Old-earthers claim Augustine as support for figurative interpretations of Genesis 1. But what did Augustine really say?
Will there be animals in heaven, do animals have souls, and how does the Bible address what happens to animals when they die?
Dragon legends are not the only evidence of mankind living with dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and marine reptiles.
Does the Bible teach or demand geocentrism? Hardly. Does good science indicate that the earth is motionless? Certainly not. Then why do some Christians believe otherwise?
How would first-century Jewish people have viewed the ending of the Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures)? Did they think it was a complete account?
One of the most frequently-asked questions we receive is about Genesis 1:3–3 and specifically, “What was the light source on days 1-3 if not the sun?”
Neanderthal architectural preferences, like hot water, organized living spaces, and warm bedrooms, add to our growing understanding that Neanderthals were human.
Job 41 certainly describes Leviathan as a real creature that only the God of creation could master.
Gregor Mendel is perhaps one of the most well-known scientists in history.
Repeated misrepresentations of creationist views protect the legal basis for excluding creationism from the classroom.
Exploring the biblical and ancient Near Eastern historical evidence shows how the book of Job records actual events.
We previously reported an egregious case of professional scientific misconduct; one of the perpetrators has responded with additional dishonesty.
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