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Several popular Christians don’t seem to think it really matters who wrote Genesis.
Our modern society believes we are just reaching the height of human intelligence. If we accept this evolutionary view, what do we do with the biblical account?
I thought about the remarkable fruit we are seeing—testimonies, lives changed, families impacted, churches motivated—when I was in Oxford, England, recently.
The young-earth creationist view has been so maligned in popular culture that many people think creationists deny basic facts of life.
The ten best evidences for a young earth and creation including sea floor sediment, soft tissue in fossils, carbon-14, short-lived comets, and more.
Different views of Genesis come from people taking outside ideas, beliefs from fallible man, and interpreting the clear words of Scripture to fit those beliefs.
There is much debate about the nature of science and religion. Some argue the two areas give us understanding in distinct ways. But should there be a battle?
In light of a perfect pre-fall creation, parasitic plants may appear to be a thorny issue for a biblical worldview. But, digging deeper reveals a more biblical understanding.
Watch out—this critter’s outrageous hairdo is more than a fashion statement. With a prickly exterior & a matching disposition, the secret is in the spines.
Perhaps, in fact, it’s our discomfort with not knowing what to do with cavemen that makes us laugh. So just who were they?
60+ million babies have been killed since abortion was legalized in 1973. Confront the culture of death: your chance to impact millions with a message of life.
From floods and volcanoes to insect swarms, ice storms, and clear-cutting, a devastating variety of environmental disasters threaten forests all over the world.
Much has been written about the religious views of Charles Darwin. What exactly did he believe and when? Did he “reject” Christianity?
Plants communicate in many ways. This article discusses some of the documented “under-the-table” communications.
Different parts of your skin sport different sensitivities to the world around you. If our skin were sensitive all over, we would be in big trouble.
In a certain sense you don’t convert to paganism; you are a pagan. It is more of an inner discovery than a conversion.
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