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The rapid decline in biblical lifespans
Skeptics scoff at the long lifespans of the biblical Patriarchs. Yet, the biblical data gives us a seamless exponential decay curve that could not have been invented by accident.
by Robert Carter
Different understandings of origins?
How important are different understandings of origins?
by Shaun Doyle
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
Is Jesus the Creator?
Does Scripture teach that Jesus is the Creator? Is He the begotten Son of God or was he created? Could he die physically if he is God?
by Thomas Bailey
Dread of man: part 2—fear, hunting, and human diet
Was the ‘fear and dread’ of man in the animals after Noah’s Flood something new God specially brought about?
by Philip Bell
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?
by Philip Bell
The Israelites
The origin of the Israelites is detailed in the Bible, but people tend to have an oversimplified understanding of the sons of Jacob, Isaac, and Abraham.
by Robert Carter and Lita Sanders
Adam and Eve in historical survey—learn but be leery
A historical survey of Adam and Eve—from a skeptical perspective.
by Philip B. Bell
Replenish the earth
How come Adam and Eve were told to ‘replenish’ the newly created earth with their descendants if it had never been previously filled?
by Carl Wieland
Sevens in the Bible: a reason to doubt God created in a literal week?
A reason to doubt God created in a literal week?
by Shaun Doyle
The creation hyperbola
How long God took to create reflects his power.
by Werner Gitt
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