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London Times reports that the Bible is not anti-female: is this news?
The Bible is the most female-friendly book around, in contrast to the female inferiority taught by the early Darwinians. What did the purity laws mean?
by Lita Sanders
On evolution and fraud
Why is evolutionary theory so full of deliberate frauds? And is this the major creationist argument against evolution?
by Joel Tay
Professing creation
Senior South African academic challenges the dominant paradigm.
by Carl Wieland and Jonathan Sarfati
The Santa Claus myth vs the God of the Bible
Despite the claims of some, a ‘jolly’ man in a red suit should never be compared with our Creator and Saviour.
by Margaret Wieland
The Masoretic text of Genesis 5 and 11 is still the most reliable
Interacting with Henry Smith’s latest response to our textual research.
by Lita Cosner, Robert Carter
Curse and catastrophe
There have been three occasions when the whole of sinful humanity has been judged by God.
by Russell Grigg
Do we have enough evidence to trust the Bible?
A lawyer gives his perspective on the Bible’s credibility as eyewitness testimony.
by Cortney Alexander
Science, history, and the Bible
Where do evolution and the Bible fit into how we investigate science and history?
by Shaun Doyle
Are there contradictions in the Bible’s accounts of Judas’ death?
Do Matthew and Luke contradict each other when recounting how Judas died?
by Lita Sanders
What part of Genesis should we believe? All of it!
A conservative columnist slips up on Genesis.
by Lita Sanders
The Issue of Issues
Christianity’s enemies have long recognized that this is the key issue at which all battle lines converge. (And no, it’s not creation/evolution.)
by Carl Wieland
The Bible: Jewish folklore and nothing more?
Today’s feedback features a skeptic who questions the authenticity and reliability of the Bible, positing hopeless contradictions between Jesus and Paul and portraying the Bible as Jewish folklore.
by Shaun Doyle