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The Genesis genealogies
The Genesis genealogies are both a historical account, which can be used to calculate the age of world, and a key aspect of the fulfillment of the Messianic promise.
by James (Jim) R. Hughes
Designer DNA
Scientists learn to encode 3-D printed objects with instructions coded in DNA, enabling them to replicate the objects again and again.
by Gavin Cox
Genesis and Generation X
by Geoff Stevens
Christian critic calls young-earth creationism “laughable and dangerous”
Response to a correspondent who takes issue with Genesis as literal history.
by Keaton Halley
Christian theology and the rise of Newtonian science—imposed law and the divine will
How God’s sovereign freedom undergirds the scientific enterprise.
by Dominic Statham
Animals on the Ark
Various old-earth positions have loads of trouble figuring out why God put animals on the ark!
by Paul Price
Genetic Entropy and the Gospel
Multiple pieces of evidence support the idea of genetic entropy, but if it is true there is no hope for the human race outside of the second coming of Jesus Christ.
by Robert Carter
From a rib to a 206-bone human
Did Eve transition from a single bone to a 206-bone human? What about the transition from molecules to man?
by Matthew Cserhati
T. rex, cats, and attack-defence structures
Answering a question about the purpose of attack-defence structures like claws, and about vegetarian diets pre-Fall.
by Gavin Cox
Study: Biology professors are biased against Evangelicals
Why are Christians underrepresented in science, which was founded by Christians? New study shows that biology academics have overt bias against Evangelicals.
by Jonathan Sarfati
How did Adam and Eve ‘become like God in knowing good and evil’?
What did Adam and Eve learn? How did God ‘know good and evil’?
by Shaun Doyle
W.L. Craig’s ‘original’ views on original sin.
William Lane Craig, world famous apologist appears on a leading British podcast and shares his unbiblical views about original sin.
by Gavin Cox