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BioLogos, theistic evolution and the Pelagian heresy
In the debate over an historical Adam BioLogos revives an old heresy that leads to the destruction of the Gospel.
by Richard Fangrad
Yom is not an Eon
Some argue the Hebrew word yôm in Genesis 1 means a long time period because they try to fit billions of years into the Bible. Have they got a point?
by Lucien Tuinstra
Creation in-depth: The Evangelical church
Has the evangelical church lost its ‘saltiness’ in the world by abandoning the authority of Scripture?
by Andrew S Kulikovsky
Strategy of the Devil
by Russell Grigg
End-times and Early-times
Is the debate about how we should understand Genesis just like disputes about end-times prophecy (eschatology)?
by Don Batten
Could Adam and Eve have given rise to all the ‘races’?
‘Races’, genetics, and the biblical history of the world.
by Robert Carter, Carl Wieland
To catch a kinkajou …
This south American carnivore ignores meat-baited traps, but goes bananas over bananas!
by David Catchpoole
Was Adam more guilty than Eve?
We discuss whether the Bible says that either Adam or Eve was more guilty than the other.
by Russell Grigg
Is God inconsistent?
Is the God of the OT different from the NT?
by Lita Cosner, Gary Bates
The Future
Christians who embrace theistic evolution or progressive creation over billions of years in the past face the problem of heat death of the universe billions of years in the future.
by Russell Grigg
Lea, the spaghetti lioness
Lions are usually carnivores. But there’s one living today that grew up eating Italian pasta and vegetables—for seven years.
by David Catchpoole
‘No death before the Fall’?
The importance of the distinction of nephesh chayyah life.
by Lita Sanders