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Dr. Tommy Mitchell, AiG–U.S., explains why in Genesis 19:13, two angels claim they would destroy Sodom, but verse 24 records that the Lord destroyed it.
After all, it is obvious that things would not “run down” in a perfect environment, right?
When dealing with issues about the age of the earth, many people defend the young-earth position by claiming the even though the world is young, God created it to “look old.”
Many creationists today, sadly, demonstrate their lack of understanding of the evolutionists’ position when they ask this question.
Many people have claimed that Darwin doubted his theory by claiming it was absurd to think the human eye could have evolved. Is this argument valid?
Many believers have claimed that a Japanese fishing boat discovered a recently deceased plesiosaur. Is this accurate?
Many Christians mistakenly claim that NASA scientists have confirmed the Bible by finding Joshua's missing day.
Many well-meaning Christians maintain that Charles Darwin on his deathbed not only renounced evolution, but also accepted Jesus Christ as his savior.
Do women really have an extra rib?
Have skeletons of giants been discovered in the desert in Saudi Arabia? Haven’t they found evidence of giants in Greece?
Why would we advise against using some arguments that appear to support creation?
Sometimes children think it is unfair that little children and even animals die.
A recent book claims that Darwin’s hatred of slavery was foundational to his pursuit of his concepts of evolution. But what do Darwin’s words actually show?
Many evolutionists have claimed that no one can deny evolution and be a good doctor. Tommy Mitchell, MD, wonders why a consistent evolutionist would even want to practice medicine.
Dr. Tommy Mitchell, AiG–U.S., recently took his family to see “Bodes . . . the Exhibition.” Find out his medical—and biblical—opinion.
Answers International is excited to announce a new missions opportunity, called Answers International Medical Outreach.
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