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Paley’s Natural Theology

William Paley’s book, Natural Theology, is a work of monumental importance.[1] It has been hugely influential in the field of natural sciences – especially Biology – even though the majority of people have never heard of it. Published in 1802, it purports to give “evidences of the existence and attributes of the Deity”. In Paley’s […]

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Dear Michelle: Ussher Was Right

An open letter to the concerned lady who called The 700 Club a few days ago, asking what she should say to her sons, who are questioning the Bible because of its perceived failure to explain dinosaurs. Dear Michelle You were so right to ask for advice on this subject. I am so sorry that […]

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Slaughter of the British Innocents

In a week where the British public has been rightly proud of what they have achieved, both in hosting a wonderful Olympic Games and in achieving more medals than ever before, came a much less-publicized piece of news that ought to have my fellow British citizens hanging their heads in shame. Lord Alton of Liverpool, […]

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No Time for Itching Ears: Three Point Scale of Doctrines

In this excerpt from my new book, No Time for Itching Ears, I want to explain the rationale between defining doctrines as primary, secondary and tertiary. I then make the case that the plain, historical reading of Genesis constitutes a primary doctrine.   Three Point Scale of Doctrines Defined I have not come across any […]

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No Time for Itching Ears

My new book, No Time for Itching Ears, was released this week. You can buy it online at the Creation Store, or make the trip to our store and buy a signed copy! I have often heard creation speakers say that the important doctrines of the Christian Church are actually based on a foundation of […]

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Starting as a Creation Speaker

My attitude to creation speaking suddenly changed with one short introduction. I was, at the time, a member of a rather small denomination in the UK, and my pastor had recommended me as a speaker to other pastors in the South Wales area where I lived. At one church where I had been invited to […]

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