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Fulfilling the Great Commission from the inside out!
Equipping believers to spread the Gospel.
by Erin Hughes
Creation rejoices!
‘Creation’ is not in a state of rejoicing now—but the day will come when a restored creation will be a reality.
by Peter Howe
Altogether—Unbelievable! Part 2
Richard Dawkins and Francis Collins discuss design arguments for God’s existence; whether God would use evolution; the origins of altruism, morality, and concepts of beauty.
by Gavin Cox
David Attenborough’s Conquest of the Skies: The first to fly
Our response to David Attenborough’s TV programmes ‘Conquest of the Skies’. The evidence shows beetles, birds, and other fliers were created; they did not evolve.
by Russell Grigg
UFOs, dark matter and Hugh Ross
A curious reader asks about dark matter, and a connection to the spirit realm.
by Gary Bates
Altogether—Unbelievable! Part 1
In a Christian radio interview, Richard Dawkins has the upper-hand in pointing out the inconsistencies of God using evolution to create, whereas Francis Collins fudges on faith.
by Gavin Cox
Gentleman geologist leads Jurassic journeys
Gavin Cox interviews Creation Geologist John Matthews about his career and experiences in the oil industry and his conversion to Christ and creationist
by Gavin Cox
An incomplete discussion
An incomplete discussion that doesn't give biblical creation a voice.
by Shaun Doyle
Using the earth’s magnetic field for navigation
How will animals be able to navigate using the earth’s magnetic field, as it decays away?
by Jim Hughes
Creation is a foundational truth
Irenaeus, a leader in the early Christian Church, indicated that the prophets and apostles viewed the doctrine of creation as foundational.
by Jim Hughes
Why did God make such a big universe?
Does our size relative to the cosmos mean we’re insignificant in God’s eyes?
by Shaun Doyle
‘Dinosaur Age’ bacteria revived from deep sea bed
Biologists can’t understand how seabed bacteria dormant since the ‘age of dinosaurs’ have been revived with full functionality
by David Catchpoole