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Australia’s ‘season of disasters’
A nation stands in shock at it?s worst-ever natural disaster
by Gary Bates
Can compromisers really be saved?
CMI often says that creation compromisers can be saved; are we wrong?
by Lita Sanders
‘Carnivorous’ dinosaurs had plant diet
Theropods, the dino group that includes T.rex, were all predators, right? No, about half of them had a salad diet! See also how they challenge dino-to-bird dogma.
by Jonathan Sarfati and Liita Cosner
Naming the animals: all in a day’s work for Adam
Adam, the world’s first zoologist, did the world’s first animal classification.
by Russell Grigg
Plenty of time
For oil reserves, for distant starlight to reach the earth, and for God (who created time)
by Jonathan Sarfati and David Catchpoole
Is Genesis poetry? and Who was the father of hermeneutics?
This weekend feedback discusses the origin of the non-literal interpretation of Genesis, and who deserves the title ‘Father of Hermeneutics’.
by Lita Sanders
Snakes: designed to kill?
Snakes look like they were designed to kill. How does this fit with God creating everything ‘very good’?
by Philip Bell
Pew survey reveals basic ignorance of Christian belief
Most American Christians showed alarming ignorance of their own faith. What’s the solution?
by GB, LC
Can Christians believe evolution?
As we have often stated, we regard evolution as contrary to Scripture, but Christians can still be saved despite believing in it. A guest author explains some reasons for this, including how Christians are never fully mature when saved.
by Kevin Moritz
Strategy of the Devil
by Russell Grigg
A response to Timothy Keller’s ‘Creation, Evolution and Christian Laypeople’
Timothy Keller offers some ways that Christians can accept a ‘literal’ Adam and evolutionary processes. But this compromise forces him to reinterpret key parts of Genesis.
by Lita Sanders
Are we nothing more than a bag of chemicals?
An academic takes evolution to its logical conclusion—since people are essentially just rearranged pond scum in a Darwinian scenario, how can they be held responsible for committing crimes?
by Dominic Statham