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Perils of Theistic Evolution
The case against theistic evolution must not be silenced by claims that creationism brings the gospel into disrepute—on the contrary, the stakes are high and this is no time for surrender!
by Philip Bell
The ‘bird of prey’ that’s not
This fierce looking bird, with its sharp, hooked beak, and vicious ‘raptor’ talons, looks ‘obviously’ designed for tearing and devouring flesh—but it normally nibbles nuts.
by David Catchpoole
Piranha
Piranhas are renowned for tearing the flesh off live animals that venture into South American rivers. But has their fearsome reputation been greatly exaggerated?
by David Catchpoole
Could Adam and Eve have given rise to all the ‘races’?
‘Races’, genetics, and the biblical history of the world.
by Robert Carter, Carl Wieland
‘No death before the Fall’?
The importance of the distinction of nephesh chayyah life.
by Lita Sanders
‘Acellular’ first life?
Did the hypothetical ‘first life’ need to be cellular?
by Don Batten
Did fish die before the Fall?
Were fish a category of nephesh chayyah life that did not suffer death before the Fall?
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati, Lita Cosner
Jesus teaching the ‘big picture’ from Genesis
Today’s evolutionized society needs Gospel preaching based on Genesis.
by Gary Bates, Russell Grigg
The Future
Christians who embrace theistic evolution or progressive creation over billions of years in the past face the problem of heat death of the universe billions of years in the future.
by Russell Grigg
Defending the authority of Scripture
Lael Weinberger talks with leading Bible expositor John MacArthur
by Lael Weinberger
Gap theory revisited
‘Gap theory’ has no exegetical basis in Scripture in both ancient Hebrew and 17th century English.
by Lita Cosner, Dr Jonathan Sarfati
C-14 dates and the HK ‘ark’ claim
Discrepant C-14 dates provide further skepticism of the recent claims to have found Noah’s Ark on Mt Ararat.
by Carl Wieland