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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
Strategy of the Devil
by Russell Grigg
Unfolding the plan
The concept of God is not something that has evolved, but is unfolded for us in the Bible, which tells us that God is Creator, Lawgiver, Judge and Saviour.
by Russell Grigg
Is Genesis 1 Just Reworked Babylonian Myth?
The larger body of evidence shows why the simplistic claims do not work.
by Murray Adamthwaite
Creation in-depth: The Evangelical church
Has the evangelical church lost its ‘saltiness’ in the world by abandoning the authority of Scripture?
by Andrew S Kulikovsky
Is there a universal way Christians should interpret the Bible?
Many Christians struggle to know how the scriptures should be interpreted. This is particularly problematic for many looking at the book of Genesis.
by Calvin Smith
The ‘Nashville Statement’ on marriage
The Nashville Statement and what does the Bible say about homosexuality and transgenderism?
by Joel Tay
Is the Bible an immoral book?
Skeptics twisting the Scriptures
by Lita Sanders
Inscriptions on the Cross
Why do all four Gospels contain different versions? Does this indicate error?
by Russell Grigg
Dawkins’ Ironic Hypocrisy
Misotheists like Dawkins attack creationist teachings, but give credence to wacky ideas like ‘Jesus never existed’ rejected by historians. Other antitheists like Bill Maher hold even wackier views, e.g. rejecting germ theory.
by James Patrick Holdingi
Rainbows, the Flood, and the Covenant
Rainbows were produced by light dispersion both before and after the Flood. After the Flood, God gave it a new meaning: the sign of the Noahic Covenant.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Is brother-sister intermarriage intrinsically immoral?
Does Leviticus 18 imply that brother-sister intermarriage was always wrong?
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati