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Have you ever wondered about the doctrine of the Trinity? How could the God of the Bible be one God, but at the same time three Persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit?
Many Christians think the creation versus evolution controversy isn’t important and that we shouldn’t let it divide the church. They misunderstand the foundational nature of this issue.
One of the major attacks on the Bible in the past 300 years has been directed against Moses and his authorship of the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Old Testament.
Many theories have been proposed to harmonize the early chapters of Genesis with the idea of long ages. The Framework Hypothesis is simply the latest in a long line of attempts.
What exactly constitutes a miracle, and did they really occur as recorded in the Bible? Paul Taylor explains.
Bodie Hodge, AiG–US, examines a teaching which has been held by Catholics and many Protestants.
Roger Patterson, AiG–U.S., refutes the notion that Scripture condones polygamy.
Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., equips Christians with information to refute The Da Vinci Code and explains how the Bible provides the truth about Jesus.
Since the Gospel message is based on the death, burial, and Resurrection of Christ, many have wondered how people who lived prior to the Incarnation of Christ could have been saved.
The story of the Bible is the story of God communicating to mankind the knowledge of Himself and His grace and mercy.
The defining issue of Christianity is the question, “Did Jesus Christ rise from the grave?” Dr. Tommy Mitchell examines the details concerning this crucial event.
All over the world we find cultural legends and myths that resemble accounts in Scripture such as the Creation, the Fall, the Flood, and the Tower of Babel.
A number of Christians have tried to answer this question. Unfortunately, not all of those answers have been as cogent as we might hope. Some answers make very little sense at all.
Can we trust the New Testament as a reliable record of what actually happened, and do we possess what was actually written in the first century?
Must we have blind, unreasonable faith to believe the Bible to be true? Or are there sound reasons that the Bible, and specifically the Old Testament, can be accepted as reliable in every part?
Tim Chaffey, AiG–US, explains why Genesis should be interpreted as historical narrative.
God is capable of accurately relaying His Word to us in a way that we can understand.
In a culture where God’s Word is constantly under attack from those both inside and outside of the church, we must always be ready to give a defense for the hope that is in us.
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