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Extrasolar planets with organic materials
Are they incubators of life or just similar to the dead planets in our solar system?
by Wayne Spencer
Do we still sin?
How Darwinian evolution and millions of years are destroying the foundation of the gospel of Christ—in our theological colleges.
by David Phillips
Romans 5:12–21: Paul’s view of literal Adam
Many passages in Scripture require Adam to be historical. Among them is Romans 5:12–21, where a historical Adam is contrasted with the historical Jesus.
by Lita Sanders
Age of the earth
Data from many different sources point to a young age for the cosmos; not billions of years.
by Don Batten
Swine flu—Is it evidence of evolution?
Just as with AIDS and avian influenza, the latest virus scare is being hailed as proof that evolution is true.
by Carl Wieland and David Catchpoole
Dinosaur soft tissue and protein—even more confirmation!
Mary Schweitzer announces even stronger evidence, this time from a duckbilled dino fossil, of even more proteins—and the same amazingly preserved flexible blood vessel and cell structures as before.
by Carl Wieland
The cat who refuses to eat meat
A vegetarian cat? How does this shed light on Eden, the pre-Fall world?
by Carl Wieland
Did Darwin recant?
Did Darwin recant?
by Russell Grigg
Biblical creation impedes evangelism? Plus yet another uninformed atheist.
Should believers accept billions of years and evolution to avoid ridicule? Did God ‘entrap’ Adam?
by Jonathan Sarfati
The carnivorous nature and suffering of animals
Detailed biblical evidence shows that animals eating, hurting and killing each other is incompatible with the original ’very good’ creation. Therefore carnivory must have begun after the Fall.
by Robert J. M. Gurney
‘Go to hell, creationists!’
A rowdy demonstration at a German university shows that ‘tolerance’ does not extend to creation and the Bible.
by Carl Wieland
Cosmic and universal death from Adam’s fall: an exegesis of Romans 8:19–23a
Romans 8 testifies that the Curse is universal in extent.
by Henry B. Smith Jr