Genesis 1 and theories of origin
Dr John Dickson responds to Prof. Zuiddam’s criticism of his attempt to make room for secular origins ‘science’ in Genesis 1 and Prof. Zuiddam replies.
John Dickson and Benno Zuiddam
The Resurrection and Genesis
Jesus’ resurrection was a historical event, and it depends on the historical reality of the events of Genesis 1.
Why is it so important to interpret Genesis as reliable history?
Carl Wieland, Jonathan Sarfati
Is God ‘simple’?
Does God have parts?
Shaun Doyle, Tas Walker
Is the Bible our
How do we know which books should be in the Bible which should not?
William Lane Craig flubs on the Flood
William Lane Craig misrepresents biblical creationists about the Flood, speciation, and migration.
The way we are—psychology and Genesis
The psychological problems that many people experience can be linked to man’s broken relationship with God as recorded in Genesis.
What part of Genesis should we believe? All of it!
A conservative columnist slips up on Genesis.
What the New Testament doesn’t say
The New Testament doesn’t specifically cite every detail from Genesis 1–11; and this is evidence for creation’s importance in the earliest church.
Is Genesis poetry? and Who was the father of hermeneutics?
This weekend feedback discusses the origin of the non-literal interpretation of Genesis, and who deserves the title ‘Father of Hermeneutics’.
If Christ is not raised
The resurrection is central to the Christian faith.
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.)
The Bible declares: In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1
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