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The BBC’s evolution quiz involved seven questions that had to be answered true or false. So, let’s take the quiz and test the BBC’s understanding of evolution.
Each year we have a new ministry theme, and for 2018 it is “Taking back the Bible’s clarity . . . from the very first verse.”
“Thank you” and “What a fantastic conference!” These are not our words but the comments we received time again following last week’s UK Mega Conference.
Did God make Adam from dust? The answer is obvious, isn’t it?
An important question Christian parents face is how to educate their children. For many, the natural thing is to send them off to the government schools.
Because of his human nature, questions are raised about Jesus’ beliefs concerning certain events in Scripture, such as creation.
Controversial minister Steve Chalke argued, “Original goodness, rather than original sin, should inform a more human approach to Christian faith and life.”
When we consider the immediate and wider context of 1 Peter 3:15, there is a lot more to it than we may have seen at first.
Due to demand for our children’s program, we have made arrangements to have a different room for Mega Kids, which can hold up to 200 children!
Today there are many professing evangelical scholars who argue that the early chapters of Genesis were influenced by ancient Near East myths.
Because of the impact of evolution on the theological world today, an increasing number of evangelical scholars are denying Adam’s historicity.
John MacKay continues with creation apologetics ministry, and I believe you would be fascinated to here him speak at the Mega Conference in October.
Many theologians deny that Genesis 3 teaches the doctrine of the Fall and argue it is not original to the text but something that has been forced upon it.
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