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The Bible is under severe attack in today’s world. What better way to undermine our belief in Scripture than to produce extra books, outside of the Bible, claiming that their omission from the Bible was merely due to fourth-century politics.
If the Bible contradicts itself per Jesus’ lineage, how can you possibly trust it on other topics? Why does Judas kill himself in the gospels and give the money back to the Jews; and yet in Acts, Peter claims he kept the money?
Since the Bible has been copied and translated so many times, can we really trust that we have the words of the authors? Critics like to talk about the variants, but they have never been able to demonstrate that these variants have had any impact on any biblical doctrines.
As Christians, we need to have the utmost integrity in all areas and be careful not to be a stumbling block to a fellow Christian. We should make every effort to live at peace with others (Romans 12:18). This does not mean, however, we will never offend a fellow Christian.
Built into “tolerance” is the concept that truth is determined by each individual, not by God. This has led many people to conclude that making judgments on anyone (especially coming from Christians) is wrong because the Bible says ”judge not” (Matthew 7:1).
“Missing link found!” “Discovery proves the earth is billions of years old!” “New find disproves the Bible!” How should Christians understand such headlines?
Believers are constantly reminded to read their Bibles. Why is it so vital for Christians to constantly read, study, and meditate on the Word of God?
Before looking at Acts 17, it is important to understand the origin of religion; in order to know the meaning of anything, we have to understand its origin.
Are translators attempting to push an unbiblical agenda that diminishes the Bible’s emphasis on manhood and gender roles?
Why would God allow two bears to maul little children for insulting Elisha? Examining the context (and Hebrew) sheds light on this strange event.
Does God’s Word encourage parents to bury their dysfunctional and disobedient children under a hail of stones? Well, we must consider the passage's context.
The Israelites didn’t leave Egypt unprepared, but 75 days afterwards they began to complain about being intensely hungry. How could this be?
Christ’s Resurrection led to a confusing day, as His followers raced around the city. Skeptics point to alleged contradictions in the Gospels.
The Bible is inerrant, yet some have tried to state that the Bible erroneously records 20 commandments.
Slavery needs to be addressed biblically. Answers in Genesis strongly opposes both racism and slavery.
When our kids begin to see the same God-doubting idolatry that Eve succumbed to driving their sin, they will also see their need for the promised Rescuer.
If the Bible has the answer, why do Christians still have so many questions?
Many people conclude that making judgments on anyone (especially coming from Christians) is wrong because the Bible says ”judge not” (Matthew 7:1).
The answer is obvious. Yes, it did! No, it didn’t! Wait, which answer is right, or is a third option possible?
When the Flood ended, the maximum life expectancy of humanity dropped quite a bit. What changed to make this happen? Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., examines the biblical clues.
Were the Israelites in Egypt for only 215 years? If so, what about the passages that have 400 or 430 years?
Christians generally use illustrations of the Garden of Eden that place the serpent in a tree—usually the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. But is this accurate?
Is the Bible the inspired Word of God, or was it simply written by men? Do you know how to respond to this question?
What is a parachurch organization and how does Answers in Genesis decide which issues to address? Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., answers these questions and more.
Adventurers down through history have made spectacular claims about the discovery of all kinds of biblical sites or “holy” relics.
The word ‘replenish’ cannot be used to support ideas about a previous creation, which was destroyed. This article explains why.
At a recent major creation seminar, a woman who was obviously excited at what she had heard was rather distressed by a conversation she had had with her husband earlier in the day.
The first verse of the Bible is the foundational verse of the Bible.
There's a remarkable story doing the rounds of Christian circles via tracts, preaching and radio broadcasts. It concerns the Soviet effort to drill the world’s deepest hole to study the earth’s crust.