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What is the most compelling scientific evidence of a young earth? Many new materials have been produced by young-earth creationists to help answer the question.
Did the Flood really happen? Or is it a myth? Was it global? Or was it a local flood described in hyperbole? Was it a peaceful flood? And does it matter anyway?
Some respected Christian leaders, famous for defending the fundamentals of the faith against compromise, were guilty of their own compromise.
The denial of the clarity of Genesis undermines the authority of Genesis—which undermines the authority of the entire Bible! The rejection of the clear, authoritative teaching of Genesis about how and when God created has significantly contributed to the moral and spiritual decadence into which America has descended.
At some point, everyone struggles with tragedy. Without the Bible’s account of creation, there are no good answers.
So few pastors are preaching on Genesis. Before we can help, we need to understand what might be holding a pastor back.
Naturalism, or philosophical naturalism, is one of the most popular religions in the world today, although most people don’t recognize it as such.
Does it really matter what we believe about Adam? Yes it does! There are enormous moral and spiritual implications of these truths.
Therefore, it is claimed, the Bible does not deal with the issue of the age of mankind or even how man came into existence.
Many Christians eagerly accept the idea of millions of years. However, this belief rejects the history of the Bible and ultimately undermines its authority.
One of the major attacks on the Bible has been directed against Moses and his authorship of the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Old Testament.
How should you respond as a faithful witness for Christ when in a gospel-oriented conversation with an atheist?
Some Christians claim Noah’s Flood was local, and it doesn’t really matter what we believe about it. Does this view hold water?
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