Monthly Archives: February 2011

Evolution as Bad Science – an introduction

Our next few posts will cover just ten of the reasons that Evolution and its family of naturalistic theories are Bad Science. To let you know where this is all going, this introduction summarises the top ten. 1. Because the … Continue reading

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Reasons that Evolution is Bad Theology – 8-10

8 ) Evolution denies several points about God’s character that the Bible teaches to be true. Evolution denies the necessity of God, by making his involvement in creation unnecessary, hence Richard Dawkins makes the claim that Darwinism “made it possible … Continue reading

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Reasons that Evolution is Bad Theology – 4-7

Following hot on the heels of the last post with the first three reasons why Evolution is bad theology, here are 4 more. 4) Evolution requires death before sin, but Christianity teaches that death is the result of sin. Evolution … Continue reading

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Reasons that Evolution is Bad Theology – 1-3

Many Christians are perfectly happy with the theory of evolution, and the idea that the earth has been around for billions of years. If they can come to terms with it, why would I think it was important to tackle … Continue reading

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Will Intelligent Design save Evolution?

“Intelligent Design”, or the theory that there is just too much “specified complexity”, or what you and I might call “design” in the universe for there not to be a big God-shaped Designer out there too, is sometimes dismissed as … Continue reading

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Belief in Evolution undermines all beliefs, including Atheism

Richard Dawkins once claimed that Darwin made it possible for a person to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist. We hold not only that Atheism and Evolution are both wrong, but that they are also incompatible with each other. The theory … Continue reading

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Question on Steve Chalke.

Q1 – In your “In the Beginning” presentation, you quote Steve Chalke to show how compromising on the historical nature of the Genesis creation account is associated with other doctrinal error. However, your quote has him saying that the cross … Continue reading

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