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In the beginning … they misunderstood
Two evangelical theologians set out to interpret Genesis 1 in its original context but is their methodology flawed?
by Andrew S Kulikovsky
Does creation damage Christianity’s credibility?
Do compromising interpretations of Genesis help apologetics?
by Lita Sanders
Atoms and God’s order in the fundamental building blocks of all substance
Did Dmitri Mendeleev really get the idea for the Periodic Table in a dream?
by Craig A Perman
Creation in-depth: If you can’t beat them, ban them
A review of Slaughter of the Dissidents by Jerry Bergman.
by Lloyd To
‘Just preach the Gospel!’
The New Testament authors preached the Gospel under a background of Genesis history. This includes the people, events, time frame, and order of events.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Creation evangelism in Japan
Japanese churches using Acts 17 evangelism see conversion growth.
by Don Batten
Creation in schools hits the headlines
Humanists trying to block creation in the classroom—aided by Christians?
by Philip Bell
Creation evangelism
The ‘big picture’ in which the Gospel makes sense.
by Carl Wieland
Are look-alikes related?
What else could explain look-alikes?
by Don Batten
Encyclopedic ‘truth’ … or worldly wisdom?
Encyclopedias have been regarded by many as being reliable ‘fonts of knowledge’. But when it comes to evolution, can you trust them?
by David Catchpoole
Biology exam fraud
Fraudulent embryo drawings (a la Ernst Haeckel) said to provide evidence for evolution.
by Rocky Smart
Is there a future for Christian education?
Religious discrimination is rampant against creationists: the Texas Higher Education Coordination Board’s decision to deny the ICR Graduate School the right to grant accredited advanced degrees is one example.
by Chris Ashcraft