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Category: Apologetics

  • “But Augustine Said…”

    By: Brad Bromling, D.Min. By many estimations, Augustine was one of the most significant theologians of the Christian age. Born in north Africa in 354 to a pagan father and pious mother, Augustine lived a playboy’s life until age 33 when … Continue reading

  • The Next Domino: Polygamy

    By: Dave Miller, Ph.D. In the 1960s, as the storm clouds of social and political liberalism were gathering, and leftist activists were beginning their half-century long assault on traditional American (i.e., biblical) values, cries for “tolerance” and “diversity” began to … Continue reading

  • Evolutionary Theory Changes Its Tune…Again

    By: Eric Lyons, M.Min. The song has been playing like a broken record for decades: “Evolution is true. Evolution is a fact. Evolution is true. Evolution is a fact….” As long as this mantra is repeated by enough intellectuals, it seems … Continue reading

  • Is creation apologetics a problem?

    David B wrote in response to An entire universe … wasted on us? His entire email is reproduced below, interspersed with response from Lita Cosner: Dear David, “The PROBLEM is that ministries such as this that spend so much time and money trying … Continue reading

  • Is Teaching Children Creation “Child Abuse”?

    By Eric Hovind The words we choose to use critically affect the psychological mind game played while opposing worldviews battle for their version of “truth.” For example, during the last four decades, we have observed the “Pro-Choice” vs. “Anti-Abortion” battle taking … Continue reading

  • A&E, “Duck Dynasty,” GQ, & Homosexuality

    By Dave Miller, Ph.D. No doubt you’ve heard the brouhaha over the remarks of a member of the “Duck Dynasty” cast concerning homosexuality. Though we do not agree with all of the religious views of the Robertson family, the Christian … Continue reading

  • Creation in schools hits the headlines

    Attempts to ban critical thinking increase by Philip Bell Regular readers of our Prayer News and Creation magazine are only too familiar with the constant barrage of anti-biblical sentiment coming from skeptic activists. Tragically, the humanist camp are sometimes aided and abetted by professing Christians. … Continue reading

  • Where is Mount Sinai in Arabia (Galatians 4:25)?

    by Gordon Franz MA Proponents of the “Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia” thesis continue to appeal to Galatians 4:25 as a supporting argument for their theory. Gordon Franz shows how the 1st century reader would have understood Paul’s geographic reference. Introduction … Continue reading

  • Permission to believe the Bible

    Tas Walker talks to Rev. Esa Hukkinen about Genesis, science and salvation In the last few years, Rev. Esa Hukkinen’s worldview has been turned on its head, profoundly affecting his family, his life and his ministry. He pastors a large Presbyterian church in … Continue reading

  • Was There an Ice Age?

    by Jake Hebert, Ph.D. Secular scientists believe there have been at least five major ice ages during Earth’s history, and the most recent is thought to have begun about 2.6 million years ago. Within this Pleistocene ice age, ice sheets … Continue reading

  • Is the Bible reliable as a historical record?

    Jack M., U.K. commented on the article Communicating truth with grace: Dear Lita, You make the observation that there is evidence that the Bible is historically accurate. However, there are many, many historians, Christian and otherwise, who present evidence that the … Continue reading

  • Crude Oil in One Hour, Not Millions of Years

    By David Coppedge A slurry of algae with the right heat and pressure can produce crude oil in one hour. The Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has succeeded in producing crude oil in an hour and is now … Continue reading

  • How can you have a white Christmas without snow?

    by Shari Abbott, Reasons for Hope When we think of a white Christmas we always think of snow covered scenes.  The Internet showcased numerous pictures last week of God’s city, Jerusalem, which was hit with a record-breaking, wintry storm producing … Continue reading

  • When God Became Man

    by Henry Morris, Ph.D. “Thou madest him a little lower than the angels; thou crownedst him with glory and honour, and didst set him over the works of thy hands.” (Hebrews 2:7) We cannot comprehend what it meant for the … Continue reading

  • The rabbit doesn’t live there anymore!

    by Warwick Armstrong The rough-looking Australian standing next to a smaller Fijian man looked as if he had ‘been around’. Tattoos, a black T-shirt with something rude written across the front, and the outline of a cigarette packet bulging under the … Continue reading

  • Abraham Lincoln on God and Government

    Whereas, the Senate of the United States, devoutly recognizing the Supreme Authority and just Government of Almighty God, in all the affairs of men and of nations, has, by a resolution, requested the President to designate and set apart a … Continue reading

  • Fossilized Head Crest Does Not Make Dinosaur Into A Bird

    By R. L. David Jolly Why is it that evolutionists are so blinded by their faith in millions of years that they can’t see the glaring problems with so many of their theories? Every time they make a new find … Continue reading

  • Plumbing and Paradigms

    by Marc Ambler A few years ago we started to get a terrible stench in our main bathroom at home. It varied in intensity but was sometimes an overpowering smell of burnt hair. We have a septic tank system on our … Continue reading

  • Geography in General

    By Eric Lyons, M.Min. Have you ever stopped to consider how flexible people are when using geographical terms to describe somewhere they have been in the past or are going in the future? Perhaps you have heard friends telling about … Continue reading

  • Huxley, morality and the Bible

    by Russell Grigg English biologist Thomas H. Huxley (1825–1895), also known as ‘Darwin’s bulldog’, was the most prominent humanist and aggressive advocate of evolution of his day.1 On reading the Origin of Species he wrote to Charles Darwin:2 “I finished your book yesterday. … … Continue reading