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Six days? Really?
Are the days of creation ordinary days? Could they be long periods of time? Is Genesis 1 poetry? Does the length of the days really affect the Gospel?
by Dr Don Batten (contributing editor), Dr David Catchpoole, Dr Jonathan Sarfati and Dr Carl Wieland
Must we believe in Christ to be saved?
How would you answer this vitally important question?
by Lita Sanders
Racism and Cain
The Bible provides the antidote to racism and slavery, and a basic chronology of Cain.
by Lita Cosner, Dr Jonathan Sarfati
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
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?
by Carl Wieland
BioLogos misreads Jesus on the age of the earth
Theistic evolutionists at BioLogos make a vain attempt to sidestep Jesus’ teaching on the age of the earth.
by Keaton Halley
Theistic evolution and the doctrine of death
‘No death before sin’, say biblical creationists, as an argument against theistic evolution—but there is so much more to the argument than that.
by Philip Bell
The 7 Churches of Revelation, Times of Fire: movie review
By looking at the archaeological record and trying to understand what the early churches went through, there are lessons for us today.
by Gary Bates
Could a good and loving God have used evolution? No way!
Could a good and loving God have used evolution? No way!
by Russell Grigg
“I’m a New Testament Christian”
Why ‘New Testament Christians’ must accept the history of Genesis.
by Gary Bates and Lita Cosner
Is God our mother?
Do feminine comparisons in Scripture mean God is our mother?
by Lita Sanders
Reclaiming the rainbow
The rainbow is a symbol of God’s mercy to all mankind, but has now been adopted on to the so-called ‘pride flag’, sometimes called the rainbow flag.
by Andrew Sibley