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Because of his human nature, questions are raised about Jesus’ beliefs concerning certain events in Scripture, such as creation.
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.
Today there are many professing evangelical scholars who argue that the early chapters of Genesis were influenced by ancient Near East myths.
Before looking at Acts 17, it is important to understand the origin of religion; in order to know the meaning of anything, we have to understand its origin.
The words in the space of six days came from John Calvin’s comments on Genesis. But was Calvin unclear about the length of the days of creation?
The question we have to ask is this: does Romans 5:12 teach that we are guilty sinners in Adam and that physical death came about through him?
The chapter “Science and Scripture” in The Enduring Authority of Christian Scriptures, edited by D. A. Carson, undermines the very purpose of the book.
Aspects of Jesus’ humanity are often overlooked, but it is important to understand why Jesus took on flesh and dwelt among us (John 1:14).
The Apostle Peter understood Genesis to refer to a supernatural creation and global Flood which he used to counter the arguments of the scoffers in his time.
When we read Genesis 1 in its context, it should be understood as a historical account which teaches that God created everything in six 24-hour days.
In order to combat the erroneous teaching that was infiltrating the church in Colossae, Paul reminded them of the supremacy of Jesus Christ.
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