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CMI is asked what they think about Immanuel Velikovky’s unorthodox ideas
A supporter writes into CMI with a series of perceptive questions critical of the late Immanuel Velikovsky and asks what does CMI think?
by Gavin Cox
Preserving God’s image in the face of death: Important lessons in remembering World War 1
Today marks the one hundredth anniversary of the end of World War 1. Even in the horror of war, important lessons can be learnt about the truth of Genesis.
by Philip Robinson
Accounting for blighting plant and disfiguring animal diseases
How did the Fall affect fungi?
by Warren Shipton
Providing hope during a pandemic
Genesis 1-3 provides the explanation for the origin of death, suffering, and evil in God’s perfect creation. Evolution-believing theologians dismiss this, robbing Christians of hope.
by Gavin Cox
How did bad things come about?
Why are there predators, parasites, pathogens, in a very good creation? God didn’t make them that way! They became harmful after Adam’s fall. Poison depends on dose.
Adam and Eve in historical survey—learn but be leery
A historical survey of Adam and Eve—from a skeptical perspective.
by Philip B. Bell
Is evolution really about science?
Statements from evolutionists reveal their real motives.
by Gary Bates
What does it mean to be a “living  creature”?
Would a robotic dog that could make copies of itself be alive?
by James R. Hughes
Five things you may not know about Adam
Adam, the first man, made in the image of God from dust of the ground. What else do you know about him? Here are five things to test your knowledge.
by Lucien Tuinstra & Phil Robinson
New textbook teaches non-Christian religion of theistic evolutionism
New ‘Christian’ textbook promotes theistic evolution
by Lita Sanders
History denial
Modernists may sneer at the idea of Genesis as history but it’s the foundation for good science as well as vibrant Christianity.
by Philip Bell
Different understandings of origins?
How important are different understandings of origins?
by Shaun Doyle