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Some Christians claim Noah’s Flood was local, and it doesn’t really matter what we believe about it. Does this view hold water?
As we trace the history of this idea of millions of years, we will see that it is the product of speculation rooted in anti-biblical philosophical assumptions.
Many old-earth creationists (OEC) try to get around young-earth creationist arguments about there being no death (animal or human) before Adam sinned.
Do trillions of artifacts found in Africa and elsewhere prove that the young-earth creation view is ridiculous?
A vast number of conservative theologians accept animal death before Adam’s Fall.
In a blog post for The Gospel Coalition, Justin Taylor presented his reasons for doubting that the days of creation in Genesis 1 were literal 24-hour days.
Few people have actually read the works of Darwin, and if they did they might be shocked to read some of Darwin’s ideas.
“Why make such a big deal about the age of the earth? It’s so divisive!”
BioLogos attempts to convince Christians to believe in evolution and millions of years and reject the clear teaching of the inerrant Word of God.
Here’s more evidence of this country's plunge into the moral abyss, including in the professing Christian church. A conference is coming up in November 2014
It is very sad that Erickson’s widely used text is misleading many evangelical seminary and Bible college students throughout the world.
The creature Pakicetus was initially regarded as a primitive whale, while further analysis confirms it was a land-dwelling mammal.
The fossil record falsifies the theory of evolution, but it confirms the teaching of Genesis 1.
If evolution was really true and all the scientific evidence confirmed it, why won’t this evolutionist defend his views in a formal public debate?
In an interview prior to the Ham-Nye debate, Dr. Terry Mortenson engaged the question “Is teaching creation to children harmful to them and to our society?”
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