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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.
Today’s top-selling biology textbooks present evolution as the only scientific view of the history of life.
Skeptics such as Michael Shermer like to assure you that they alone are being rational. But a close look at the claims reveals how empty they are.
Can man be held accountable for his sinful actions, and yet have Christ act as a substitution for his sins?
How could Moses be the author of Deuteronomy when his obituary is listed as the last chapter?
Is Lot Abraham’s nephew or his brother?
Is it okay to kill, like David killing Goliath or Joshua eliminating Canaanites? Or is killing forbidden?
Are atheists building a worldview on Christian principles?
Doesn’t Jesus contradict Old Testament teachings by not stoning the adulteress, which was commanded?
Was Solomon, who asked for an understanding heart from God, really going to cut a baby in half?
Cedarville University recently played host to the First Conference on Creation Geology. The theme for the gathering of creation geologists from around the world was “Geology Education for the Future.”
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