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The Fall
How the disobedience of the first human couple had consequences for humanity. Only a historical Adam and Eve makes sense of death, suffering, and the Gospel.
by Jonathan Sarfati
10 answers from biblical creationists: Part 2
Clergyman and geologist Michael Roberts has thrown down the gauntlet to creationists with 10 provocative, and supposedly unanswerable questions about their ‘young Earth’ belief! (Part 2 of our answer)
by Gavin Cox, Lucien Tuinstra
The death of my beloved wife
Death will come to all of us unless Christ returns, so how can we be comforted after the death of a loved one?
by Clarence Janzen
Animal death before the Fall
Does God care anything about animal death and suffering? The Bible says ‘yes’. It’s part of God’s nature.
by Paul Price
T. rex, cats, and attack-defence structures
Answering a question about the purpose of attack-defence structures like claws, and about vegetarian diets pre-Fall.
by Gavin Cox
Destructive parasites: expressions of God’s creation?
Did God create destructive parasites?
by Warren Shipton
The age of the earth—and why it matters
Why billions of years is an even bigger issue than evolution.
by Gary Bates
Systematic theology with a solid foundation
Systematic theology with a solid foundation
by Cody J. Guitard
Teaching ‘original goodness’ is anti-Gospel
The increasingly popular belief in the inherent pre-moral goodness of Homo sapiens denies the corruption of human nature at the Fall and sabotages the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
by Philip Bell
What does it mean to be a “living  creature”?
Would a robotic dog that could make copies of itself be alive?
by James R. Hughes
New textbook teaches non-Christian religion of theistic evolutionism
New ‘Christian’ textbook promotes theistic evolution
by Lita Sanders
Altogether—Unbelievable! Part 2
Richard Dawkins and Francis Collins discuss design arguments for God’s existence; whether God would use evolution; the origins of altruism, morality, and concepts of beauty.
by Gavin Cox