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Creation in independent schools
Under the guise of protecting school pupils against indoctrination, hypocritical moves are afoot to propagate scientific materialism.
by Dominic Statham
Please do something about Mammoth Cave, Kentucky
It turns people away from trusting the Bible.
by Tas Walker
The non-evolution of the horse
The amazing variety in these magnificent animals serves as a reminder that things do not make themselves.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The great educational experiment
Why using public money for school education is dangerous to children.
by Jenny Arms
It’s all about the teacher
Creation evangelists Bob and Frances Relyea are committed to teaching the teachers to continue spreading the truth of creation.
by David Catchpoole and Warren Nunn
Army atheist yells, ‘God save me’, as shells explode
How creation evangelism helped change the life of a scared soldier.
by Roger Griffiths
Refusing to be muzzled
A church job offer depended on agreement not to talk about creation; what to do?
by Don Batten
Is CMI only focused on one thing?
Far from being a ‘side issue’, focusing on Creation helps us to proclaim Jesus as Creator and Saviour.
by Erin Hughes
Effective witnessing with creation evangelism
We suggest some ways Christians might use creation resources in practical ways to reach unbelieving friends.
by Lita Sanders
At the cutting edge of creation evangelism
How to reach others with the Gospel message by starting conversations about creation.
by Warren Nunn
Seven ways to build a lighthouse
Equipping your children with as much information as possible is the best antidote to the onslaught they will face in a secular classroom.
by Tricia Wright
“What?… Teach my children unbiblical ideas?”
Simply knowing about ideas that contradict Christianity can help young people stand firm against them.
by Joel Tay