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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
Has the New Testament been corrupted?
The New Testament is the most well-attested ancient work—and we are finding new manuscripts even today!
by Lita Sanders
Can we believe the Gospels?
One of Australia’s top legal minds examines the New Testament evidence for the Resurrection. He applies the standard criteria used by courts throughout the Western world to test the reliability of witnesses.
by Clarrie Briese
Genesis: God’s account of how He created
God, not the big bang, created the vast universe in six 24-hour days about 6,000 Earth years ago. Earth is an ideal home for us, and a great observatory of the universe.
by Lita Cosner and Jonathan Sarfati
The Universe: A huge place!
God made a huge universe. Ancient astronomers worked out the size of the Earth, and showed from parallax that it was tiny compared to distances to stars.
by Lita Cosner and Jonathan Sarfati
The ‘Nashville Statement’ on marriage
The Nashville Statement and what does the Bible say about homosexuality and transgenderism?
by Joel Tay
God created with functional maturity, not ‘appearance of age’
Did Adam and Eve have navels, and the first trees have growth rings? Did God create light in transit from stars? What did Philip Gosse really teach?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Christmas and Genesis
How does creation relate to this season? Because the babe in Bethlehem was the Creator of the Universe!
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
End-times and Early-times
Is the debate about how we should understand Genesis just like disputes about end-times prophecy (eschatology)?
by Don Batten
John Nelson Darby, the Scofield Reference Bible, and the rise of old-earth creationism
How did they help promote old earth creationism?
by Andrew Sibley
‘Soft’ gap sophistry
Soft gappers claim Gen. 1:1–2 refers to creation of stars, galaxies and the matter of the earth, and v. 3–31 to forming and filling of earth billions of years later.
by Don Batten
Should Genesis be taken literally?
How would the original readers have understood it?
by Russell Grigg