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Must we believe in Christ to be saved?
How would you answer this vitally important question?
by Lita Sanders
Would Christ create through evolution?
Refuting another theistic evolutionary argument from N.T. Wright.
by Lita Sanders
Noah’s Ark and salvation
Biblical language could not be clearer; Noah’s Flood had to be a global event.
by John Hartnett
Evolution/long ages contradicts Genesis order of Creation
Genesis and evolution disagree about both time frame and order of events.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Will the New Heavens and Earth be physical?
The whole point of the eternal state is that it’s a restoration of the world to the way God originally created it in Genesis 1—very good.
by Shaun Doyle
Does God have body parts?
Moses describes God’s activities in human terms such as speaking, seeing, hearing, walking, etc. Should we regard these descriptions as being ‘literal’?
by Russell Grigg
What’s in a name?
Why did Moses use different names for God in Genesis chapters 1 and 2?
by Russell Grigg
Pre-Adamic man: were there human beings on Earth before Adam?
The Bible in no way supports the theory of pre-Adamites, so why do some Christians accept it?
by Russell Grigg
How could Adam have named all the animals in a single day?
Creatures need to be called something. So who decided a dog would be called a dog?
by Andrew Kulikovsky
Morning has broken … but when?
The Hebrew of Genesis 1 forbids long ages before, during or after Creation.
by Russell Grigg
Why did Jesus wear a crown of thorns?
What’s Easter got to do with biblical creation? Everything in fact! The thorny crown and crucifixion of Jesus on that first ‘Good Friday’ harks back to Genesis chapter 3.
by Phil Robinson and Colin Jones
Made in the image of God
What does it mean that human beings are ‘made in the image of God’?
by Russell Grigg