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Egypt and the short Sojourn: Part 2
The debate between a long and a short Egyptian Sojourn rages on, but many things in the Bible and Egyptian archaeology correspond to the short Sojourn.
by Robert Carter, Gary Bates
Egypt and the short Sojourn: Part 1
The debate between a long and a short Egyptian Sojourn continues, but there are many things in the Bible and Egyptian archaeology that correspond to the short Sojourn.
by Robert Carter, Gary Bates
Is Christianity unbelievable?
When Christian radio host goes head-to-head with many leading atheists and critics of Christianity, does it leave his faith intact? You be the judge.
by Thomas Fretwell
Genesis and the Resurrection
Many Christians commemorate the resurrection of Jesus every year, but what has belief in Genesis got to do with belief in the resurrection?
by Joel Tay
Who really is the God of Genesis?
Does Genesis chapter 1 mention the Trinity?
by Russell Grigg
Should we trust the Bible?
Since CMI is based on the Bible, why should the Bible be trusted? Does our current text represent the original, and is the original accurate?
by Jonathan Sarfati
The multiple ‘Adams’ of Scripture
Why the Bible calls Jesus the last Adam rather than the second Adam.
by Jim Hughes and Shaun Doyle
Jesus Christ on the infallibility of Scripture
What his attitude means to all his followers
by Dr David Livingston
What about those who have never heard?
What happens to those who never get to hear the Good News of salvation?
by Lita Sanders
Jesuit accommodation in relation to biblical chronology and Chinese history
How challenges from Chinese chronology set the stage for compromise on biblical chronology.
by Andrew Sibley
The Adams of Scripture
Were there just two ‘Adams’ in Scripture, or more?
by Shaun Doyle and Jim Hughes
Genesis 1 and ‘seed faith’
Does the 'seed faith' principle undermine literal six-day creation?
by Shaun Doyle