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Kant’s religion of reason and the reinterpretation of Genesis 1–3
How did Immanuel Kant’s philosophy affect the interpretation of Genesis 1–3?
by Martin Duboisée de Ricquebourg
The Seven-Day Week
Around the world today, people observe a seven-day week. Why do we have the concept of a week at all?
by James (Jim) R. Hughes
Six days? Really?
Are the days of creation ordinary days? Could they be long periods of time? Is Genesis 1 poetry? Does the length of the days really affect the Gospel?
by Dr Don Batten (contributing editor), Dr David Catchpoole, Dr Jonathan Sarfati and Dr Carl Wieland
How did Adam and Eve ‘become like God in knowing good and evil’?
What did Adam and Eve learn? How did God ‘know good and evil’?
by Shaun Doyle
The victory of the Last Adam
In the wilderness temptation, Jesus succeeded where Adam failed.
by Lita Sanders
The Genesis genealogies
The Genesis genealogies are both a historical account, which can be used to calculate the age of world, and a key aspect of the fulfillment of the Messianic promise.
by James (Jim) R. Hughes
Christian critic calls young-earth creationism “laughable and dangerous”
Response to a correspondent who takes issue with Genesis as literal history.
by Keaton Halley
The rapid decline in biblical lifespans
Skeptics scoff at the long lifespans of the biblical Patriarchs. Yet, the biblical data gives us a seamless exponential decay curve that could not have been invented by accident.
by Robert Carter
Dread of man: part 2—fear, hunting, and human diet
Was the ‘fear and dread’ of man in the animals after Noah’s Flood something new God specially brought about?
by Philip Bell
How long were the Israelites in Egypt?
The time the Israelites spent in Egypt is a matter of much debate, but it can be resolved by taking a deep dive into their fascinating family history.
by Robert Carter and Lita Sanders
Dread of man: part 1—hermeneutics, cultural evolution, and biblical history
Was the ‘fear and dread’ of man in the animals after Noah’s Flood something new God specially brought about?
by Philip Bell
The Israelites
The origin of the Israelites is detailed in the Bible, but people tend to have an oversimplified understanding of the sons of Jacob, Isaac, and Abraham.
by Robert Carter and Lita Sanders