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Thursday, July 29, 2010
“Because the sentence against an evil deed is not executed quickly, therefore the hearts of the sons of men among them are given fully to do evil” (King Solomon, Ecclesiastes 8:11). That summarizes the attitude of a scoffer. He mistakes the patience of God for leniency, and mocks the prospect of a coming judgment. One of the defining qualities of a scoffer is to forget the past, willingly. Take the Genesis Flood, for instance . . .
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Believing in evolution is not inconsequential. It has serious implications for the way we view our world—not just the beginning, the end too. The issue is purpose. God alone possesses the right to assign purpose to His universe, because He created it. Want to know what that purpose is? Listen in, as John MacArthur explains . . .
Sunday, July 25, 2010
The Doctrine of Creation raises many questions. Throughout our series, we’ve endeavored to address them head-on—Who is the Creator?, How did God create?, and When did creation take place? Today, John MacArthur addresses the most important question yet. Why did God create? Here’s how John explains it. . .
Friday, July 23, 2010
What’s at stake in the ongoing battle for the beginning? Worship. Period.

From cover to cover, the Bible asserts and affirms the Genesis account to exalt God for who He really is—the Creator. We should reflect that pattern too. In fact, that’s not an option. As Sovereign Creator, God demands to be worshiped. John explains . . .
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Evidence of man’s sinfulness surrounds us. Daily newspapers publish it in their headlines; news programs feature it on the hour; websites make it public domain for all to witness; and it sweeps through the annals of human history. But how did we get into this condition? John explains . . .
Sunday, July 18, 2010
The Genesis record is a beautiful picture of God’s creation. Order, purpose and harmony permeate His completed work. Man relates righteously to God; Adam and Eve relate lovingly to one another; and animals dwell peacefully among them. No sign of conflict, fear, violence or death appears, until the day Adam sinned against God. That’s a problem for evolution—a big problem.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
An old Arabian proverb says, “If the camel gets his nose in the tent, his body will soon follow.” That happens all the time when Christians imagine a friendly alliance can exists between evolution and creation. Wedding the two is a compromise with enormous ramifications. In this brief article, John MacArthur explains . . .
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Creation Ministries International (CMI) has graciously allowed us to post a pre-print of Lael Weinberger’s recent interview with John. John provides some context and identifies the heart of the evangelical compromise with evolutionism. Take a look!
Sunday, July 11, 2010
Liberals, conservatives, scientists, and philosophers have offered—or demanded—their own interpretation of Genesis. They consult science, Ancient Near Eastern mythology, and even enlist the help of liberal scholars to advance their views. I’ve got a question: Why don’t they take the Creator’s word for it?
Thursday, July 08, 2010
“The earth was formless and void, and darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was moving over the surface of the waters.” It’s a short and well-known verse of Scripture, but don’t let brevity or familiarity eclipse the significance of Genesis 1:2. God is introducing us to some incredible things about to take place on the very first day of creation. John MacArthur explains...
Tuesday, July 06, 2010
When God created the earth, it was fully functional in every way. Adam and Eve walked into a complete and mature garden, with “no assembly required.” Trees were producing fruit, animals were full-grown and ready to reproduce, and the earth was thriving with life. Everything was ready for the habitation and rule by God’s vice-regents.
Friday, July 02, 2010
It’s all about your starting point, isn’t it? There’s a pile of evidence out there, and depending on how you approach it, it’ll send you in one of two directions. Find out what happens when you assume the truth of the biblical record and apply it to the natural world. There are plenty of indications of a young earth.