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What humans do but animals don’t
Six abilities of humans that make us different from animals, and are features of God and thus make us accountable to Him.
by David Christie and Russell Grigg
Are we nothing more than a bag of chemicals?
An academic takes evolution to its logical conclusion—since people are essentially just rearranged pond scum in a Darwinian scenario, how can they be held responsible for committing crimes?
by Dominic Statham
The inhuman nature of secular humanism
Historically, humanism had noble roots in Christian academia, but post-Reformation, through Unitarian influence, humanism’s biblical foundations were eroded and replaced by secular thinking based on evolution.
by Gavin Cox, Andrew Sibley
Abraham Ulrikab
The ‘zoo exhibit’ who could write
by Shaun Doyle
Is the unborn child a person?
Even most atheist obstetricians refuse to perform abortions—why?
by Lita Sanders
Does the Bible promote injustice?
Slavery, morality, and the positive effect of the Bible on society.
by Lita Cosner, Don batten
Legalizing abortion: no-one is safe anymore
Compromise on ‘made in the image of God’ is taking us into Hitler’s gas chambers.
by Gary Bates
A global anti-Christian totalitarian threat
A global anti-Christian totalitarian threat.
by John Loiterton
Wagging a finger at creationists
Answering a critic who scolds creationists on moral and intellectual grounds.
by Keaton Halley
Why believe in objective morals?
How can we believe in objective morals if people disagree on moral questions?
by Shaun Doyle
Deeply unethical research uses aborted babies scalps attached to mice to test human immune responses
Scalps of aborted babies were grafted onto mice to test human immune responses to bacteria. This represents new lows in science, whereby humans are brutally treated like commodities.
by Gavin Cox
Of cows and man
For humans, but not for cattle?
by Mark James