that in chapter 1. But is it?
by Don Batten
Clean-up and analysis of small datasets can distort conclusions
Can this lead to distorted conclusions?
by Royal Truman
Miracles and science
A reader questions the rationality of believing in miracles. However, the response points out that the argument commits a logical fallacy, and that sceptical attacks commit circular reasoning.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Genesis and the Resurrection
Many Christians commemorate the resurrection of Jesus every year, but what has belief in Genesis got to do with belief in the resurrection?
by Joel Tay
No evidence for God?
How should we respond to such a radical claim?
by Shaun Doyle
Laws of cause and explanation
How can we show that they are true?
by Shaun Doyle