The Creation Answers Book
Is there really a God? Where did Cain find his wife? What about the gap theory? Are radioisotope dating methods reliable? How did ‘bad things’ come about?
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- Is there objective evidence that God exists?
- What are the consequences of atheism?
- Where did God come from?
- Can we know God personally?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 1
- Are the days of creation ordinary days?
- Could they be long periods of time?
- Why six days? Is Genesis Poetry?
- Does the length of the days really affect the Gospel?
- How can there be ‘days’ without the sun on the first three days?
- Does Genesis 2 contradict Genesis 1?
- What about the framework hypothesis?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 2
Chapter 3: What about gap theories?
- What is the ruin-reconstruction theory?
- Lucifer’s flood?
- Is the ‘soft gap’ idea better?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 3
Chapter 4: What about carbon dating?
- How does the carbon ‘clock’ work?
- Is it reliable?
- What does carbon dating really show?
- What about other radiometric dating methods?
- Is there evidence that Earth is young?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 4
Chapter 5: How can we see stars in a young universe?
- If the universe is young and it takes millions of years for light to get to us from many stars, how can we see them?
- Did God create light in transit?
- Was the speed of light faster in the past?
- Does this have anything to do with the ‘big bang’?
- What about Relativity?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 5
Chapter 6: How did bad things come about?
- If God’s original creation was ‘very good’, why is ‘nature red in tooth and claw’ now?
- Did God create animals with defence-attack structures? Or were they re-designed after the Fall?
- Wouldn’t there be a population explosion if animals did not eat each other?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 6
Chapter 7: What about similarities and other such arguments for evolution?
- Do similarities between creatures prove that they had a common ancestor (evolved)?
- Is human and chimp DNA very similar?
- Do human embryos go through animal stages as they develop?
- Do we have useless left-over bits of animals in us?
- What about ‘ape-men’?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 7
Chapter 8: Who was Cain’s wife?
- It is now not lawful to marry your sister. So if Adam and Eve were the only two people God created, how could their son Cain find a wife?
- How is this important to the Gospel?
- What about the land of Nod?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 8
Chapter 9: Were the ‘Sons of God’ and/or nephilim extra-terrestrials?
- Has Earth been visited by extra-terrestrials?
- Could life exist ‘out there’?
- What about UFOs and government cover-ups?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 9
Chapter 10: Was the Flood global?
- Does it matter?
- Does the Bible say that Noah’s Flood covered the whole earth?
- Is there any evidence outside the Bible for such a Flood?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 10
Chapter 11: What about continental drift?
- Have the continents really moved apart?
- How could this relate to the Bible’s account of history?
- Could it have had something to do with the Flood?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 11
Chapter 12: Noah’s Flood—what about all that water?
- Where did all the water come from for the Flood?
- Was there a water vapour canopy?
- How was Mt Everest covered with water?
- Where did the water go after the Flood?
- How could this have happened?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 12
Chapter 13: How did all the animals fit on Noah’s Ark?
- What animals did Noah take onto the Ark?
- Where did they store all the food?
- How could the Ark have been big enough?
- What about all the animals’ waste?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 13
Chapter 14: How did freshwater and saltwater fish survive the flood?
- How did saltwater fish survive dilution of the sea water with fresh water, or how did freshwater types survive in saltwater?
- And how did plants survive?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 14 (Lesson 13 continued)
Chapter 15: Where are all the human fossils?
- Why are human fossils not found with trilobites, for example?
- If humans and dinosaurs lived at the same time, why aren’t their fossils found together?
- How could the Flood produce the order in the fossil record?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 15
Chapter 16: What about ice ages?
- How many ice ages were there?
- Where does an ice age fit into the biblical account?
- How much of the earth was covered by ice?
- How long did it last?
- What about the frozen mammoths?
- How were people affected?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 16
Chapter 17: How did animals get from the Ark to places such as Australia?
- How did the animals get from remote countries to the Ark?
- After the Flood, did kangaroos hop all the way to Australia?
- Why are certain types of plants and animals found in particular places?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 17
Chapter 18: How did all the different ‘races’ arise (from Noah’s family)?
- What is a ‘race’?
- How did different skin colours come about?
- What are the consequences of false ideas about the origin of races?
- Are black people the result of a curse on Ham?
- What about ‘Stone Age’ people?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 18
Chapter 19: What about dinosaurs?
- Was there an ‘age of dinosaurs’ long before people came on the scene?
- What does the Bible say about dinosaurs?
- What were the dragons of history?
- What do dinosaur fossils tell us?
- What happened to the dinosaurs?
- See Study Guide, Lesson 19
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