Q: I am new to the Christian faith and have been wondering how after the flood animals spread across the newly created oceans. I have tried to find out online but have not had much success. Could you enlighten me, please? A: I have addressed the question of post-Flood animal migration before, when I worked [...]
Both Christians and non-believers often have difficulty with timetables in the Bible. In one frequently overlooked passage, could it be talking about literal days or thousands of years? It seems to refer to days by numbers—the first day, second day, third day, etc. Could these perhaps be long periods of time? We need to read [...]
To answer the question of simple, single-cell life forms in the Cambrian layers, this article will discuss the following propositions: (1) There are no “simple life-forms”; (2) there is no such thing as a “Cambrian” layer; and (3) n [...]
In Christianity, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ serve as the cornerstones of the faith—the lifeblood of the Christian’s hope. To the faithful, Christ’s work is seen to bring forgiveness and salvation—making one right with God. Theologians call it “atonement.” Great eighteenth-century evangelist John Wesley spoke in no uncertain terms when he said, “Nothing [...]
So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him, male and female created he them. And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth Ã¢â‚¬Â¦. Genesis 1:27,28 [...]
Q: Biology textbooks often say, “Billions of years ago the earth’s atmosphere was very different.” Is this true?
Do you believe that Jesus walked on water? If so, you just might be a Christian. Do you believe that God created that water out of nothing? If so, then you just might be a creationist. Miracles and science Christian creationists have no problem with the concept of a Creator-God who can suspend the laws [...]
To many atheists and theistic evolutionists, James Ussher is a figure of derision. He was Archbishop of Armagh for 16 years during the 17th century, and therefore nominally in charge of the Anglican Church of Ireland. But he is most famous for providing a date for creation—6:00 o’clock p.m. the evening before October 23rd, 4004 [...]