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The Fall: a cosmic catastrophe
The Bible clearly teaches that death is the result of Adam's sin. This is a major problem for long-age compromise. Even human death alone is enough to sink this false view. Animal death is another nail in the coffin. This paper also refutes Hugh Ross's misinformation about plant death.
by Jonathan Sarfati, CMI–Australia
Who was the serpent?
Did a snake really speak to Eve?
by Russell Grigg
Why would a loving God allow death and suffering?
How can we reconcile a God of love with the natural and moral evils in the world, including tragedies, atrocities, disabilities, and pain?
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
Cosmic and universal death from Adam’s fall: an exegesis of Romans 8:19–23a
Romans 8 testifies that the Curse is universal in extent.
by Henry B. Smith Jr
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.
by Lita Sanders
Piranha
Piranhas are renowned for tearing the flesh off live animals that venture into South American rivers. But has their fearsome reputation been greatly exaggerated?
by David Catchpoole
The stingray of death
In the aftermath of Steve Irwin’s death, many question the brevity of his life.
by David Catchpoole
The problem of evil: pre-Fall animal death?
Did Adam’s pre-Fall immortality depend on access to the Tree of Life and was there any sort of death of sentient animals before the Fall?
by Philip Bell
Vampire finches of the Galápagos
If you think finches are cute birds that eat seeds, then check out the ones on Wolf Island.
by David Catchpoole
Why did God allow sin at all?
Could God have created a world where nobody sinned? If so, why didn’t He?
by Shaun Doyle
Vintage Journal: Pre-Adamites and human fossils
Can the human fossil record, with its evidence of suffering, disease, sin and death, be dated before Adam?
by Marvin L. Lubenow
Australia’s ‘season of disasters’
A nation stands in shock at it?s worst-ever natural disaster
by Gary Bates