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Cain’s wife and brother-sister intermarriage
How could Cain have married his sister, if God forbade this practice in Leviticus, and his moral law is unchanging?
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
Darwinism and World War One
While the Second World War is more obviously connected to Darwinism, it also played an important role in the first.
by Lita Sanders
Vintage Journal: Pre-Adamites and human fossils
Can the human fossil record, with its evidence of suffering, disease, sin and death, be dated before Adam?
by Marvin L. Lubenow
World Creation stories
Everyone believes in a creation story of some sort, but which of the world’s creation stories have proven to be the most detrimental to a civil society?
by Calvin Smith
One man, one woman
If this is what the Bible teaches, then why did some men have many wives?
by Jonathan Sarfati
When does the unborn baby feel pain?
Pro-aborts are crowing about studies alleging that the unborn baby feels no pain. But not only are these claims highly debatable, they ignore the real issue.
by Lita Sanders
Atheists credit the Gospel
Two high-profile atheists concede that to get practical help to the poor and liberate them from poverty you need Christianity’s teaching about man’s place in the Universe
by David Catchpoole
Does the Bible allow polygamy?
A correspondent asks about guidance for his country’s new converts to Christ who come from areas where polygamy is common. Another asks about the ‘Hobbit’ classified as Homo floresiensis.
by JS & L Cosner
Darwin’s bodysnatchers: new horrors
People deliberately killed to provide ‘specimens’ for evolutionary research.
by Carl Wieland
Obama racism row
‘Disgustingly racist and offensive’ pictures on the internet of America’s First Lady have caused a furore, for which Google executives have apologized. What’s behind it all?
by David Catchpoole
Morals decline linked to belief in evolution
Darwinists object, but it’s linked to belief in evolution.
by David Catchpoole
A Civic Biology and eugenics
How did the school text book that was the subject of the Scopes trial impact eugenics—the ‘scientific’ breeding of human beings?
by Grant Williams