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Scriptural Truth and Scientific Models

This ministry always affirms our absolute commitment to Scriptural truth. This is what our Statement of Faith says on the subject: We believe that the 66 books of the Bible are the written Word of God. The Bible is divinely inspired and inerrant throughout, in that holy men of God were moved by the Holy […]

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Do Rabbits Chew the Cud?

The simple answer to this is “no” — not in the way that cows, goats and sheep do. But the purpose of the question is deeper than this. My negative answer above would appear, at first sight, to be contradictory to what Scripture says, and it is for this reason that the question is much […]

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Why Does The Bible Mention Unicorns?

If you look up the word “unicorn” in the Webster’s New World Dictionary, it says: Unicorn – A mythical horselike animal with a single horn growing from its forehead. This is what most of us think of when we hear the word “unicorn.” We think of a horse with a horn growing from its head. This is […]

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Anti-Creationist Myths That Keep Returning

Our Facebook page recently contained a number of common challenges to the creation position. These sorts of questions are mostly copied and pasted from other forums, as the people who ask such questions are generally not interested in a logical response. Nevertheless, it might be instructive to include these as part of an article, in […]

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Jesus Christ—All Things Become New

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 […]

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The Man Who Dated Creation

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 […]

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The Star of Bethlehem: Fact or Fiction?

O Star of wonder, Star of night Star with royal beauty bright Westward leading, still proceeding Guide us to thy Perfect Light —Rev. John Henry Hopkins, “We Three Kings” (1857) The celestial wonder known as the Star of Bethlehem is an inseparable part of the story of Jesus’ birth and our Christian celebration of Christmas. Early Christians […]

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