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Response to critic of Creation Answers Book, Ch.1
Is the Bible trustworthy and reliable? Response to critic, covering canon, contradictions, ritual purity laws, miracles, and science.
by Jonathan Sarfati
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
Scientism and secularism … and Scripture?
Scientism is bunk. But how do we integrate Scripture and science?
by Shaun Doyle
Apologetics – a steppingstone, not a crutch
Avoid a pitfall: don’t let apologetics become a crutch for your faith!
by Paul Price
Is the Kalam argument for God a good argument?
What’s the difference between a good argument and a bad argument?
by Shaun Doyle
Why should a Christian ‘labour and toil’?
Are Christians exempt from work, or on the contrary, called to work, unto the Lord? Our work ethics are rooted in the book of Genesis.
by Marc Ambler
Photographing God’s creation
Wilderness adventurer and photographer Bill Boehm tells how nature reveals its creator
by Ron Neller
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
Without God the universal cart must come before the cosmic horse
Can 'Maxwell’s Demon' avoid an intelligent origin for life?
by Alex Williams
Is there absolute truth?
Can we use the idea of ‘absolute truth’ to prove God is real?
by Shaun Doyle
Diabolical ironclad beetles inspire extra-strong joints
Ironclad beetle laminated elytra have special joins that confer extra toughness, and might inspire aircraft joints.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Kant’s religion of reason and the reinterpretation of Genesis 1–3
How did Immanuel Kant’s philosophy affect the interpretation of Genesis 1–3?
by Martin Duboisée de Ricquebourg