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The Conundrum of Compromise
Compromising on Genesis has far reaching consequences, even for the cross.
by Joel Tay
Five first instances of biblical words
Quibbles over semantics can be irritating, but knowing the true meaning of the words of Scripture is enlightening.
by Lucien Tuinstra
The implications of Chaos Theory for understanding creation
What implications does chaos theory have for our understanding of creation?
by Andrew Sibley
Does theistic evolution take away the need for God?
Scholars argue that claims to take the Bible seriously while treating Genesis symbolically undercut its truth, nullify its evidence for God, and hinder evangelism.
by Philip Bell
Genesis: Bible authors believed it to be history
Those who insist that Biblical creationists are being divisive over ‘small details’, need to reconsider what Jesus said about Genesis.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Teaching people how to think
As trust in major social and academic institutions falls, people are falling into another form of futile thinking. Switching from one extreme to the other.
by Robert Carter
Is the seventh day an eternal day?
Can Hebrews 4 justify long creation days?
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Genesis is history!
The language of Genesis shows that it’s history, and that’s how the rest of the Bible treats it.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Could the Flood have been tranquil?
John Fleming proposed a tranquil Flood that left no trace. But then, why are scoffers without excuse? Could there be a tranquil flood any more than a tranquil explosion?
by Jonathan Sarfati
Denying the greatest event in the history of the world
Materialists change the dating convention of BC and AD to reflect their godless vision.
by Gary Bates
The Victoria Institute—the forerunner of modern creation science organizations
The forerunner of modern creation science organizations
by Andrew Sibley
Genesis contradictions?
Skeptics claim that the order of creation in Genesis 2 is different to that in chapter 1. But is it?
by Don Batten