Our own Paul Taylor participated in a fascinating interview this weekend with The Christian Worldview’s David Wheaton. Listen as Paul explains why Genesis provides the basis for the most important biblical doctrines such as the trinity, deity of Christ, salvation and the inerrancy of Scripture.
God & the Bible
This is a rush transcript from the “Creation Today Show,” released January 19, 2012. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. Overview Join in on this week’s episode of Creation Today, where hosts Eric Hovind and Paul Taylor discuss questions regarding contradictions in the Bible. Are there any, or [...]
1/19/12 | Skeptics often claim that there are contradictions in the Bible. Is Scripture accurate regarding the value of pi or even the number of legs on a locust? Eric and Paul discuss why we can trust the Bible’s accuracy from beginning to end. As a bonus, singer/songwriter Bob Smith joins the program for a [...]
Do you have a proper perspective of God? Watch as Eric Hovind uses evidence from space to challenge you to see God as much larger than ever before.
The Bible teaches us that Adam was a real person. We have plenty of articles on that subject. Just so that there is no misunderstanding on this point, it is an essential part of the teaching of this ministry that Adam was a real person, who committed a real sin by eating a real fruit, [...]
Who were Adam and Eve hiding from in Genesis 3? Well, obviously it was God. But let’s be a bit more specific. Was it perhaps one of the three persons of the Trinity? Download a FREE Bible study about the role of the Trinity in creation. The Trinity is implicit in the creation account of [...]
One of the most evocative images from any Christmas scene must be that of the Wise Men attending Jesus’ birth, and the star hovering over the stable where He was born. But so few people actually know what the Bible really says about this event, or what it actually means for us today. Download a [...]
There is a monthly magazine in the United Kingdom, simply called Christianity. It might be logical to suppose that contributors to this magazine would want to defend the Bible and give its readers reasons for so doing. Not so David Instone-Brew [...]