Titans of the Earth, Sea, and Air
A brand-new, comprehensive book on all-things-dinosaur — from a biblical perspective.
Take a Sneak Peek
Is the Bible falsifiable? And would a real live ET do it?
29 Dec 2007
After making it clear to an anticreationist that we are prepared to ‘put it on the line’ concerning clear implications of the Bible’s cosmology, he comes back with more.
Christians shaped by experiences rather than the ‘Bible first’ approach
22 Dec 2007
Can Christians be deceived by supernatural phenomena to the extent that they reinterpret Scripture? Many do, but don’t realise it!
Quotations in the New Testament: Do they mean that the quoted book is totally authoritative?
15 Dec 2007
One of the strongest arguments for the historicity and authority of Genesis is that Jesus quoted it that way. But what about some of the books that Jude quoted?
Evolution v the reliability of the Bible
01 Dec 2007
Is evidence for evolution really evidence for creation? If Genesis is untrue, what does this say about the rest of Scripture?
When is a fossil not?
24 Nov 2007
The lack of fossils of pre-Flood people is understandable, but where are the fossils of post-Flood people—shouldn’t there be lots?
The old ‘Who created God?’ canard revisited
17 Nov 2007
So who made the Maker? Does this argument mean there was no maker at all? What are the implications for Christianity v atheism?
Is the Bible falsifiable?
10 Nov 2007
Would the discovery of a real live alien falsify the Bible? What’s the Biblical view?
‘In Peleg’s days, the earth was divided’: What does this mean?
03 Nov 2007
What exactly was divided in Peleg’s day, and how? How should we understand the meaning of words in Scripture?
Corals and sponges and ur-complexity*
27 Oct 2007
Secular scientists are continually expressing astonishment at the complexity they find in creatures they presume to be primitive, and at the fact that they contain a proportion of DNA sequences identical to those in humans.
Serpents and dust; Christians and salt
20 Oct 2007
Do snakes really ‘eat dust’ as the Bible says? And can salt really lose its saltiness, as Jesus said?
Selfish Genes: is the idea anti-biblical? What should Christians think of it?
13 Oct 2007
The ‘selfish gene’ idea is being used to teach evolution. But surely a mindless gene can’t really exhibit selfishness, so what does it mean, and does it really support evolution?
Did God create man to be an eternal companion for His son Jesus Christ?
06 Oct 2007
Why did God create mankind? Was it that God was lonely, or that He wanted companions for His son Jesus?
The Bible declares: In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1
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