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From archaeology to astronomy, evidence from many fields points to the veracity of God’s Word.
Out of nowhere, the expression “giants on the earth” pops up in Genesis 6:4. What does it mean?
Skeptics claim that a wooden ship the size of Noah’s Ark couldn’t possibly stay afloat. Did God perform a miracle to keep it from sinking?
Are dinosaurs proof of millions of years of evolution? Or a reminder of God’s glory?
Seek the guidance of the Great Physician, and make a wise decision with your family and doctor.
Christians need not be intimidated by “scientific” pronouncements that deny the clear words of Genesis. Evidences for the Flood are everywhere if your assumptions don’t blind you to them.
This article describes the nature of the Hebrew Roots Movement and challenges those who have been influenced by its teachings.
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.
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