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.
Science, history, and the Bible
Where do evolution and the Bible fit into how we investigate science and history?
Of missing gaps and magic bullets
Does the Bible teach any sort of a ‘gap’ theory? Is there such a thing as a universal ‘knock down’ argument against evolution?
An unconvincing Shroud story
This book presents a fascinating but impossible thesis for the origin and significance of the Shroud of Turin.
The Resurrection and Genesis
Jesus’ resurrection was a historical event, and it depends on the historical reality of the events of Genesis 1.
Inscriptions on the Cross
Why do all four Gospels contain different versions? Does this indicate error?
Who really is the God of Genesis?
Does Genesis chapter 1 mention the Trinity?
What part of Genesis should we believe? All of it!
A conservative columnist slips up on Genesis.
The Church Fathers on the Genesis Flood
The Church Fathers were practically unanimous in affirming the historical reality and global extent of the Genesis Flood.
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 Fall and the existence of other religions
If there is only one true god, then how come the world today has diverse religions?
Dubious and dangerous exposition
A review of
The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate
by John H. Walton
The Bible declares: In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1
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