In this chapter, we’ll examine the fascinating answers to questions about what happened on the plain of Shinar.
One of the most frequently-asked questions we receive is about Genesis 1:3–3 and specifically, “What was the light source on days 1-3 if not the sun?”
When were pyramids built? Did they survive the Flood? How should we understand Egyptian chronology?
Mary and Joseph weren’t the first human beings to see Jesus Christ. In fact, that common perception reflects a deep misunderstanding about the Son of God’s central role throughout history.
People can still do good works even if they refuse to acknowledge God. But can a person be perfectly good?
Distant starlight is seen as one of the biggest difficulties to trusting God’s Word about a young universe and earth.
Nearly every culture around the world has a legend regarding creation and a worldwide flood. How do these legends compare to the Biblical accounts in Genesis?
Exploring the history of the water vapor canopy model, biblical interpretation surrounding the model, and how we should approach theories in biblical creation.
When people reject God as the ultimate authority, then man is attempting to elevate his or her thoughts to a position of authority over God and His Word.
To settle this issue of the reality of dragons, let us turn to the Word of Almighty God who knows all things.
Is the earth 4.5 billion years old or only 6,000 years old as the Bible teaches? More importantly, how can we know the age of the earth? Get answers!
A few examples of tables of nations should show that historians were offering, sometimes unknowingly, a great confirmation of Genesis.
Dragons appear again and again in the records of cultures around the world, as well as in their art and pottery.
Was Jesus born on December 25? Or was that date really a borrowed pagan holiday?
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