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Today’s top-selling biology textbooks present evolution as the only scientific view of the history of life.
No one who accepts the idea of millions of years or says that the age of the earth doesn’t matter can ignore the careful arguments that Coming to Grips with Genesis presents.
Fourteen scholars came together to address key topics related to the age of the earth. The result was a substantial historical, theological, and exegetical defense of the biblical account of creation
Dr. Jerry Bergman discusses why some have rejected Darwinism and embraced the biblical account of creation.
The evolution-busting Evolution Exposed: Biology now has a partner—Evolution Exposed: Earth Science.
I am not sure what I was expecting when I picked up Dr. David DeWitt’s book Unraveling the Origins Controversy, but after reading the first few chapters, I was pleasantly surprised.
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?
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.
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.
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