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Misrepresenting creationism
Misrepresenting creationism on the Church Fathers and Genesis.
by Joel Tay
Longwinded, sometimes interesting, and marred by evolutionary presuppositions
An attack on atheism hampered by adopting evolutionary assumptions
by Gavin Cox
The confusion of liberalism
Conversational approaches to studying Scripture can lead to liberalism, where truth and values become relative.
by Andrew Sibley
The Conundrum of Compromise
Compromising on Genesis has far reaching consequences, even for the cross.
by Joel Tay
Does theistic evolution take away the need for God?
Scholars argue that claims to take the Bible seriously while treating Genesis symbolically undercut its truth, nullify its evidence for God, and hinder evangelism.
by Philip Bell
Is the seventh day an eternal day?
Can Hebrews 4 justify long creation days?
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The Victoria Institute—the forerunner of modern creation science organizations
The forerunner of modern creation science organizations
by Andrew Sibley
Does evolution justify unbelief?
Does evolution inspire apostasy and heresy?
by Shaun Doyle
Jesuit accommodation in relation to biblical chronology and Chinese history
How challenges from Chinese chronology set the stage for compromise on biblical chronology.
by Andrew Sibley
‘Beginnings’ before Genesis 1:1?
Does the dependent clause reading of Genesis 1:1 support the compatibility of the Bible with ‘billions of years’?
by Shaun Doyle
How the Scriptures affirm a literal and historical six-day creation
How can we tell that the Bible doesn’t just depict God making the world in six days?
by Shaun Doyle
UFOs, dark matter and Hugh Ross
A curious reader asks about dark matter, and a connection to the spirit realm.
by Gary Bates