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The Hebrew Roots Movement has influenced hundreds of thousands of Christians in recent decades. This article describes the nature of the movement, examines some of its major beliefs in light of relevant biblical passages, and challenges those who have been influenced by its teachings.
The latest in a string of Bible-based movie opens in US theaters today, and this time viewers have an opportunity to watch the famous strong man wreak havoc on the Philistines. Produced by Pure Flix, this cinematic version of Samson brings to life the Old Testament hero in a powerful way.
Modern skeptics frequently assume that someone living in Noah’s time would have been incapable of building something as large and sophisticated as the Ark.
Portraying well-known scenes from the life of Jesus Christ at the Creation Museum required much research and careful attention to detail.
For more than 200 years, Christians have been trying to reinterpret the six days of Creation in Genesis 1 to make them align with millions of years.
Beneath Noah’s Ark illustrations and toys is a faulty assumption that the creatures on Noah’s Ark looked like the ones we see today.
We don’t need to abandon our defense of the Scripture to emphasize the resurrection.
Does Exodus 21 teach that the life of an unborn child is unimportant? Tim Chaffey, AiG–US, examines the issue.
Tim Chaffey and Jeremy Ham (AiG–US) examine four misconceptions about Christmas.
The Christmas timeline of the biblical account makes sense when Luke and Matthew are carefully analyzed.
We have several articles explaining and defending the design of these two objects and why we believe Noah’s Ark may have included structures like these.
Misunderstandings are on full display when it comes to the biblical account of the Flood. Are you guilty of any of these ten common misconceptions?
“Impossible, a fake,” modern scholars say about Christ's Resurrection. Yet a closer examination confirms the Bible’s historical integrity.
Most people rejected Jesus and sentenced Him to death. How could the day associated with mankind’s heinous act possibly be called good?
Risen is a work of historical fiction in which viewers experience the resurrection of Jesus Christ through the eyes of an unbeliever.
What is the appropriate response to the greatest gift ever given?
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