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All over the world we find cultural legends and myths that resemble accounts in Scripture such as the Creation, the Fall, the Flood, and the Tower of Babel.
Our knowledge of the ancient Near East has grown since the discovery of troves of documents and artifacts. Do they have any value in interpreting the Bible?
Most of us do not live the same way as the ancient Israelites. So, when we read Genesis, can we understand what was meant for the original audience?
A functional view of the image of God based on evolutionary presuppositions will ultimately have an impact on how one understands sin and salvation.
Many Christians may have missed the mark when it comes to the gospel’s natural outflow—helping people in need.
Dad never did anything half-heartedly. If it was worth doing at all, he did it as best he could.
Starting in 2013, all free schools in England will have to teach evolution as a “comprehensive and coherent scientific theory.” How should Christians respond to this situation?
Raising questions about Christian colleges’ views on creation and the Flood sparks condemnations of “divisiveness” and calls for “unity.”
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