The following articles are related to the topic of CREATION

Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

Ben Stein is a popular Jewish writer (author of some thirteen books) and commentator. He is a professional comedian, an Emmy Award-winning actor, and game show host. He also is a lawyer, has been a law professor, and once served as a White House speech writer in Richard Nixon's administration. In recent years, Stein has been a vocal advocate against ... read more »

Dinosaurs and the Bible

Was there ever a time when men and dinosaurs roamed the earth at the same time? Those who subscribe to the theory of evolution unequivocally answer, "No!" The standard evolutionary propaganda line is this: "Dinosaurs became extinct about seventy million years before man evolved." Unfortunately, many professing Christians have capitulated to this viewpoint. One writer has declared: If dinosaurs existed ... read more »

What Is the Significance of the Fish Symbol?

"I have seen the small emblem of a fish on many cars. Sometimes the name 'Jesus' is enclosed; sometimes there are foreign letters. Now I am seeing the same fish-sign with the name 'Darwin' within. What is the significance of this?" The fish became a symbol for Christianity in the early days of the post-apostolic church. It frequently is found ... read more »

What Do You Really Know about Evolution?

What do you really know about evolution? Not much, I assure you! Dr. Colin Patterson, who was senior paleontologist of the British Museum of Natural History, delivered a speech at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on November 5, 1981. He began by saying: I'm speaking on two subjects, evolutionism and creationism, and I believe it's ... read more »

Is It Wrong to Be Cruel to Animals?

Do you know of anything in the Bible that suggests cruelty to animals is a sin, or at least unfavorable in the eyes of God? There are biblical principles that surely speak to this question. Let us consider several factors that may contribute to our understanding of this concern. God, the Creator God is the Creator of all living organisms. ... read more »

Jesus Christ: The First and the Last

The book of Revelation opens with John the apostle exiled to the island of Patmos. He "was in the Spirit on the Lord's day" when he heard a loud voice behind him. As he turned to see who had spoken, he beheld the Lord Jesus - upon whose blessed countenance his eyes had not rested in more than sixty years. ... read more »

Cosmological Confusion

The Greek word for "world" is kosmos. The original term had to do with "order" or "arrangement." Cosmology is a study of the origin and structure of the universe. How did the universe arise? Modern science hasn't a clue, because the question of origins is beyond the pale of scientific investigation. Nonetheless, in their confusion, skeptical scientists and philosophers attempt ... read more »

Behold, Behemoth!

In the second phase of the concluding encounter between God and Job (see Job 38:1ff), the Almighty said to the patriarch: "Behold, now behemoth, which I made..." (Job 40:15). The Lord then described a monstrous creature that was beyond man's ability to control and thus a wonderful example of the superiority of Heaven's power compared to man's. Earlier in this ... read more »

When Infidelity Fashions Faith

Ideally one's faith should grow out of a rich companionship with the Word of God. Genuine faith is forged by the instruction of the Scriptures (Rom. 10:17). Unfortunately, the "faith" of some is not so fashioned. Though most people want to "believe" in something sacred, they frequently want a religious system of their own creation - one which suits their ... read more »

Genesis 6:6 – Did God Repent?

How does one explain this puzzling verse? And it repented Jehovah that he had made man upon the earth, and it grieved him at his heart (Gen. 6:6). First, let us demonstrate what the passage cannot mean. It does not mean that God created the human family, expecting that it would remain loyal to him, but that, eventually, humanity strayed. ... read more »