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From the beginning of history, mankind has been tempted to question God’s Word.
Christians must use a certain key—hermeneutics, or the rules of interpretation.
The claim that the Bible has errors is frequently just an excuse for not believing. Few who make the claim have read the Bible and actually analyzed any alleged contradictions.
There are 66 books in the Bible. Taken together, these are known as the canon.
Other alleged divine writings are not from God because they are not part of the Bible.
The Reformers of the sixteenth century believed the only path to lasting reformation was the Word of God.
Dr. John MacArthur, a popular evangelical writer and pastor, expressed his deep concern about the Emerging Church during a visit to the Creation Museum.
A need for a new reformation is evident, both for our culture and for the church. We must return to the Bible as our absolute authority.
Even in the age of the Internet, gospel literature is taking God’s truths to the
What did the early church believe about creation? In its first 16 centuries the church held to a young earth.
If scientific evidence causes a creationist model to change, we should not let that shake our confidence in the accuracy and authority of Scripture.
It is fitting that one of the most marvelous organs in the body should be used to hear the Word of God.
The properties of stars do not suggest an evolutionary origin.
This is a series of articles explaining the evidences from geology for the Genesis Flood.
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