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Indian creation myths
The evidence is substantial, the conclusion undeniable. Throughout the Americas various groups share similar, detailed creation accounts that mirror Genesis and mirror accounts from virtually every culture on the planet.
by Calvin Smith
Is Jesus Christ the Creator God?
Did Jesus use evolutionary processes doing any of His miracles?
by Russell Grigg
Errors in the Bible?
If there are errors of detail in the Bible, doesn’t that mean that everything—including the Resurrection—is open to question?
by CW & Lita Cosner
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.)
by Carl Wieland
The Wisdom of God: Jesus or a created thing?
A reader asks about a pastor’s claim that the first thing God created was Wisdom.
by CW (with addendum by Lita Cosner)
Using the Bible to prove the Bible?
Jesus’ words break the circle.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Politicizing Scripture
When politics becomes the measure for a Bible translation, it is a perversion of Scripture, no matter whose politics are involved.
by Lita Sanders
Is Jesus ‘just a product of His time and place?’
A correspondent asks whether Jesus’ claims to deity might simply be made up ‘to separate the faithful from their money.’ Lita Sanders responds.
by Lita Sanders
Augustine young earth creationist
Those who want to fit deep time into the Bible often cite Augustine in support. However, Augustine was a young earth creationist, as a scholar of Augustine’s works reveals.
by Prof. Benno Zuiddam
The ‘gender neutral’ Bible
‘Inclusive’ versions of the Bible distort the message of Scripture to avoid being offensive.
by Lita Sanders
The flat-earth myth and creationism
Many antitheists assert that Christians of the past believe in a flat earth, so were the bane of Columbus. But Christian scholars have almost always accepted the earth’s roundness.
by Jerry Bergman
Romans 5:12–21: Paul’s view of literal Adam
Many passages in Scripture require Adam to be historical. Among them is Romans 5:12–21, where a historical Adam is contrasted with the historical Jesus.
by Lita Sanders