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  • When young children or the unborn die do they go to heaven?

    By Reasons for Hope This question is one that cannot be definitively answered.  It is God who saves, so we can never say with certainty who is or is not saved.  However, the Bible does provide information that helps us … Continue reading

  • Exposition of Romans – Part 79

    Irresistible Grace: The Effectual Call Text: Romans 8:28-30; Ephesians 2:1-3 Introduction:  Whatever Became of Sin?   This was the intriguing title of a book written in 1973 by noted psychologist Karl Menninger.  He complained that the loss of the sense of … Continue reading

  • Dawkins’ dilemma: how God forgives sin

    by Russell Grigg In The God Delusion, author Richard Dawkins asks: “If God wanted to forgive our sins, why not just forgive them, without having himself tortured and executed in payment … ?”1 The answer depends on three things: What is sin? … Continue reading

  • Exposition of Romans – Part 68

    “What Does ‘In Christ’ Mean?” – Part 2 Text: Romans 8:5-8 Introduction:  Union with Christ, in the words of John Murray, “embraces the wide span of salvation from its ultimate source in the eternal election of God to its final … Continue reading

  • Why did Satan rebel against God?

    by Reasons for Hope   Ezekiel 28:11-19 is the clearest passage in Scripture giving a description of Satan prior to his rebellion against God and his fall from grace. The words of this passage are God’s words, given to Ezekiel with the … Continue reading

  • The Dispersal at Babel

    by John D. Morris, Ph.D. According to Genesis, Noah and his family disembarked from the Ark and offered a sacrifice to God in thankfulness for their great deliverance. God responded by giving them the rainbow as the sign of His … Continue reading

  • Exposition of Romans – Part 58

    The Mind of the Flesh Text: Romans 8:5-8 Introduction: Bête noire (pronounced BET NWAR) is a French phrase that literally means “black beast,” but is used figuratively to refer to that which is seemingly unconquerable and therefore should be avoided … Continue reading

  • 6,000 years of biblical history:

    Questions and answers The article by Lita Cosner, How does the Bible teach 6,000 years? raised many questions about biblical chronology and authority, which she, Dr Carl Wieland, and Dr Jonathan Sarfati answer. Katalin P., Australia, 9 December 2012 I like Creation and most of the articles, and … Continue reading

  • Exposition of Romans – Part 48

    The Exceeding Sinfulness of Sin Text: Romans 7:13 Introduction:  Whoever thinks he can acquit himself to God,” declared Thomas Adam, “has wrong notions of God, of himself, of duty, of sin. Either he considers God only under the single idea … Continue reading

  • Sorcerers, Magic, Mediums and Witches

    Halloween is over, but ghosts, witches and other spirits are still popular in today’s culture.  Some of the more popular TV shows feature ghosts, medians and psychics.  One of the most popular novel and movie series, Harry Potter also focuses … Continue reading

  • Interpreting the Early Chapters of Genesis

    In today’s feedback, CMI’s Lita Cosner and Don Batten answer questions about how to interpret specific points within the early chapters of Genesis. S.V. from New Zealand writes: Concerning how adam and other animals could live forever, God mentions that they did and could … Continue reading

  • Exposition of Romans – Part 13

    God’s Faithfulness and Justice Text: Romans 3:1 Introduction:  The epistle to the Romans, sad to say, is one of the most neglected books of the Bible. Why? Due to its overt doctrinal content and the tightly argued style of the … Continue reading

  • Exposition of Romans – Part 9

    A Reprobate Mind Text: Romans 1:28-31 Introduction:  Our English word reprobate comes to us from the Latin REPROBATUS, “to reprove, rejected.” Webster defines the word as follows: “to disapprove of strongly; condemn; depraved; corrupt; unprincipled. Often used hyperbolically of a … Continue reading

  • Exposition of Romans – Part 6

    The Wrath of God Text: Romans 1:18 We will never be able to understand the love of God until we grasp the significance of God’s holy hatred against sin (Hebrews 1:9). We will likewise never grasp the Biblical understanding of … Continue reading

  • Does Psalm 58 Defend Abortion? And Who Were the Genesis 6 Sons of God

    The start of the New Year has been a busy one and we thank all of you for your support this past year.  We pray that you will continue to follow and support Creation Revolution as we continue to bring … Continue reading

  • Make Believe Knowledge

    Everybody ‘believes’. It is as innately human to believe certain things as to know certain things, and very often the distinction between the two is blurred. Even those who would tell us that the only things we can know truly … Continue reading

  • The Doctrine of God – Part 43

    The Holiness of God Introduction:  “Remember,” writes J.I. Packer, “the unity of the Divine character. God in Scripture regularly uses the word holy with a global meaning, to bring together and hold together in our minds both the metaphysical perfections … Continue reading

  • Doctrine of God – Part 37

    The Wrath of God – Part 1 Introduction: In Acts 20:27, the Apostle Paul declared that in the course of his ministry in Ephesus, he had not hesitated to proclaim the whole counsel of God and that surely included the … Continue reading

  • The Doctrine of God – Part 32

    The Omnipotence of God and the Problem of Evil Introduction: In 1981 Rabbi Harold Kushner wrote a little book that became an acclaimed national bestseller entitled When Bad Things Happen to Good People. The book grew out of Kushner’s own … Continue reading

  • Do I Have To Believe In A Literal Creation To Be A Christian?

    By this I mean believe that God created the world in six normal days, that there was then a real rebellion against God by an actual Adam and Eve, followed by the entry of death, suffering and carnivory into a once-perfect world, and … Continue reading

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