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Surely, evolution is about the origin and development of life-forms on earth — what has this got to do with religion? Evolution is science, isn’t it?
There are hundreds of stories and legends about a worldwide flood. Why do diverse cultures share a strikingly similar story?
The gap theory is simply compromise. It is an attempt to harmonise the facts of Scripture with the ideas of fallen men.
Creationists are often asked, “How is it possible for the earth’s population to reach 6.5 billion people if the world is only about 6,000 years old and if there were just two humans in the beginning?”
It is said that a British newspaper headline once announced “Fog Over Channel—Continent Isolated.” The headline aptly and amusingly sums up Britain’s ambivalent relationship with its neighbors.
According to Lord Bertram Russell if human beings do not kill each other through wars, they will probably die of starvation or disease.
It’s not often that a creation conference attracts people from 21 countries. But that’s what happened recently with the largest major in-depth creation conference ever held in the UK.
In the last few years, another compromise of biblical truth has emerged, actually from within what might be termed the ‘Young Earth Creation’ movement. This compromise is the 'Recolonisation Theory.'
In spite of repeated attack on evangelical Christianity in the UK, apparently only 48% of the British public actually believe evolution.
Catholic bishops of England, Wales and Scotland recently published their study book, "The Gift of Scripture." Does the book presume authority to be based on the Bible, or something else?
Stories like these are the latest in a series of insults to the Christian faith in the UK.
Steve Chalke may not be so well known outside the UK, but he is a well-known British evangelical personality who appears regularly on the TV.
A friend of Answers in Genesis wants to use the hype about The Matrix films to direct attention to the reality behind the all-prevailing myth of our day.
Since joining Answers in Genesis, I’ve been giving my own version of this message, titled, “The Origin of the so-called Races,” across the UK.
“Britain’s Greatest Hoax” is the title of the Timewatch investigation of the Piltdown Man fraud, shown on BBC2 television recently.
A country of contrasts is how Bulgaria could be described. It is a very beautiful country but has dilapidated buildings everywhere.
Dr Monty White, head of AiG–UK, was asked to record a three-minute talk for BBC World Update (Radio) on ‘why am I a creationist.’
When Vet author James Herriot wrote about life in Yorkshire last centrury, he probably had no idea that this area of England held a fascinating key to unlocking one of the myths of evolution's long-ag
Recently, there have been reports of two fossils that are not all they appear to be!
Newspapers across the United States carried headlines similar to that of The Cincinnati Post: “Key Ingredients for Life Found in Universe,” with the byline “Chemistry Happens Around Distant Stars.”
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