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Category: Creation Compromises

  • A Creationist Schism at Bryan College

    The evolution-creationism debate has returned to Dayton, Tennessee—the site of the Scopes Monkey Trial. Except this time, the venue is not a courtroom but a Christian college, where faculty members have resigned and students have mounted protests. The issue? Whether … Continue reading

  • Breeding Unicorns

    T.S. wrote in asking us to help him spot the flaw in his friend’s reasoning about hybrids: Hi, a friend of mine told me of an interesting discussion he had today with some people at university. He apparently won an … 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

  • Misunderstanding creation

    A review of Holman QuickSource™ Guide to Understanding Creation by Mark Whorton and Hill Roberts Reviewed by Andrew S. Kulikovsky This work is part of a series of ‘quick guides’ to various Christian topics published by Broadman and Holman. The book contains forty … Continue reading

  • A Defense of Six-Day Creation

    It’s my conviction that we in the Presbyterian and Reformed community have lost credibility with respect to this. by G.I. Williamson Originally published by The Aquila Report, republished with permission. I am now in my sixty-first year as a Reformed Pastor, … Continue reading

  • Darwinist Writes Bible Commentary

    By David Coppedge A rationalist, Darwinist, rabid anti-creationist has surprising things to say about the Bible. Steve Jones, former head geneticist at University College London, is a Darwinist’s Darwinist.  Not only does he relegate everything in life to gradual natural … Continue reading

  • Hugh Ross and Reasons to Believe

    We recently received a question from an online visitor about the ministry known as Reasons to Believe.  Please understand that the response below is not meant to question anyone’s faith, but I am required to respond honestly. From: Stephen S … Continue reading

  • Daily Reading: August 7

    Read Through the Bible in a Year   We would like to encourage everyone with families to sit down and read the Bible together every day.  Daily Readings will provide you with a daily guide to allow you and your … Continue reading

  • Daily Devotional: The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things

    April 29   The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately sick; who can understand it?  Jeremiah 17:9   The work of conversion is completely of God.  God alone frames our hearts to the obedience of his will.  This … Continue reading

  • Of Missing Gaps and Magic Bullets

    Does the Bible teach any sort of a ‘gap’ of millions/billions of years in the first few verses of Genesis? Is there such a thing as a universal ‘knock down’ argument against evolution? Dr Carl Wieland answers these questions and more in … Continue reading

  • Secularism with the Gloves Off: Vanderbilt University’s Assault on Religious Organizations

    Like most of America’s historic private universities, Vanderbilt University was founded by Christian believers for the purpose of inculcating Christian beliefs in its students. Vanderbilt was founded in the 1870s by Methodists and later funded largely by New York’s Vanderbilt … Continue reading

  • Cults and Creation

    How the major cults all reject straightforward biblical creation In studying the nature of cults or being involved in counter-cult ministry, Christians begin to notice a consistency in poor theology, translations and interpretations. It should come as no surprise, then, … Continue reading

  • Darwin’s Sacred Imposter: The Illusion That Natural Selection Operates on Organisms

    Suppose in July 1969 two men watched the Saturn V rocket launch the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. One marveled at the power of nature’s cosmic siphon acting on the rocket to lift it off the pad and accelerate … Continue reading

  • Bats Use Internal Maps to Aid in Navigation

    Bats have fascinated scientists for years with their echolocation capabilities.  We have learned that bats can not only find prey such as insects in flight with their radar skills, but they can also maneuver through caves and trees with great … Continue reading

  • Why is England Burning?

    In view of the topicality of this issue, we are running this article over two days to replace our normal ‘weekend feedback’ slot. Few will have missed the shocking reports of the riots seen recently throughout England. Gangs of young … Continue reading

  • Evolution Controversy’s Outdated, One-sided Exposure

    Appealing to public emotions is a tool employed by politicians, media, and anyone trying to win supporters for a specific agenda. Naturally, such efforts can skew or omit facts, as is often the case in mainstream presentations of the ongoing … Continue reading

  • Who Authored the Bible?

    Since first launching the Creation Revolution website on October 1, 2010, we have heard from a number of people that have visited our website.  Many have told us how much they have benefited from the various articles and material that … Continue reading

  • Atheist Morality Theory Under Fire

    Theists would naturally take issue with an atheist’s natural explanation for morals, but when evolutionists take issue in leading secular journals, it’s worth finding out why.  Both Science and Nature reviewed Sam Harris’s new book on the evolution of morality and had … Continue reading

  • ‘Mainstream Science’, Theology, and Genesis

    The folly of theologians favouring the ‘science of the day’ over biblical foundations. Nigel K., a student in training for ministry, wrote to CMI’s Dr Carl Wieland as follows: Dear Dr Wieland In a recent Systematic Theology class discussion on Chapter … Continue reading

  • Why Did Jesus Die?

    The sacrificial system and Creation In my article “An Evangelical ‘Litmus Test’” I talked about the watering down of the term “evangelical”. The “litmus test” I suggested as a mark of a true evangelical was an acceptance of a straight … Continue reading

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