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Should I stay in a church that compromises on Biblical Creation?
CMI often receives questions asking whether someone should stay in a church that compromises on Biblical Creation?
by Joel Tay
“The Bible is not a science book!”
Compromise undermines the Gospel
by Gary Bates
Why I’m finally a young-earth creationist
CMI’s Dr Jim Mason responds to Dr Luke Barnes’ Premier Christianity magazine article, “Why I’m no longer a young-earth creationist”
by Jim Mason
Christian critic calls young-earth creationism “laughable and dangerous”
Response to a correspondent who takes issue with Genesis as literal history.
by Keaton Halley
Former cancer researcher vs creation compromise
Former cancer researcher explains why evolution is irrelevant to real science, and how evolution undermines the Gospel
by Jonathan Sarfati
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
“If you can’t say something nice…”?
Why it’s actually loving to critique and refute false ideas.
by Gary Bates, Lita Cosner
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
Young Earth and Flood: Why they matter
Creation magazine editorial: A pastor and a geologist realize why the young earth and global flood are foundational to the authority of Scripture, the goodness of God, and the Gospel
by Jonathan Sarfati
New textbook teaches non-Christian religion of theistic evolutionism
New ‘Christian’ textbook promotes theistic evolution
by Lita Sanders
Francis Bacon and the alleged conflict between science and the Bible
Is science independent of Scripture?
by Nicos Kaloyirou
Orthodox on God; ambivalent on biblical literalism; bypassing science; socially conservative
Orthodox on God, ambivalent on biblical literalism, bypassing science, and socially conservative.
by John Woodmorappe