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January 2021
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What is the state of Christianity and creationism in the UK today?

Core Academy – a creation ministry in the USA – recently asked me to address the question above for an online conference. I decided to do so by interviewing my colleague Dr Stephen Lloyd, who, as well as being a speaker and researcher with Biblical Creation Trust, is also the pastor of Hope Church,…

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Adam Ate With Dinosaurs

This book has the worthy goal of helping Christians to think biblically about origins. The author claims no special background in science, but writes persuasively and enthusiastically, as someone who has informed himself whilst pursuing a career in international trade finance. The book appears to be designed for non-technical Christian readers, who are left…

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Should Christians Embrace Evolution? Biblical and Scientific Responses

Each generation brings distinctive challenges to Christians. Those developing a world view built on Christ and biblical revelation experience the stigma of standing against the current of opinion held by their peers in society. Enduring this stigma carries a cost in the short-term, but the long-term fruits make it all worthwhile. The thesis of…

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Who Made God? Searching For a Theory of Everything

This is an attractively produced hardback volume. It is written for ‘expert and layman alike’ (p.10) and aims to compare two different hypotheses. Hypothesis 1 is the approach of atheism: there is no God — all that exists is matter. Hypothesis 2 is the approach of biblical theism: God is real and the Bible…

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The New Creationism: Building Scientific Theories on a Biblical Foundation

This title doesn’t just expose the errors of evolutionary theory, but describes attempts to build creationist scientific theories to replace evolutionary explanations. Paul Garner writes, ‘my main aim is to summarise the work of modern-day scholars who are seeking to restore the biblical foundations of the scientific enterprise and build positive creationist theories in…

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Darwin: The Voyage That Shook the World

With our society being encouraged to remember the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of its secular saints, this production takes a fresh look at Charles Darwin’s life and his controversial theory of evolution. The hope is that the film will be shown in local churches especially. The DVD will be released in…

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Six-Day Creation: Does it matter what you believe?

The author of this short book is a qualified medic who has worked as a medical missionary in Africa and as a general practitioner in Devon. For most of the time, he considered himself to be an ‘old-earth creationist’ and sought to reconcile the biblical account of creation with a timescale lasting many millions…

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