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  • Were we spirits before we were born?

    The answer would be no.  We did not pre-exist in a spirit form (or any form). As you referenced, the confusion about spiritual pre-existence comes from the verse Jeremiah 1:5 Jeremiah 1:5  Before I formed you in the womb I … Continue reading

  • Did Our DNA Come From Outer Space?

    Evolutionists are constantly trying to find answers for the origin of humans.  Every time one of them proposes where we all came from, someone else points to evidence saying it couldn’t happen that way.  There are two prevailing theories, each … Continue reading

  • Abortion and the Bible

    Every year in the United States of America, more than one million children are butchered by abortion doctors. Since 1973, when the Supreme Court legalized abortion-on-demand, some forty-three million babies have been slaughtered in America (see “Consequences,” 2003). Every year, an estimated … Continue reading

  • Evolution Exams and Fossil Fallacies

    This week’s correspondence deals with how to answer questions about evolution on exams, and how to spot common evolutionary fallacies based on the fossil record. L.W. from New Zealand wrote: Dear CMI I am a Christian teenage girl with strong … Continue reading

  • Global Warming (or Climate Change): What is ‘the Creationist View’?

    Now that anthropogenic (man-caused) global warming (AGW) has become a ‘hot topic’ (bad pun) many people ask us at meetings what Bible-believing Christians should think about this issue. The short answer is, ‘It’s not for us to tell you what … Continue reading

  • Embryonic Stem Cells Left in iPS Dust

    May 23, 2011 — A few years ago, scientists were clamoring for access to human embryos for stem cell research.  Now, the discovery of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) from human skin and other adult tissues has sidetracked interest in … Continue reading

  • What the Founders Said – Part I

    The several hundred men who were responsible for orchestrating the founding of America were very explicit in their pronouncements about their intentions. They left a wealth of writings that articulate their genius. Indeed, these intelligent, well-educated men combed through the … Continue reading

  • Doctrine of God – Part 13

    Carmen Christi: Hymn[1] to Christ as to God (Part I) Introduction: I originally wrote an article for Viewpoint in May/June of 1998 on the WWJD craze (that has not gone away). I argued in that article that the whole concept … Continue reading

  • The Intelligent Design Movement

    The Intelligent Design (ID) movement is coming under criticism, if not actual attack, from two different sources:  young earth creationists and evolutionists.  Each side is accusing it of either aiding and abetting the other, or of actually being identified with … Continue reading

  • Freedom Without Religion?

    Even in the midst of ominous economic woes, the level of prosperity enjoyed by Americans is unparalleled and unsurpassed in the history of the world. So also is the freedom that Americans enjoy—unsurpassed in the annals of human existence. To … Continue reading

  • The Extra Special Courtship of Horseshoe Crabs

    Horseshoe crabs don’t look mysterious and enigmatic, but they are. Normally, one would not expect any very deep questions to be evoked concerning creatures which resemble miniature tanks, moving with ponderous dignity across the beach. But these marine creatures with … Continue reading

  • “Living Fossils”—Evolution’s Innate Circular Reasoning

    Another earthshaking find within the evolutionary community only spotlights once again the inherent irrationality of the faltering, fallacious theory. During a Southeast Asian expedition, retired Florida State University science professor, David Redfield, captured the first photos of the Laotian rock … Continue reading

  • Is charity more important than apologetics?

    David G. from Australia emailed us, concerned that our ministry seemed to be taking the focus away from much more important issues of charity. However, the whole approach commits the fallacy of false alternatives, aka the “either-or” fallacy. His letter … Continue reading

  • Radiocarbon in Mid-Atlantic Hydrothermal Vent Fluids

    by John R. Doughty, Ph.D. Recently Proskurowski et al. (2008) authored an excellent paper in which they reported finding radiocarbon (14C) in Mid Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vent fluids. The fluids had methane (CH4) contents ranging from 1.07 to 1.84 mmol/kg. … Continue reading

  • You Have Only One Shot

    by Dave Miller, Ph.D. The present pluralistic climate that prevails in American culture has disastrous implications. To suggest that all religions, all ideologies, all philosophies, and all beliefs are of equal validity, and ought to be tolerated as such, is … Continue reading

  • The failure of evolutionary orthodoxy

    by Lita Cosner A correspondent sent in a newspaper perspective by a Dr. H. Bruce Rinker entitled “An Unfortunate, Untimely Failure of Orthodoxy.”1 The basic argument of this article is that religion has fueled the anthropocentric view of nature which … Continue reading

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