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Is God a ‘moral monster’?
How do we answer challenges of ‘atrocities’ in the Old Testament?
by Lita Sanders
Misrepresenting creationism
Misrepresenting creationism on the Church Fathers and Genesis.
by Joel Tay
Were the Egyptian pyramids built before the Flood?
We respond to a YouTube video claiming that we need to re-examine biblical chronology.
by Lita Cosner, Robert Carter
Cosmic and universal death from Adam’s fall: an exegesis of Romans 8:19–23a
Romans 8 testifies that the Curse is universal in extent.
by Henry B. Smith Jr
Inscriptions on the Cross
Why do all four Gospels contain different versions? Does this indicate error?
by Russell Grigg
Counting the stars
How many stars are there? The Bible got it right!
by Werner Gitt
How could Adam have named all the animals in a single day?
Creatures need to be called something. So who decided a dog would be called a dog?
by Andrew Kulikovsky
Editorial: Social sophistry
A sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
by Don Batten
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
Errors in the Bible?
If there are errors of detail in the Bible, doesn’t that mean that everything—including the Resurrection—is open to question?
by CW & Lita Cosner
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
Can we believe the Gospels?
One of Australia’s top legal minds examines the New Testament evidence for the Resurrection. He applies the standard criteria used by courts throughout the Western world to test the reliability of witnesses.
by Clarrie Briese