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Should Christians support certain movies? With the Noah movie in theaters, should we attend movies with Christian themes and biblical storylines.
Evaluating claims made about or based upon the Word of God are even more important than claims of a scientific nature.
These examples of critical thinking show how we can apply the ASK framework to evaluate scientific claims.
Has the true meaning of Christmas been lost in the emphasis our culture places on Santa Claus? How should Christians respond?
Author Roger Patterson, AiG–U.S., continues his evaluation of a public school quiz given to identify what students knew about biologists’ thoughts about evolution.
Author Roger Patterson, AiG–U.S., evaluates a public school quiz given to identify what students knew about biologists’ thoughts about evolution.
There have been many highly controversial instances involving school boards discussing the topic of creation/evolution in the government-run school classroom.
The message of “The Riddle” preaches tolerance and equality for behaviors that are offensive not just to Christianity but also to other world religions.
We have frequently warned about the dangers of forcing man’s fallible ideas into the text of Scripture because it unlocks a door of compromise.
Darrel Falk of BioLogos recently presented an article proclaiming the coming acceptance of evolution among evangelical Christians. He intends to fight against the biblical idea of a young earth.
Atheists recently launched a billboard campaign calling a fanciful image of Christmas a myth. Perhaps they should use their reason to study what the Bible actually teaches.
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