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  • Is Genesis 1 Just Reworked Babylonian Myth?

    by Murray Adamthwaite (This an abridged version of a longer article submitted to Journal of Creation) On 13th January 1902, the German scholar Friedrich Delitzsch gave an epoch-making lecture to the Deutsche Orient-Gesellschaft in Berlin entitled “Babel und Bibel” (“Babylon and Bible”), in … Continue reading

  • The Historicity of Job

    Over the last several centuries, many have attempted to fictionalize the Bible. Atheists vigorously attack the Genesis account of Creation, calling it nothing more than a fictitious story that should be placed alongside myths such as the Babylonian creation account. … Continue reading

  • Considering Our Cosmic Home: Reflections from the 2012 Venus Transit

    Recently, humanity was treated to a rare event in the heavens; from our vantage point on Earth we were able to see the transit of the planet, Venus, across the visible disk of the Sun. A planetary transit is analogous … Continue reading

  • Is Peruvian Mummy a Giant Toddler?

    Some say that giant humans are too incredible to have been real and that the Bible’s references to them are fiction. However, many extra-biblical records corroborate the existence of giants, including sober accounts from early explorers like Magellan and ancient … Continue reading

  • Genesis, Gilgamesh, and an Early Flood Tablet

    For over a century, the standard view among “higher critics” has been that the Genesis Flood account was written long after Moses by a Jewish priest who revised an older Babylonian myth. This myth, the Epic of Gilgamesh, was found … Continue reading

  • Is God Science Reading Genesis 1 ‘Properly’?

    The DVD God Science1 addresses the conflict between the Bible and ‘science’, a vital issue for Christian young people. They often flounder at high school and university when they encounter secular ideas that contradict what they have been taught at church. … Continue reading

  • What Does it Mean to Say Jesus is the “Son of God”?

    Q. What does it mean to say that Jesus is the “Son of God”? A. The New Testament employs a variety of terms in its effort to define the personal identity of Jesus. Strictly speaking, His name simply is Jesus … Continue reading

  • Paleosols Support Flood Geology

    Paleosols: digging deeper buries ‘challenge’ to Flood geology by Tas Walker Summary Paleosols are a favourite objection used against the global Flood and the 6,000-year biblical age of the earth. Uniformitarians believe that paleosols (ancient soil horizons) are common throughout … Continue reading

  • Creation Compromises – The Gap Theory & Theistic Evolution

    This past week, I received the following e-mail and comment dealing with a couple of the more popular compromised views of creation: From Steve B. I truly enjoy the articles that Creation Revolution puts out. However I was once told … Continue reading

  • Pre-Flood relics on the bottom of the Black Sea?

    by Tas Walker Robert Ballard, discoverer of the wreck of the Titanic, has captured the headlines again this year with his findings 300 feet under the surface of the Black Sea. In a telephone interview from his ship, 12 miles … Continue reading

  • Ancient Calendars and the Bible

    Many European and Mediterranean-based peoples inherited the ancient Sumerian-Babylonian sexagesimal system of time keeping, using 24 hours in a day, with hours of 60-minutes each, and 60 seconds per minute.  There are still today 360 degrees in a circle due … Continue reading

  • The Star of Bethlehem: A Review

    Rick Larson’s quest to figure out the mystery behind the star of Bethlehem began when he was making Christmas decorations for his yard. Using the program Starry Night, he says he has found new evidence for the phenomenon being astronomical, … Continue reading

  • For the Mouth of the Lord Hath Spoken It

    Though his work is almost universally known within the English-speaking world, Charles Jennens is virtually unknown. He was a brilliant librettist — a writer of texts to be put to music by others. Born in the year 1700, Jennens inherited … Continue reading

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