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Old-earthers claim Augustine as support for figurative interpretations of Genesis 1. But what did Augustine really say?
Both secular science and the Scriptures state that man was formed from dust. What is the difference, and why is it important?
The Bible describes many individuals as giants, and it also mentions several giant people groups.
Like a good reporter piecing together a story, we must examine all the eyewitness accounts recorded in God’s Word, realize by faith that they must all be true, and then see how they fit together.
It is appropriate to pray to the Father directly; however, just because we are permitted to pray to the Father, doesn’t mean that we are not permitted to pray to the Son.
This article will survey the history of Christian fundamentalism in America along with its strengths and weaknesses, victories and defeats, and the significance of the doctrine of biblical inerrancy
Many archaeologists who excavate biblical lands reach conclusions that differ with the historical account of Scripture. How should a Christian respond?
Humanity was never meant to venerate or worship nature, but rather to preserve, protect, and harvest the bounty provided by God through His physical creation.
Can the evolutionist view of the history of natural evil be harmonized with the Bible’s apparent teaching that all of this evil is the consequence of the Fall?
Determining the meaning of tannin requires a close look at the actual Hebrew word and a study of the various contexts in which it appears.
Noticing the intellectual reputation of Neanderthals, it’s worth recalling how a person’s worldview colors his interpretation of data about human origins.
Although van Leeuwenhoek was not the inventor of the microscope, he advanced it more than anyone else for seeing living things.
This article will mathematically model one simple aspect of cell formation and, using mathematical statistics, compute the expected waiting time for this structure to occur.
The so-called “God Particle” may not be relevant to many practical aspects of our daily lives but it brings up an opportunity to consider the meaning of the way the universe is made.
Many critics of the Genesis account of history scoff at the idea of plants and seeds lasting for a year in fresh and salt water, therefore discounting the biblical account of the Flood.
The beauty, design, and ingenuity found everywhere in the natural world is one of the major reasons for belief in God.
A blog post critical of the Creation Museum’s “Lucy” exhibit shows reckless and unscientific reasoning.
The ENCODE project’s recent discoveries help make sense of the DNA referred to as “junk.”
Cooking: the key to evolutionary success
History channel’s survey of human history opens with a sadly skewed story.
Why would the author of Genesis not use the word “tebel” to describe the flood if it was actually worldwide?