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Rewilding, artificial foods, and creation
A response to the environmentalists’ rewilding agenda, which would devalue people and diminish the quality of human life. Far better, the biblical approach involves stewardship, and respect for creation.
by Andrew Sibley
Without God the universal cart must come before the cosmic horse
Can 'Maxwell’s Demon' avoid an intelligent origin for life?
by Alex Williams
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
Ethical treatment of animals
Many people today believe it is immoral to eat animals, to use any animal products, or to use animals in medical experiments. The Bible has much to say on the subject.
by Jim Hughes and Robert Carter
The unexpected history of scientific naturalism
A review of Science Without God? by Peter Harrison and Jon H. Roberts (Eds.)
by Daniel Davidson
Having convictions is not a crime
Should compelling naturalistic explanations be enough for Bible-believing Christians to give up their convictions? If so, what about atheists who, by definition, rule out the supernatural?
by Lucien Tuinstra
Life on this planet is fleeting
Sir David Attenborough is a highly accomplished man, but wrong about things like God’s existence and evolution; what about environmental and climate issues?
by Lucien Tuinstra
Scientism and secularism … and Scripture?
Scientism is bunk. But how do we integrate Scripture and science?
by Shaun Doyle
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
The conversation that never happened
A conversation that never happened.
by Thomas Fretwell
Memory, the brain, and the soul
A reader asks—if memories are stored in the brain, what basis is there for belief in the soul?
by Keaton Halley
The conflict between conservation and Darwinian natural selection
Laudable conservation efforts are predicated on the belief that nature shouldn’t change over time, but this doesn’t sit well with the prevalent evolutionary belief that nature does change over time.
by Andrew Sibley