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Abrupt climate changes and global warming
Misinterpretation of ice core data by Uniformitarian scientists could be fueling some of the current global warming alarm.
by Michael Oard
God makes a way
Salvation is by faith through grace, but what is faith, and where do we get it?
by Gary Bates, Erin Hughes
Fulfilling the Great Commission from the inside out!
Equipping believers to spread the Gospel.
by Erin Hughes
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
Altogether—Unbelievable! Part 1
In a Christian radio interview, Richard Dawkins has the upper-hand in pointing out the inconsistencies of God using evolution to create, whereas Francis Collins fudges on faith.
by Gavin Cox
Creation is a foundational truth
Irenaeus, a leader in the early Christian Church, indicated that the prophets and apostles viewed the doctrine of creation as foundational.
by Jim Hughes
Why did God make such a big universe?
Does our size relative to the cosmos mean we’re insignificant in God’s eyes?
by Shaun Doyle
Encouraging, equipping, and caring
A pastor shares his experiences of teaching creation to youth groups, congregations, and other pastors.
by Ron and Julie Neller
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
History denial
Modernists may sneer at the idea of Genesis as history but it’s the foundation for good science as well as vibrant Christianity.
by Philip Bell
Taking a stand
Is evolution needed for biological research? Does biblical creation hinder scientific research?
by Don Batten
Biblical Unity
Biblical unity is very important, but how does the Bible define it? Those who divide the church are those who introduce false teaching, not those who confront it.
by Joel Tay