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It is becoming popular for theologians to accept the idea that Jesus, because of his human nature, erred in what he taught about the Old Testament.
We are excited to announce the addition of Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson, who has a PhD in cell and developmental biology from Harvard, to the UK Mega Conference.
A survey from the BBC suggests “a quarter of people who describe themselves as Christians in Great Britain do not believe in the resurrection of Jesus.”
It is reasonable to assume that the Flood account in Genesis 6–9 is the original version that the pagan writers vulgarised for their own purposes.
Recently, Rev. John Peters of Watchorn Methodist Church Alfreton was silenced when he spoke out against the church’s compromise with evolution.
The G.A.P. programme at Crown Hall is a one-year course that trains young people in apologetics, creation science, and evangelism.
Last week’s ruling by a court in Bristol, convicting two street preachers of a public order offence, is another example of the loss of freedom of speech.
The humanists of the BHA say that they want children to know that humanists can live “happy, ethical, and fulfilling lives without religion.”
At the Best of British Bible and Science conference we will be covering a number of relevant issues regarding the Bible and science today.
In Matthew’s Gospel, after the birth of Jesus (2:1), we are presented with three responses to the one who had been born King of the Jews.
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