BIBLICAL & SCIENTIFIC ANSWERS

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Ken Ham July 15, 2024, 3:30 p.m.
The Supposed “Dinosaur Extinction” Gave Us . . . Grapes?

The Supposed “Dinosaur Extinction” Gave Us . . . Grapes?

This headline certainly made me look twice, “If dinosaurs hadn’t gone extinct, we may not have delicious grapes.”

Brian H. Edwards July 14, 2024, noon

Trusting the Text

Without the original texts of the Bible in our hands, how can we be sure our surviving copies don’t contain lots of mistakes?

Trusting the Text
Ken Ham July 13, 2024, noon

We’re Living in Babylon—What Can We Do?

We need a generation that knows what God’s Word says and is willing to boldly proclaim it and live by it, no matter the consequences.

We’re Living in Babylon—What Can We Do?
Patricia Engler July 13, 2024, 6 a.m.

When Health Care Becomes Homicide

Thinking Biblically About Assisted Death

When Health Care Becomes Homicide
Ken Ham July 12, 2024, 1:30 p.m.

How to “Woke-Proof” Your Church

What’s the key to being “woke-proof”? Genesis 1–11 is the foundation of all doctrine, the gospel, our Christian worldview, the rest of the Bible, and everything else.

How to “Woke-Proof” Your Church
Lita Sanders July 12, 2024, 10:30 a.m.

Do the Infancy Gospels Tell Us About Jesus’ Childhood?

A new manuscript of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas tells us more about ancient Gnostics than about Jesus

Do the Infancy Gospels Tell Us About Jesus’ Childhood?
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