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Can compromisers really be saved?
CMI often says that creation compromisers can be saved; are we wrong?
by Lita Sanders
Pew survey reveals basic ignorance of Christian belief
Most American Christians showed alarming ignorance of their own faith. What’s the solution?
by GB, LC
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.
by Kevin Moritz
Preaching the Gospel in today’s society
The Apostle Paul had two different starting points in his preaching, depending on his audience.
by Russell Grigg
Why did Jesus die?
How evolution and long ages destroy the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
by Roger Birch
Revival? What is missing?
Many churches today are praying for revival, and that’s good. But something else is needed, too. (As every good parachute salesman knows.)
by Don Batten
Do we still sin?
How Darwinian evolution and millions of years are destroying the foundation of the gospel of Christ—in our theological colleges.
by David Phillips
Biblical creation impedes evangelism? Plus yet another uninformed atheist.
Should believers accept billions of years and evolution to avoid ridicule? Did God ‘entrap’ Adam?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Genesis: The Missing Piece of the Puzzle
A popular Canadian public speaker tells it like it is.
by Calvin Smith
‘Go to hell, creationists!’
A rowdy demonstration at a German university shows that ‘tolerance’ does not extend to creation and the Bible.
by Carl Wieland
Sickness in the Church!
We all can see the symptoms of the sickness affecting much of the church and society today. But what’s the remedy?
by Philip Bell
Street preacher says creation ‘is the issue
It’s time for the church to stop avoiding the questions people want answers to.
by Russell Wallace