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What were Adam’s and Eve’s blood types?
Since God made Eve from Adam’s rib, would their blood types be identical? So how do we explain different blood types now?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Bodily functions and blue eyes in the pre-Fall world?
How helpful are our ideas of beauty and disgust at gauging what the pre-Fall world was like?
by Shaun Dayle
'Why do you just bash evolution?'
Does CMI just bash evolution? Learn about both the positive and negative arguments in biblical apologetics.
by Jonathan Sarfati
OT scholar: Genesis teaches a short timescale
Old Testament professor: Genesis 5 and 11 are accurate and gap-free timelines that teach a ~6,000-year-old earth
by Jonathan Sarfati
Hybrid approaches to Creation
Is there a middle ground between thousands and billions of years? Can the earth be hundreds of thousands of years old?
by Robert Carter
Preserving God’s image in the face of death: Important lessons in remembering World War 1
Today marks the one hundredth anniversary of the end of World War 1. Even in the horror of war, important lessons can be learnt about the truth of Genesis.
by Philip Robinson
Can you love Jesus and reject His Word?
Do we need to ‘unhitch’ the Old Testament from the New Testament?
by Lita Cosner, Gary Bates
The historical Adam and what he means for us
A review of: What Happened in the Garden, Abner Chou (Ed.)
by Shaun Doyle
Cannibal deer!
Deer show us that nearly any animal could become a carnivore … under the right conditions.
by Paul Price
The origin of human consciousness
We humans may think our self-awareness marks us out as special but atheists insist it’s merely an illusion brought about by our brain chemistry. Why, then, do cognitive scientists, psychologists and philosophers fail to explain consciousness?
by Dominic Statham
Regenerating ribs
This ‘bone’ of contention is actually a reminder of God’s creative genius.
by Carl Wieland
Pre-Fall seafood
What fish ate before the Fall
by Keaton Halley