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“What?… Teach my children unbiblical ideas?”
Simply knowing about ideas that contradict Christianity can help young people stand firm against them.
by Joel Tay
Did the Creator use evolution?
Did God use evolution to create man?
by Allan Rosser
All at once
A new discovery highlights the puzzle for evolutionary researchers as to why civilizations and languages seem to have arisen suddenly and simultaneously across the world. If only they considered Genesis …
by Carl Wieland
Is Genesis poetry? and Who was the father of hermeneutics?
This weekend feedback discusses the origin of the non-literal interpretation of Genesis, and who deserves the title ‘Father of Hermeneutics’.
by Lita Sanders
Tinned sardines—clue to the origin of life?
Canned sardines contain a wealth of ingredients essential for life, but life will not arise in those sardines.
by Gordon Howard
Retroactive death!
Did God save people retroactively when Jesus died on the cross? Did God curse the world for what Adam was going to do (sin) before Adam did it, as Bill Dembski claims?
by Calvin Smith
Refusing to be muzzled
A church job offer depended on agreement not to talk about creation; what to do?
by Don Batten
Dealing with doubt
There are good ways back to faith if believers sometimes experience doubt in their Christian walk.
by Lita Sanders
From Creation to Salvation
A new book shows why should we believe in a recent, six-day creation? Because Jesus and the authors of the New Testament did.
by Gary Bates
Reading ‘origin of life’ research
What should we be aware of as we try to read the secular literature with a careful and critical eye?
by Shaun Doyle
Infections, prions and evolution
News reports about ‘evolution in prions’ has made many wonder—what are these things called prions, that cause e.g. ‘mad cow disease’? And is this really evolution?
by Carl Wieland
Hong Kong group launches a movie on its claimed ‘Noah’s Ark discovery’ at the Sydney Opera House
Hong Kong group launches a movie on its claimed ‘Noah’s Ark discovery’ at the Sydney Opera House
by Carl Wieland