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Is Christianity unbelievable?
When Christian radio host goes head-to-head with many leading atheists and critics of Christianity, does it leave his faith intact? You be the judge.
by Thomas Fretwell
Redemptive history and evolution don’t mix
Theistic evolutionists
by Lita Sanders
Evolution and the Christian faith
The first man Adam? Original perfection in Eden? The Fall into sin? Noah’s Flood? For modern evangelicals to disregard Genesis 1–11 as history enhances rather than harms Christianity, doesn’t it?
by Philip Bell
Rainbows, the Flood, and the Covenant
Rainbows were produced by light dispersion both before and after the Flood. After the Flood, God gave it a new meaning: the sign of the Noahic Covenant.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Immanuel: The Gospel according to Isaiah
Isaiah prophesied the Messiah’s arrival hundreds of years in advance.
by Lita Sanders
Creation or endless cycle of re-creation?
Why the Bible gives us a linear view of history from creation to consummation in Christ.
by Shaun Doyle
Does the Bible tell us how God created?
Does it give us a timetable? Does it give us the mechanics of how the parts came together?
by Chris Smith
Does God judge sinners?
And how does Jesus’ death allow sinners to go free and be reconciled to God?
by Shaun Doyle
The Bible: is it guilty until proven innocent?
Challenge the assumption that we should be skeptical about Scripture!
by Lita Sanders
Nice theologians leading the church away from the truth
They may appear to be genuine shepherds, but many are leading their flocks astray.
by Don Batten
Why did God allow sin at all?
Could God have created a world where nobody sinned? If so, why didn’t He?
by Shaun Doyle
“I’m a New Testament Christian”
Why ‘New Testament Christians’ must accept the history of Genesis.
by Gary Bates and Lita Cosner