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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
Orthodox on God; ambivalent on biblical literalism; bypassing science; socially conservative
Orthodox on God, ambivalent on biblical literalism, bypassing science, and socially conservative.
by John Woodmorappe
Animals on the Ark
Various old-earth positions have loads of trouble figuring out why God put animals on the ark!
by Paul Price
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
CMI’s response to the ‘electric universe’
We explain why CMI is not interested in entertaining ‘electric universe’ ideas.
by Don Batten
The work ethic
The source of the work ethic that drove development of Western democracies.
by Marc Ambler
The Fall
How the disobedience of the first human couple had consequences for humanity. Only a historical Adam and Eve makes sense of death, suffering, and the Gospel.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Wayne Grudem’s second edition of Systematic Theology a disappointment for biblical creationists
Grudem’s Systematic Theology gets a new edition after 25 years. We review his chapter on creation.
by Lita Sanders
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
Evolution a replacement religion?
Evolution is evidence-based, right? Well why do scientific findings that fly in the face of evolution seldom impact the confidence of its adherents?
by Philip Bell
How did the earth dry out after the Flood?
One objection to a global Flood is the thought that the wind that blew across the earth would be insufficient to dry the land. This is nonsense.
by Robert Carter
Teaching ‘original goodness’ is anti-Gospel
The increasingly popular belief in the inherent pre-moral goodness of Homo sapiens denies the corruption of human nature at the Fall and sabotages the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
by Philip Bell