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Admonitions to a Disappointed Young-Earther

August 23, 2015 by


This article was also published at SBC Voices by Ken Hamrick Recently, I came across a paper in the Journal for Baptist Theology & Ministry, written by Dr. Kenneth Keathley in 2013, entitled, “Confessions of a Disappointed Young-Earther.”[1] The piece is well done and gives an informative summary of the various arguments and supposed problems of the […]

The Only Intelligible Explanation for the Incarnation: A. T. Robertson on the Virgin Birth of Christ |

December 9, 2014 by


The Christmas season comes each year with the expected flurry of media attention to the biblical accounts of Christ’s conception and birth. The general thrust of the secular media is often incredulity toward the fact that so many people still believe the Bible’s accounts to be true. This year, the Pew Research Center released a […]

What’s So Important About Christ’s Virgin Birth? | Grace to You

December 8, 2014 by


by John MacArthur We cannot expect the world to accept the fact of Christ’s virgin birth. As with all essential doctrines of the Christian faith, sinful humanity resists embracing the truth of His unique birth. Tragically though, it’s no longer just the unbelieving world that fails to accept the biblical account of Christ’s parentage. The […]

Sanballat—Alive and Well? | Answers in Genesis

November 5, 2014 by


by Ken Ham on November 3, 2014 Over the years in the AiG ministry, particularly during the time we were constructing the Creation Museum and now as we are building a full-size Noah’s Ark, I have come across many ‘‘Sanballats.” Today, I can’t help but think of how the analogy of Sanballat (a character from […]