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Loving God with all your mind: logic and creation
Loving God with all your mind: logic and creation
by Jonathan Sarfati
Philosophical arguments for God
Why think God exists? Here are several reasons why.
by Shaun Doyle
How to build a bomb in the public school system
The 1999 Columbine massacre prompted people to ask, ‘How could they do this?’ How indeed …
by David Catchpoole
Why does science work at all?
The Bible provides all the necessary assumptions, but atheistic evolution can’t.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Is evolution pseudoscience?
Evolutionists’ own criteria for identifying a ‘pseudoscience’ show that evolution itself is a pseudoscience.
by Mark Johansen
Whose god? The theological response to the god-of-the-gaps
This charge is a favourite of compromising churchians against creationists. Yet it really works only against a deistic worldview, not against the biblical Christian one.
by Lael Weinberger
Science: The rules of the game
by Carl Wieland
Bomb-building vs. the biblical foundation
A critic disputes that a biblical foundation is necessary for ethics. The response shows why it is, and points out the real ethical problem for atheists.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Answering question about 5G and COVID-19
People have concerns about the new 5G technology. Other mix in fear of the coronavirus to stir the pot of conspiracy theory. The answers are actually easy to find.
by Dr Robert Carter
The “God spot”
Scientists say that a certain spot in the brain produces religious feeling; does that mean it’s all in our heads?
by Lita Sanders
A tale of two fleas
A simple parable cuts through the nonsense claims that, regardless of the evidence, it is ‘unscientific by definition’ to conclude in favour of divine creation as an explanation of origins.
by Carl Wieland
Does ribozyme research prove Darwinian evolution?
The origin of the first living organism is a huge problem for materialists. Agnostic DB of California agrees that creationist critiques are strong, but argues that ribozyme ‘evolution’ might solve the problem; Dr Sarfati responds.