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‘Billion-year’ fossil ‘balls’ (part 1)
Balls of cells discovered in ancient rocks pushes back complexity and multi-cellularity to supposedly one billion years ago. Such evidence fits early biblical history far better than evolution.
by Gavin Cox
Mathematics
Some academics claim that mathematics could be racist, and that there is such a thing as ‘white math’.
by James R. Hughes
Francis Bacon and the alleged conflict between science and the Bible
Is science independent of Scripture?
by Nicos Kaloyirou
The fruit of sin vs the fruit of sanctification: a Pauline allusion to Genesis 3 in Romans 6
Does Paul allude to the Fall in Romans 6?
by Lita Sanders
A biased survey of the history of Genesis interpretation
A biased survey of the history of Genesis interpretation.
by Lita Sanders
Systematic theology with a solid foundation
Systematic theology with a solid foundation
by Cody J. Guitard
Prewired language processing
Humans are born with brains 'prewired' to see words. How can evolutionists explain this?
by James R. Hughes
Genetic Entropy and the Gospel
Multiple pieces of evidence support the idea of genetic entropy, but if it is true there is no hope for the human race outside of the second coming of Jesus Christ.
by Robert Carter
The Attenborough eye-worm argument against God
The esteemed presenter of memorable nature documentaries has a standard answer when asked about a creator.
by David Catchpoole
Pop-culture Evolutionism
How do we stop the cycle of misinformation?
by Paul Price
Understanding the enemy’s schemes: Long ages of time is the atheists’ “bedrock and launch pad”
Dismantling the millions and billions of years timeframe deprives evolution of its foundation, gutting atheism of its beachhead for firing ‘doubt-missiles’.
by David Catchpoole
Are we free to be as creative as we want?
How much freedom do we have to artistically represent what God has described in the Bible? Creativity must not be a licence to misrepresent the truth.
by Phil Robinson