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Do I have to believe in a historical Genesis to be saved?
It all depends on what the gospel is.
by Shaun Doyle
Fulfilling the Great Commission from the inside out!
Equipping believers to spread the Gospel.
by Erin Hughes
Creation rejoices!
‘Creation’ is not in a state of rejoicing now—but the day will come when a restored creation will be a reality.
by Peter Howe
Guidance to understand Scripture
Advice on how to know the Bible better, including how Old and New Testaments relate.
by Keaton Halley
Creation is a foundational truth
Irenaeus, a leader in the early Christian Church, indicated that the prophets and apostles viewed the doctrine of creation as foundational.
by Jim Hughes
Why did God make such a big universe?
Does our size relative to the cosmos mean we’re insignificant in God’s eyes?
by Shaun Doyle
The use of Genesis in the New Testament
Why should New Testament scholars care about the interpretation of Genesis? Because the New Testament quotes it frequently—as history!
by Lita Sanders
Hope in the Resurrection of Christ
Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians proclaims Christ’s resurrection, grounded upon an historical first Adam, and explains that believers will also be changed into Christ’s image with incorruptible spiritual bodies.
by Andrew Sibley
Biblical Unity
Biblical unity is very important, but how does the Bible define it? Those who divide the church are those who introduce false teaching, not those who confront it.
by Joel Tay
Jesus on the age of the earth
Jesus believed in a young world, but leading theistic evolutionists say He is wrong.
by Carl Wieland
Elohim, Adam, and the divine relationship with humanity
Response to a question on the triune nature of God in the name Elohim, and the relationship between the Trinity, Adam, and humanity as a whole.
by Andrew Sibley
The incarnation of Jesus and miracles
Central to Christmas is the supernatural account of God taking on human flesh to reconcile lost sinners to God—but naturalism is devoid of such a message of hope.
by Andrew Sibley