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Creation was by the direct action of the Creator as opposed to some naturalistic process. Creation took place in the beginning and was finished and complete. Creation was not spread out over a major portion of the supposed evolutionary vast time history of the universe. Creation was by the word of the Creator.
Believers can agree on one thing: our unity should be centered in Christ. We all desire unity; the question, however, is what kind of “unity” Christ really desires, and whether the foundational truth in Genesis is essential for Christian unity.
If Christians doubt what at first appears to be insignificant details of Scripture, then others may begin to look at the whole Bible differently, eventually doubting the central tenets of the Christian faith, namely the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Thus the historicity of Scripture is quite important.
Ultimately, the controversy about the age of the earth is a controversy about the authority of Scripture. If millions of years really happened, then the Bible is false and cannot speak with authority on any issue, even the Gospel.
The ultimate goal of thinking Christianly is to present God as Creator and Father of everything that He has made.
Dr. Mac Brunson is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida, formerly pastored by Jerry Vines.
When Moses turned aside to see the burning bush, he was stepping onto holy ground. Yet the Bible teaches us that all ground is holy ground.
Raising questions about Christian colleges’ views on creation and the Flood sparks condemnations of “divisiveness” and calls for “unity.”
A few weeks back, we responded to a Huffington Post blog entry by Clergy Letter Project founder Michael Zimmerman. He recently fired back.
The US has massive economic and other problems. But the greatest problem in the country—one that underlies America’s present difficulties—is a spiritual one.
A recent creation is more than just a point of debate; it’s a barometer for where people place their trust. But what does recent creation really mean?
From lengthy articles to Saturday Night Live sketches on late-night television, vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is under fire—and her origins beliefs and religious faith remain the biggest targets.
A recent poll by DefCon unwittingly shows the need for ministries like AiG to uphold the authority of scripture.
Clearly, we must also be willing to boldly declare that the book of Genesis is the foundation for all biblical doctrine and truth.
Biblical creation is supernatural. In plain language it was a miracle. Creation was by direct acts of the Creator as opposed to some naturalistic process.
I couldn’t help comparing my father’s legacy to that of another man who left one of a totally different sort.
For those who wish to remove any mention of the Creator from American public life, the Declaration of Independence can be an embarrassing document.
The order of events of creation recorded in Genesis 1 contradicts (at very many points) the order of events according to the evolution story.
The good news is that Bible-based creation ministry is making a phenomenal impact both on the church and on the culture as well.
When I saw a cartoon in the Cincinnati Enquirer (below), it made me realize even more that the secular humanists are really scared by what's happening in society.
Last November, AiG–USA held a major conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s large downtown Convention Center.
The truth is that a proper understanding of creation and the other historical accounts outlined in the book of Genesis are foundational to the entire body of Christian doctrine.
Why do so many in the church reject the plain teaching of Genesis? One significant reason is that so many seminary professors don’t really believe Genesis either.
According to Englishman Philip Bell, it seems that evolutionists believe in miracles even more so than Christians do.
Read the transcript of a debate between Ken Ham and Ronald Thwaites, a “well-known Roman Catholic deacon and member of Parliament.”
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Over the years, I have heard many Christians argue that a ministry like Answers in Genesis is not that important because Creation is only a “secondary” doctrine.
I have found that in both Christian and secular worlds, those of us who are involved in the creation movement are characterized as ‘young Earthers.’
Setting up ‘straw men’ is a powerful way to destroy the credibility of those with whom you disagree. Humanists are experts at doing this when opposing Christians.
Certainly we have a body, and that body returns to the earth when we die. But this is not all we are, for we have been made in the image of a personal God who is spirit.
It is vital to believe in six literal days for many reasons. The foremost reason is that allowing these days to be long periods of time undermines the foundations of the message of the Cross.
Why do some just ‘throw in the towel’, and in the process throw their lives away? Can it be that an unquestioning acceptance of the theory of evolution has brought with it overwhelming despair?
There is no aspect of creationism which is under greater attack by evolutionists than the biblical doctrine of recent creation.
What Biblical evidence for creation can be presented to a Christian who doesn’t accept Genesis?
The doctrine of a six-day creation of the universe is stated in three crystal-clear passages, which may be likened to the ridge-poles and support poles of a marquee.
‘I am a professor of Biology at an Australian University.’ I was brought up in a home which wasn’t strongly religious at all, but we went to the C. of E. in a sort of formal way....