Dr. Hugh Ross and Terry Mortenson join host William (Bill) Campbell from Beyond Words for a spirited debate on The Flood: Local or Universal?
This interview is uncut and unedited as it originally … more
Depictions of giraffes, polar bears, kangaroos, and other animals happily marching up the ramp of a big ship remain firmly fixed in most people’s minds when the name Noah is mentioned. Though … more
You might have seen- Live Science, Antarctic Hills Haven't Seen Water in 14 Million Years, http://www.livescience.com/40890-antarctic-dry-valleys-no-water.html more
Episode #283: Miracles and Quantum Mechanics; How Did the Flood Reach the "Highest Peaks?"; What About Historic Creatures in Scripture? more
(05/22/2012) Modern-day supernatural miracles; Explaining God's omniscience; Recreating the human soul? Sediment layers from Noah's flood more
Did the bulk of geological features (canyons, mountains, valleys, etc.) form as the result of a single catastrophic flood a few thousand years ago? Were they formed solely by much slower gradual … more
What was the purpose behind God’s act of judgment? The answer helps determine the extent of the Genesis Flood.
The Lord’s dealings with Abraham over the destruction of Sodom show the … more
The previous issue of New Reasons to Believe addressed the extent of the Genesis Flood as indicated by references to the entire “world.” In both its linguistic and historical context, … more
There are a wide variety of types of creationists in Christianity. By types we mean different interpretations of the days in Genesis. Two overarching views are young-earth and old-earth creationism. … more
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Previously, we noted that the church has unanimously taught the doctrine of creation ex nihilo throughout its history (part 1) (part 2) (part 3) (part 4). This was considered fundamental doctrine and … more
(Part 1) (Part 2) and (Part 3) of this series have documented the vital theological importance of the doctrine of creation ex nihilo (“creation out of nothing”). Now it is time to … more
The most important biblical doctrine related to creation is creation ex nihilo, which means “creation out of nothing.” This theologically fundamental belief was taught in important creedal … more
The doctrine of creation ex nihilo (“creation out of nothing”) has been firmly and uniformly taught throughout church history and was declared in important creedal statements (detailed in … more
In October 2007, I began a TNRTB series discussing my research into how the church has understood Genesis 1 and the age of the earth throughout its history. The first two articles gave a quick … more
The breakthrough yields yet more evidence for the divine inspiration of the Bible’s words and message. First, let me offer some personal background for this discovery.
I signed my name in the … more
In recent months, new evidence has emerged that may be simple enough for everyone to understand, regardless of science background-as simple as counting tree rings.
Scientists are learning much about … more
Creationists disagree on the extent of Noah’s Flood. The main reason young-earth creationists insist the Flood was a global event is their model demands it. The Flood is the mechanism they use … more
by Steve Sarigianis
Ms. Johnson smiles and settles her class for the week’s lesson. She opens the Bible on her lap and begins to read the story of Noah's flood. Her first-graders sit … more
Have you ever wondered why most Christian astronomers reject a young-universe interpretation of Genesis? The answer has to do with Scripture and theology, as well as with science. In my book … more