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Other alleged divine writings are not from God because they are not part of the Bible.
Many people think of the forbidden fruit as an apple. Is that what the Bible says?
This quick survey can be used to present to a pastor at a church or a Christian college to see if the institution really believes what the Scriptures say.
The Christmas timeline of the biblical account makes sense when Luke and Matthew are carefully analyzed.
One of the major attacks on the Bible has been directed against Moses and his authorship of the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Old Testament.
It is World Philosophy Day, meant to honor and respect the world’s varied philosophies as equal truth and to encourage people everywhere to study philosophy.
Noah’s Ark has been a popular subject for artists throughout the centuries. However, it is not easy to adequately depict this vessel.
Romans 15:33 calls God a God of peace, but Exodus 15:3 calls Him a man of war. Is this a contradiction? Bodie Hodge, AiG–US, explains.
Christians are often confronted with the claim that “evolution will help society become better.”
There is a common claim that the God of the Old Testament (even in the New Testament) seems very harsh, brutal, and even evil.
The real issue is whether God had any involvement in the authorship of the Bible. To claim the Bible was written by mere men, one must be transcendent.
A skeptic argues that Ken Ham lost the debate because AiG continues to publish debate answers, but Bill Nye never addressed the topic.
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