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Confronted by the Second Law of Thermodynamics
How one man’s encounter with creation evangelism caused him to re-think his understanding of the world and led him to faith in Jesus Christ.
by Warren Nunn
The Lost World of Walton
Wheaton college professors write a series of books encouraging evangelicals to abandon the biblical understanding of Creation and the Flood as taught by Christ and the NT writers.
by Gavin Cox
How could unfallen Adam have sinned?
A correspondent asks: If the relationship between Adam and God was ‘very good’, why did Adam go against Him?
by Russell Grigg
10 answers from biblical creationists: Part 1
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 1 of our answer).
by Gavin Cox, Lucien Tuinstra
Why not? And why?
The power of asking the right questions.
by Yoke-Peng Kong
Debating the historical Adam and Eve
A book that misses a chance to fully address or adequately explain young-age views on our first parents.
by Shaun Doyle
The Bible is the bedrock of civilized society
History’s most influential book has been widely abandoned as the world rejects its transformative power and embraces evolution.
by Warren Nunn
The Attenborough eye-worm argument against God
The esteemed presenter of memorable nature documentaries has a standard answer when asked about a creator.
by David Catchpoole
Do we have enough evidence to trust the Bible?
A lawyer gives his perspective on the Bible’s credibility as eyewitness testimony.
by Cortney Alexander
The Darwin Dictionary
A satirical guide to the creation vs evolution controversy—exposing fallacies in evolutionary thinking.
by Keaton Halley
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
Decoding and editing designs: double-sieve enzymes
All living organisms contain literally encyclopedic quantities of complex, specific information.
by Jonathan Sarfati