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World War 1 centenary
New video clip about the evolutionary origins of World War 1, which were the precursors of WW2 and the Nazi Holocaust.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Namibian genocide—a precursor of the Holocaust
A Review of The Kaiser’s Holocaust: Germany’s Forgotten Genocide and the Colonial Roots of Nazism by David Olusoga and Casper W. Erichsen
by Marc Ambler
Did God make Adam ‘half-female’?
Are women superior to men because they have one more X chromosome?
by Shaun Doyle
Darwin’s corrosive influence on literature and society as a whole
A confronting look at the impact of God-hating, influential writers.
by Jerry Bergman
The scars of a nation
The scars of the treatment that first Australians received is a lesson in how not to treat people.
by Carl Wieland
Why do children lose their trust in the Bible?
We need to teach our children that the Bible reliably reflects the real world.
by Gary Bates
Jettisoning Genesis and the silent genocide
The astonishing numbers of abortions performed each year is indicative of the complete loss of society’s Judeo-Christian foundations, which should drive Christians to their knees in prayer.
by Gavin Cox
A Tale of Four Countries
A South African faced with the parlous state of his own country finds striking parallels and lessons in history.
by Marc Ambler
Answering another abortion argument
If life is in the blood, does that mean the unborn child is not human until he or she has circulating blood? We respond.
by Lita Sanders
Soil, trees and their fruit
The Lord Jesus told us that certain trees will produce certain fruit. Gary Bates uses this analogy to show the importance of Genesis creation for our worldviews.
by Gary Bates
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