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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.
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?
We don’t have to wonder if Paul would have argued against evolutionists—because Acts reveals the surprising answer.
Some often confuse God’s statement in Genesis 6:3 as the time it took Noah to build the Ark. However, these 120 years are a countdown to the Flood.
How did Native American peoples get to North America after the Flood reduced mankind to eight people in the mountains of Ararat?
How can God who is, according to Scripture, perfectly holy, create anything that can be unholy (or fallen)?
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