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Presuppositionalism vs evidentialism, and is the human genome simple?
Are vaccines biblical, safe or effective?
Defending vital doctrines and the deity of Christ
08 Dec 2007
Do we really confess Jesus as God? To understand New Testament confessions, it is important to understand the Old Testament basis. Many Old Testament references to God/YHWH/Jehovah are applied to Jesus.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Agnostic asks whether biblical Christians commit circular reasoning: role of axioms, internal consistency and real world application
Using the Bible to prove the Bible?
Da Vinci Code apostate challenges CMI
12 Aug 2006
A reader has used the Da Vinci Code as an excuse for leaving his former professed faith. Dr Sarfati’s response exposes many fallacies of this, and provides advice on how to handle works like Dan Brown’s.
What about abortion to save the mother’s life?
22 Feb 2005
What about abortion to save the mother's life?
Why use apologetics for evangelism?
Why should Christians even bother to defend the faith? Mainly, because Scripture commands us to! And it has practical benefits of helping people come to faith and retain it, while refusal to defend the faith leads to apostasy.
Reinforcing the Darwin–Hitler connection and correcting misinformation about slavery and racism
03 Oct 2005
Reader objects to Darwin–Hitler link, blames Christianity for slavery, racism and the Crusades. We respond, and point out the Christian basis for the abolition of slavery in Britain 200 years ago this year.
Misunderstandings about One Blood: The Biblical Answer to Racism
The Hebrew language and Messianic prophecies
What does the Hebrew Bible really say about the coming Messiah and the days of Creation? A Jewish Christian helps a gentile Christian respond to Jewish ‘anti-missionary’.
Does Genesis hold up under critic’s scrutiny?
Feedback article, James Holding responds to a critic (Professor Almond) of Russell Grigg's article, "Did Moses Really Write Genesis?" Holding takes Almond's arguments apart point by point.
Christian chemist’s assumptions lead to accusations
18 Nov 2006
A theistic evolutionist accuses CMI of neither understanding science or the Bible. The response explains the difference between facts and interpretations, and between literalism and interpreting in context.