Deuteronomy—the Creator’s covenant
What can the covenant in Deuteronomy teach us about our God?
A long-overdue review of
A Civic Biology
A Civic Biology was the centerpiece of the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial. It is high time to review what was in that textbook.
Robert W Carter
God and the beginning of the universe
Could God have entered into time?
Literal days before the sun
Critics of biblical creation often use ‘days before the sun’ to try to prove that the creation days were not ~24 hours.
Dread of man: part 1—hermeneutics, cultural evolution, and biblical history
Was the ‘fear and dread’ of man in the animals after Noah’s Flood something new God specially brought about?
Vale Dr John C. Whitcomb (1924–2020)
It is hard to overstate the influence Dr John Whitcomb on the modern creation movement
Elohim, Adam, and the divine relationship with humanity
Response to a question on the triune nature of God in the name Elohim, and the relationship between the Trinity, Adam, and humanity as a whole.
The creation hyperbola
How long God took to create reflects his power.
The fruit of sin vs the fruit of sanctification: a Pauline allusion to Genesis 3 in Romans 6
Does Paul allude to the Fall in Romans 6?
Could Jesus have sinned?
A reader contests our assertion that Jesus couldn’t have sinned.
Finding Adam—in Ancient Egypt
The Egyptians knew about Creation, Adam, Eve, the Serpent, and the Tree of Knowledge. This knowledge was handed down from Noah’s descendants after the Flood and Babel.
Does the Bible
an old-earth interpretation?
Is the Bible so clearly an old-earth book that a young-earth reading is absurd?
The Bible declares: In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1
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