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If the Earth Is Young, What About Carbon Dating?

Evolutionists say the earth is over 4.5 billion years old. But a plain reading of Scripture indicates that the real age of the earth is closer to 6,000 years. “Hold on,” people may say. “If the earth is that young, what about carbon dating? Don’t carbon dating methods prove the earth is old?”

Ancient Crocodiles Were Vegetarians? New Research Lines Up With the Bible

Were ancient crocodiles actually vegetarians? A new study indicates at least some were. But...

Halloween’s Ancient Pagan Roots: How Should Christians Respond?

Free candy. Fun costumes. Neighborly greetings. Exciting festivals. It’s no surprise that...

Did Researchers Find Noah’s Ark in Turkey?

Have researchers found the landing site for Noah’s Ark? Recent 3-D scans of a rocky spot in...

Was the Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah a Real Event?

Many historical accounts in the Bible have been labeled “legends” or “myths” in our day. One...

When Were Clothes Invented? Biblical Answers to an Age-Old Question

As human beings, clothes play an important role in our daily lives. But was it always this way?...

Startup Company Tries to ‘Resurrect’ Woolly Mammoths

While many startup companies are focusing on launching new products and technologies, another...

Ancient Footprints Confirm a Biblical Timeline of the Ice Age

Many evolutionists have long believed that humans didn’t migrate to the Americas until after the...

25 Churches Oppose Texas’ Heartbeat Bill—Is This a Biblical Stance?

Texas has been center stage of the abortion debate lately with their proposed heartbeat bill,...

Chimera Research From a Christian Worldview: Are Animal-Human Hybrids Ethical?

With movies and TV shows featuring human-animal hybrids making a splash, it’s no wonder that...