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A patronizing letter to the author of Genesis
Former Bishop of Edinburgh The Right Reverend Richard Holloway blames Genesis for the world’s environmental problems and tells the Author of Genesis he has been badly misunderstood!
by Gavin Cox
Deuteronomy—the Creator’s covenant
What can the covenant in Deuteronomy teach us about our God?
by Lita Sanders
Vale Dr John C. Whitcomb (1924–2020)
It is hard to overstate the influence Dr John Whitcomb on the modern creation movement
by CMI staff
Would the pre-Fall world have been overrun by animals?
If there was no pre-Fall animal death, would they have overrun the world if Adam hadn’t sinned?
by Shaun Doyle
What was God doing before creation?
Does Scripture help us to understand this often asked question?
by Lita Sanders
Ancient cosmology and the timescale of Genesis 1
Does the supposed 'flat earth/solid sky’ cosmology of the ancients mean we can read the Genesis 1 days non-literally?
by Shaun Doyle
The Incarnation: Why did God become Man?
Why did the Creator take on human nature? How does this relate to Genesis creation and even before that?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Does CMI deal with end times?
CMI deals with end times, but the really important issue may not be what you think it is!
by Gary Bates, Lita Cosner
Is God ‘forced by His nature’ to be loving?
Is God forced to be loving by his nature?
by Shaun Doyle
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
If Christ is not raised
The resurrection is central to the Christian faith.
by Lita Sanders
Hebrew professor affirms Genesis as real history
Dr Stephen Schrader, former Old Testament Department Chair and Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, explains the importance of a historical Genesis.
by Jonathan Sarfati