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In the Time magazine cover article (March 22, 2007), “The Case for Teaching the Bible,” author David Van Biema argues for teaching the Bible in public schools.
Sample lessons from God’s Design science curriculum.
The main thesis of Francis Collins' new book, The Language of God, is that you can be a credible scientist and a Christian by believing in theistic evolution.
Most astronomy textbooks teach that our universe was formed in a big bang billions of years ago.
Let us take a closer look at Dan Brown’s popular novel, the soon-to-be-released movie of the same name, and their possible impact on the church and culture.
Catholic bishops of England, Wales and Scotland recently published their study book, "The Gift of Scripture." Does the book presume authority to be based on the Bible, or something else?
If this is the best that evolutionary philosophy can offer (and it may well be), then creationists have nothing at all to fear.
Bible-believing scientists who lived before Charles Darwin is the fascinating theme of a just-released book by AiG–USA researcher and speaker, Dr. Terry Mortenson.
The book expresses what we know in our hearts to be true—that God works through and often despite fallible humans—but it is good to see such scholarly support emerging from the poverty of materialism.
This book is an addition to the creationist literature in that it is further strong evidence that Hugh Ross, Gleason Archer and other old-earth proponents do not have a historical leg to stand on.
Waltke’s overall approach to the creation account and the interpretation he adopts in this commentary is not much different from what he has previously written on this subject.
Some books can forever change the way you see the world. Dr David A. Noebel’s popular book Understanding the Times is a rare life-changer.
In 'The Mind Siege Project,' eight teens on a boat are given lessons in 'tolerance' and 'diversity' by an instructor who won't tolerate one of the students reading her Bible in front of the others.
This book reveals Tattersall and Schwartz revolting against the current scheme of human evolution—especially the straight line arrangement of human ancestry.
There is a plethora of anti-creationist books on the market, most of which are so inaccurate that they are hardly worth dignifying with a review. This book is little better.
The problems with Bouw’s book pale in comparison with those of this book by Marshall Hall.
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