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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 positive case for creation
Creationists are not merely anti-evolution. We are pro-Bible, and advance constructive arguments for biblical creation. Here’s the evidence.
by Keaton Halley
Does Leviticus 19:19 prohibit the cross-breeding of horses and donkeys?
Does Leviticus 19:19 prohibit the cross-breeding of horses and donkeys?
by Joel Tay
How do we account for so many species of beetles if Noah’s Flood was only 4,500 years ago?
How do we account for so many species of beetles if Noah’s Flood was only 4,500 years ago?
by Joel Tay
The unexpected history of scientific naturalism
A review of Science Without God? by Peter Harrison and Jon H. Roberts (Eds.)
by Daniel Davidson
Faith and facts
When debating skeptics who insist that science is all about evidence, it’s important to show that their worldview is incoherent; it does not make rational sense of the world we live in.
by Don Batten
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
Is ignorance bliss?
Ignoring the challenge of biblical creation may seem a sound decision if you think it is not scientific. But is it? Would you risk eternity on it?
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
The conversation that never happened
A conversation that never happened.
by Thomas Fretwell