History and pseudo-history
The literary framework approach to Genesis has become very popular among evangelical academics but there are many reasons why this belief is wrong.
Do I have to believe in a literal creation to be a Christian?
Disbelief in Genesis is a slippery slope that has caused many to fall.
Did God save people retroactively when Jesus died on the cross? Did God curse the world for what Adam was going to do (sin) before Adam did it, as Bill Dembski claims?
More false claims by Hugh Ross
Hugh Ross makes excuses for ignoring
, and claims that YECs have ignored
A Matter of Days
Pulling back from unbelief?
Restoring a key ingredient to the life of the church makes a huge difference.
From the beginning of the creation
Does Genesis imply a gap between verses 1 and 2 of chapter 1 into which Christians can fit long ages?
Is Genesis poetry? and Who was the father of hermeneutics?
This weekend feedback discusses the origin of the non-literal interpretation of Genesis, and who deserves the title ‘Father of Hermeneutics’.
Can Christians believe evolution?
As we have often stated, we regard evolution as contrary to Scripture, but Christians can still be saved despite believing in it. A guest author explains some reasons for this, including how Christians are never fully mature when saved.
A response to Timothy Keller’s ‘Creation, Evolution and Christian Laypeople’
Timothy Keller offers some ways that Christians can accept a ‘literal’ Adam and evolutionary processes. But this compromise forces him to reinterpret key parts of Genesis.
Should Genesis be taken literally?
How would the original readers have understood it?
Is Jesus Christ the Creator God?
Jesus’ miracles showed His power over creation—no need for evolution.
Romans 5:12–21: Paul’s view of literal Adam
Many passages in Scripture require Adam to be historical. Among them is Romans 5:12–21, where a historical Adam is contrasted with the historical Jesus.
The Bible declares: In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1
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