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Five things you may not know about Eve
Was ‘Eve’ her real name? What did she look like? Did she know the Gospel?
by Philip Robinson and Lucien Tuinstra
Is ‘female’ the most ‘basic’ human state?
Are men merely composed of ‘add ons’ to a basic ‘female’ template?
by Shaun Doyle
A family tree for all humanity?
A unified genealogy of modern and ancient humans incorrectly points to northeast African as the ancestral homeland. The results are entirely based on the evolutionary assumptions behind the model.
by Robert W. Carter
How did Adam and Eve ‘become like God in knowing good and evil’?
What did Adam and Eve learn? How did God ‘know good and evil’?
by Shaun Doyle
Elohim, Adam, and the divine relationship with humanity
Response to a question on the triune nature of God in the name Elohim, and the relationship between the Trinity, Adam, and humanity as a whole.
by Andrew Sibley
W.L. Craig’s ‘original’ views on original sin.
William Lane Craig, world famous apologist appears on a leading British podcast and shares his unbiblical views about original sin.
by Gavin Cox
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
Creation: a form of white supremacy?
Scientific American accuses creationists of white supremacy, glossing over evolution’s own disgusting racist past.
by Shaun Doyle
Is the age of the earth important?
My Christian friends don’t think it is
by Tas Walker
The fruit of sin vs the fruit of sanctification: a Pauline allusion to Genesis 3 in Romans 6
Does Paul allude to the Fall in Romans 6?
by Lita Sanders
A biased survey of the history of Genesis interpretation
A biased survey of the history of Genesis interpretation.
by Lita Sanders
Systematic theology with a solid foundation
Systematic theology with a solid foundation
by Cody J. Guitard