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From Atheism to Christ
A young scientist indoctrinated in atheistic philosophy in China came to America and was dramatically converted to Christianity.
by Rob Carter
Herero genocide
German settlers, feeding on ideas of evolutionary superiority, perpetrated genocide on the noble Herero people of Namibia.
by Marc Ambler
The atheists’ creation story
The evolutionary worldview is maintained by storytelling and censorship.
by Dominic Statham
Why leave the atheists out?
The violence and bloodshed of the religion of atheism.
by Don Hardgrave
Exploring Intelligent Design language in Genesis 2 and Acts 17—yatsar and poieĊ
Evidence of God’s creative craftsmanship is even found in the very words of Scripture.
by Andrew Sibley
The lies of Lynchburg
Enthusiastic disciples of Darwin formulated eugenics laws in America to prevent ‘undesirables’ from breeding—well before the Nazi ‘racial hygiene’ policies.
by Carl Wieland
Organized complexity—how atheistic assumptions hinder science
Can the problems of ordered complexity be solved by using the tools of randomness?
by Russ White
An atheist argues for disbelief
When atheists argue against creation, they mostly refuse to accept that they are taking an evolutionary faith position.
by Calvin Smith
Terrorism and Europe’s spiritual vacuum
Threats to peace and stability generally (such as fear of terrorism) are not disconnected from the increasing moral and spiritual vacuum in our post-Christian western nations.
by Philip Bell
Can atheists know meaning and purpose?
The atheists’ claim that we can find purpose in a purposeless universe requires their followers to perform intellectual summersaults and to act inconsistently with their core beliefs.
by Dominic Statham`
Agnosticism
What is agnosticism? And how can Christians respond to it?
by Shaun Doyle
Proclaiming Creation in a scientific age-->
Contrary to the tired old mantra, ‘science has disproved the Bible’, biblical literate and scientifically informed Christians can (and should) proclaim creation with well-founded confidence.
by Philip Bell