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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.
Many people call themselves Christians, but their words and actions are grossly unchristian. How should we respond? Bodie Hodge explains.
Like many other countries around the world, there is evidence that dragons had something to do with Peru’s past.
Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., explains this apparent contradiction, giving an overview of the two major theological schools of thought.
An atheistic mom from Texas explains why she doesn’t raise her children with God and attacks God by pushing her religion on CNN. This is part three of our response.
Why would an atheist oppose death and suffering, which are actually the “heroes” of an evolutionary worldview?
An atheistic mom from Texas explains why she doesn’t raise her children with God and attacks God by pushing her religion on CNN.
Why would an atheist care to live one moment longer in a broken universe where one is merely rearranged pond scum and all you have to look forward to is … death, which can be around any corner?
If God originally created a perfect world, where did the well-designed sharp teeth, poison, and claws come from? And what about defense structures such as shells?
At Peter’s denials of Christ, did the rooster crow once or twice, and how does this affect inspiration of Scripture? Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., explains.
Morality has always been a problem for secular humanism and its various forms. In recent times some have tried to address this major problem, but their attempts fail miserably.
Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., examines many of the different names referring to God in the Old Testament.
Did Abraham have one son or more than one? Bodie Hodge, AiG–US, explains.
Did God contradict Himself concerning what He said Adam could eat?
With the announcement of the Ark Encounter, we received numerous letters questioning AiG’s next major project. Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., responds to some objections.
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