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Defending the authority of Scripture
Lael Weinberger talks with leading Bible expositor John MacArthur
by Lael Weinberger
Did God create over billions of years?
The god of an old earth is not the God of Christianity.
by Lita Cosner, Gary Bates
The Resurrection and Genesis
Jesus’ resurrection was a historical event, and it depends on the historical reality of the events of Genesis 1.
by Lita Sanders
The sixteen grandsons of Noah
Secular history shows that the survivors of Noah’s Flood were real people, whose names were indelibly carved on much of the ancient world.
by Russell Grigg
Interpreting Genesis
Why is it so important to interpret Genesis as reliable history?
by Carl Wieland, Jonathan Sarfati
Vintage Journal: Genesis 1 and the gap theory
Correct exegesis with close attention to syntax and semantics supports the plain reading of Genesis 1
by Charles V. Taylor
How long were the days of Genesis 1?
What did God intend us to understand by the Hebrew words He used?
by Russell Grigg
Strategy of the Devil
by Russell Grigg
Should Genesis be taken literally?
What was the intention of the author?
by Russell Grigg
The use of Genesis in the New Testament
Why should New Testament scholars care about the interpretation of Genesis? Because the New Testament quotes it frequently—as history!
by Lita Sanders
Indian creation myths
The evidence is substantial, the conclusion undeniable. Throughout the Americas various groups share similar, detailed creation accounts that mirror Genesis and mirror accounts from virtually every culture on the planet.
by Calvin Smith
The Resurrection and Genesis
The Resurrection is a real event that happened in real time. It’s based on history, flows out of the events of Genesis 1–3, and changes everything.
by Lita Sanders