Some people mischaracterize God the Father as only judgment and righteousness. While these are true characteristics, there is much more to our gracious heavenly Father. Is it possible that far too often as Christians we mentally compartmentalize the Trinity? Perhaps we think of the Spirit as empowerment and knowledge, the Son as meekness and love, and the Father as judgment and righteousness. But is this how God is revealed in Scripture?
Ask most atheists why they don’t believe in the God of the Bible, and their answer will ultimately come back to the character of God. Sure, they might mention the lack of “evidence,” hypocrisy in the church, etc.—but when it comes right down to it, they have a problem with God. If God is so good and loving, how can He allow suffering and death?
If God created everything good and with a purpose, why are there disease-causing bacteria and viruses in the world? There are some fundamental differences in how creationists and evolutionists view life. Biblical creationists believe that God created life according to their kinds with the ability to reproduce and fill the earth. This view includes the concepts that God had purpose in what He created and that it originally was very good.
As Christians who embrace a life-affirming worldview, we often discuss how beautifully designed the human body is—a masterpiece of God’s creation. We know that we are “fearfully and wonderfully” made. So how does a child with a genetic disorder (or any “problem”) fit into this worldview?
This Valentine’s Day, in your singleness, I encourage you to look for love, for belonging, and for acceptance in what Jesus offers.
Some people mischaracterize God the Father as only judgment and righteousness. While these are true characteristics, there is much more to our gracious heavenly Father.
Why would an atheist oppose death and suffering, which are actually the “heroes” of an evolutionary worldview?
An atheistic mom from Texas explains why she doesn’t raise her children with God and attacks God by pushing her religion on CNN.
The Bible clearly states that God cannot be tempted by evil, so why do other passages speak of God being tempted? Chris Russell, AiG–U.S., explains.
Those who question hell are asking the wrong question: What kind of God would not condemn His enemies to eternal torment?
The world is filled with pain, suffering, and death. How does a loving Creator fit into this messy picture?
A swimming accident as a teenager left Joni Eareckson Tada paralyzed.
Why do so many scientists and intellectuals say “There is no God?”
Tragedies beyond description have hit Queensland. The question often comes up at this point: Where is God in the midst of all this loss of life and property?
How can God who is, according to Scripture, perfectly holy, create anything that can be unholy (or fallen)?
God is not simply a passive observer, the Bible tells us that He sustains His creation—something that is evident from scientific research.
When we accept Genesis as it was meant to be taken—as literal history—then we understand that death, disease, and violence are intrusions into this world.
John Humphrys is a household name in the UK. He is one of the principal anchors of BBC Radio 4's Today Programme, which broadcasts every morning of the week except Sunday.
The tremendous loss of life and property caused by the December 26, 2004 tsunami prompted many people to re-ask the question: how could a loving God allow it?
Hurrican Katrina devastated much of the Gulf Coast, and Answers in Genesis asked the question, "How can we help?".
Ken Ham interviews Frank and Sue Zitzman about the tragic death of their 17-year-old son and the way God is using them to minister to others as a result.
The testimony of AiG supporter, Tom Carpenter of Georgia, USA, who recently lost his 15-year-old son after years of struggling with a devastating health condition.
Does the Bible teach that disease, bloodshed, violence and pain have always been ‘part of life’? What would this say about God?
A review of the structure, function, and role of viruses in ecology is presented.
The National Academy of Science (USA) has recently produced a guidebook for public school teachers, Teaching about Evolution and the Nature of Science.
There are many who have rejected the Genesis record of Creation on what they believe are 'scientific grounds.'
Was life created fully formed? Or did it evolve gradually by mutation and natural selection over millions of years? Why should anyone care?