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Was Matthew incapable of basic math in his genealogy?
Were Noah’s sons born when he was 500 as Genesis 5:32 says or not as stated in Genesis 7:6 and Genesis 11:10?
Did Moses say that insects have only four legs?
The genealogical list in Genesis can teach us more than just a list of names; it is the story of our historical ancestors.
A conference in Peru gave several creation speakers the chance to reach millions. Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., explains.
How could Ahaziah be both 22 years old and 42 years old when he started to reign?
Was Rahab praised for lying in James 2:25 when lying is forbidden in the Ten Commandments?
Why didn’t Adam and Eve die the moment they ate the fruit as Genesis 2:17 implies?
Did Moses make an error when he called a bat a bird?
Was Abel eating meat soon after the curse when he wasn’t supposed to be (Genesis 1:29) since he kept the flocks and sacrificed an animal in Genesis 4:2–4?
Right under my nose was a fascinating find—in a book in my office that I overlooked for years.
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