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Socialist science in the 20th century
How Communism undermined science in the USSR
by Marc Ambler
The Church’s hole in the heart
Even atheists are saying that the Western Church has a heart problem. This is impairing her vital mission, so what’s to be done?
by Philip Bell
The AI revolution
Humans are not meat-based computers; no matter how good an AI program might be at churning out responses to questions, it will never be emotionally involved with anything it does.
by David Thomas
Did life come from outer space?
Some evolutionists are admitting that it’s just impossible for life to have begun from nothing, on Earth. So they’re asking…
by Russell Grigg
From the heart
This doctor’s training strongly reinforced her belief in biblical creation.
by Bettina Fung
Electric Stargazers
Electric Stargazers are monster fish that uses multiple lures, ambush, venom, and electricity to hunt their prey.
by Joel Tay
Christmas and Genesis
How does creation relate to this season? Because the babe in Bethlehem was the Creator of the Universe!
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
End-times and Early-times
Is the debate about how we should understand Genesis just like disputes about end-times prophecy (eschatology)?
by Don Batten
The earth: how old does it look?
How old does the earth ‘look’ to you?
by Carl Wieland
Hugh Ross Church Fathers
What Hugh Ross used to say about the Church Fathers on Genesis, and why he had to retract (quietly).
by Jonathan Sarfati
‘Soft’ gap sophistry
Soft gappers claim Gen. 1:1–2 refers to creation of stars, galaxies and the matter of the earth, and v. 3–31 to forming and filling of earth billions of years later.
by Don Batten
Should Genesis be taken literally?
How would the original readers have understood it?
by Russell Grigg