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The importance of the age of things
A sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
by Don Batten
Beginning at the writings of Moses
Tribal people learn about salvation and history from Genesis to Jesus.
by John Sharpe and Andrew A. Snelling
Terrorism and Europe’s spiritual vacuum
Threats to peace and stability generally (such as fear of terrorism) are not disconnected from the increasing moral and spiritual vacuum in our post-Christian western nations.
by Philip Bell
Proclaiming Creation in a scientific age-->
Contrary to the tired old mantra, ‘science has disproved the Bible’, biblical literate and scientifically informed Christians can (and should) proclaim creation with well-founded confidence.
by Philip Bell
Genesis is history!
The language of Genesis shows that it’s history, and that’s how the rest of the Bible treats it.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Worldviews, logic, and earth’s age—part 2
Deep-time compromise has had a negative effect on the Christian church despite claims to the contrary.
by John K. Reed and Shaun Doyle
Does creation damage Christianity’s credibility?
Do compromising interpretations of Genesis help apologetics?
by Lita Sanders
The boy who’s proud to be a killer
Is the troubled teenager who boasted about killing his teacher a product of evolutionary brainwashing?
by Warren Nunn
Answering fools’ folly
Does the Bible contradict itself in Proverbs 26:4–5?
by David Catchpoole
‘Just preach the Gospel!’
The New Testament authors preached the Gospel under a background of Genesis history. This includes the people, events, time frame, and order of events.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Grotesque dinosaur cannibals!
The Bible says God created animals to reproduce ‘after their kind’. But these dinosaurs ate their own kind! Go figure …
by David Catchpoole
Are there side issues in Scripture?
How do we differentiate salvation issues as opposed to others?
by Lita Sanders