Genesis & Creation

Could God Really Have Created Everything in Six Days?

By Ken Ham

Why Is It Important? If the days of creation are really geologic ages of millions of years, then the gospel message is undermined at its foundation because it puts death, disease, thorns, and suffering before the Fall. The effort to define “days” as “geologic ages” results from an erroneous approach to Scripture-reinterpreting the Word of…

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How can distant starlight reach us in just 6,000 years?

By Mark Harwood

Editor’s note: Reprinted courtesy of CMI – Creation Ministries International. Any references to the organization, as appears below, refers to CMI, and not FCET. ____________________________ Supernova (Image Wikipedia) The following question was received from JD in response to one of the World by Design presentations in Australia recently, after I had earlier answered orally on…

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Where Did Cain Find His Wife?

By Bruce Malone

The following is the paraphrased essence of one of the critical junctures in American history. The scene is the 1923 Scopes Monkey Trial, and defense attorney Clarence Darrow had goaded prosecuting attorney William Jennings Bryan to take the stand in defense of the Bible. “Mr. Bryan, the defense has one final question, ‘Where did Cain…

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From Goo to You by Way of the Zoo

By Bruce Malone

On June 10, 1993, President Clinton signed a document allowing for taxpayer money to fund research using aborted baby parts. With the stroke of a pen, abortion was given an appearance of legitimacy. In anticipation of this event, Newsweek magazine devoted its February 22 cover story to “Cures from the Womb.” Dr. Gary Hodgen, a…

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Death With Dignity

By Bruce Malone

Evil often masquerades as good. There is no more fitting example of this than the righteous façade of the “right to die” movement. The organizers of this movement sound so caring and compassionate that many people find themselves unwittingly supporting the concept without comprehending its consequences. They do not realize, or perhaps refuse to acknowledge,…

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Why Should the Innocent Pay?

By Bruce Malone

This article examines some of the numerous excuses used to justify abortion. Sex education will end the need for abortions This line of reasoning assumes that teaching children how to have sex, without having children, will prevent abortions. However, like many abortion justifications, this flies in the face of reality. Experience has shown that morally…

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Pro-Abortion Arguments Found Wanting

By Bruce Malone

Justification is not a neutral term. It implies that something has been done that needs to be excused. Wherever there is justification, there is sin. There is a myriad of common excuses used for the purpose of justifying abortion. Perhaps the shear number of excuses is an indication of just how difficult it is to…

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Only One Cure to This Disease

By Bruce Malone

Consider the heinous, gruesome crimes and atrocities of this past century: How can this human depravity and vile sin be explained? What would have caused the Germans in Hitler’s concen­tration camps to torture and slaughter millions of inno­cent Jewish civilians? Most of those in­volved were not depraved maniacs but ordinary, and often highly educated, people.…

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Human Value Cannot Exist Without God

By Bruce Malone

The value of anything must always be set by something outside of that object. A coin is no more valuable than a pebble except by common agreement that it can be exchanged for something else. Humans are unique in their ability to assign abstract values to inherently non-functional and otherwise useless objects. A diamond ring,…

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Trust is Faith Acted out in Obedience

By Bruce Malone

Two words summarize most of the teaching of the Bible, and if followed, lead to an incredibly fulfilling life. Yet few people succeed in implementing this simple Biblical principle. Obeying these two words will save you from countless hours of mental and physical anguish and sleepless nights. These words are simply, “Trust Me”. God values…

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