Jesus, the Creator, made it clear that the first marriage between man and woman (Adam and Eve) came at the beginning of creation. If the earth is indeed billions of years old, then the first male and female came nowhere near the beginning of creation. This is a major theological problem.
Is everything reported in a scientific journal automatically as valid as Scripture? What about when the two come into conflict—such as if an archaeologist alleges that the Bible’s history is inaccurate? The church fathers overwhelmingly believed in a recent creation as the Bible taught.
Could God have used evolution? Yes (though the death-focused process is contrary to God’s nature), but it’s not about what He could have done; it’s about what He (not we) said He did. Christians are not called to tell God how He must have created.
Troy Lacey, AiG–U.S., responds to a reader who is sad about what AiG teaches.
Pat Robertson’s word on the age of the earth adheres to “revealed science” over the revealed Word of God.
Congressman shares belief that evolutionary teaching creates a stumbling block to understanding our need for our Savior.
Many Christians think the creation versus evolution controversy isn’t important and that we shouldn’t let it divide the church. They misunderstand the foundational nature of this issue.
In a USA Today opinion piece, two Christian evolutionists send a broadside our way.
A recent article in Third Way Magazine in the United Kingdom suggests that Christians should celebrate Darwinism. But are they deceiving their readers?
Many readers have written in to ask us to respond to “Darwin on the Right: Why Christians and conservatives should accept evolution,” by Michael Shermer.
Brett Younger begins his opinion piece with an enjoyable anecdote from his high school chemistry class, but then launches into a problematic examination of science and religion and uses the “usual” arguments against young-earth creationism.
This article is a response to another article about evolutionist Christian Dr. Francis Collins (director of the [US] National Human Genome Research Institute), which is riddled with inaccuracies and misleading statements.
"I am writing in about the articule expressing doubt on a PBS evolution program, about sponges being the first animals..."
Can a Christian look past the plain meaning of Scripture to what it “really means”?
When someone embraces evolution and rejects the historical authenticity of the Fall, he has no basis for believing he has need of a Savior.
The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church has passed a resolution reaffirming its support of evolutionary theory.
Conservative US talk-show host Dr Laura Schlessinger expressed her support for the theory of evolution on two recent broadcasts.
I must warn you about a very alarming trend affecting many areas of Christendom today.
Hebrews 4:1–11 has been used by a number of ‘progressive’ creationists as ‘evidence’ that the Bible can be reconciled with the billions of years postulated by evolutionists/uniformitarians.
The idea that God used evolution, and therefore that the book of Genesis needs to be reinterpreted to accommodate so-called millions of years, and to reject the worldwide Flood, is not a modern idea.
We may not be able to master a lot of complex arguments against theistic evolution, but Jesus’ own treatment of Genesis closes the question.
Evolution has never really been an option for the Christian, though it always has been a strong option for the scientist.
We often see vigorous attempts in the media and in the church to persuade people to accept evolution. The irony of this is that the attempt appears to be succeeding just as contraty signs emerge.