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Dr. Terry Mortenson, AiG-U.S., responds to a recent blog post by Dr. Peter Enns that strongly accused Ken Ham of teaching obvious error and misleading Christians.
Nobody should minimize the danger of errors, especially when we teach error to others.
At the core of evangelical churches is an aversion to human authorities who presume to rule over God’s Word.
Old-earth proponents’ own words indicate that evolutionary theories about the history and age of the earth and universe are the determining factor influencing their understanding of Genesis 1–11.
Today, most people in the world, including most people in the Church, take for granted that the earth and universe are millions and millions of years old.
The departure of Dr. Waltke has become a news item outside Evangelical circles. Terry Mortenson, AiG–U.S., comments on this news item.
The problem of evil is always a challenge for the Christian witness. However, William Dembski’s “solution” proves logically and biblically unsound.PDF Download
We agree when Dr. Moreland states that “we ought not allow science to dictate to us our exegesis of the Old Testament,” but then he proceeds to do exactly that.
Old-earth creationists such as Hugh Ross claim Psalm 104:6–9 refers to the Creation Week, but a closer look shows otherwise.
Ever heard one of these claims? Perhaps you’ve even said one yourself. We’ve heard them all—but they’re all false, or at least they imply a falsehood.
Noted philosophy professor and author Dr. Barbara Forrest came to Northern Kentucky University to attack creation. Instead, she merely pointed out the flaws in her own ideas.
Fourteen scholars came together to address key topics related to the age of the earth. The result was a substantial historical, theological, and exegetical defense of the biblical account of creation
Most of these Christians ignore the account of Noah’s Flood in Genesis 6–9 and its implications for understanding the geological history of the earth.
Is the age of the earth unimportant and divisive, as some Christians claim? Answers in Genesis thinks not.
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