WHY THIS DIVISION?
If what we read today in the Bible is the same as that which was written long ago, then can it be believed?
Just because something is old doesn't mean it's true. We can only conclude ancient writings to be true by a combination of having evidence which proves them right, and an inability to prove them wrong.
1.1 Can the biblical authors' claims be verified?
1.2 Facts versus feelings.
3.1 An open mind: means to an end, or an end in itself?
3.2 Test one: Internal defects in the witness.
3.3 Test two: External defects in the witness.
3.4 Test three: Internal defects in the testimony.
3.5 Test four: External defects in the testimony.
4.1 Advent of modern archaeology.
4.2 What has archaeology revealed:
4.3 What archaeology cannot accomplish.
6.1 Why is this important?
6.2 Are there causeless happenings?
6.3 Defining chance:
6.4 The omniscience of chance.
6.5 Quantum physics: Cause and effect still reigns.
7.1 God's M.O.
7.2 Instantaneous, inexplicable works.
7.3 Slow, methodical process.
7.4 The pool table analogy.
Part 1: The war of philosophies
Part 2: The history of evolution
Part 3: Darwin's theory
Part 4: Finally, the missing links!
Part 5: Evolutionists on neo-Darwinism
Part 6: Punctuated equilibria
Part 7: Directed panspermia
Part 8: Intelligent design theory
Part 9: Intelligent design theory on the nature of the universe
Part 10: Creation science
11.1 How do we define life?
11.2 Life according to science.
11.3 Life according to the Bible
11.4 What is the chief end of man?
12.1 What is prophecy?
12.2 How can we use prophecy to judge the Bible?
12.3 Choosing a test case.
12.4 The city-state of Babylon.
12.5 The city of Tyre.
13.1 Is it really necessary to believe in miracles?
13.2 What is a miracle?
13.3 Do miracles violate the laws of nature?
13.4 The everchanging laws of nature.
13.5 Observations determine the laws: not vice versa.
13.6 Are the reported observations of miracles reliable?
13.7 Are there extrabiblical confirmations of miracles?
13.8 Why aren't miracles as frequent today as they were in the BiIble?
13.9 Aren't miracle claims usually doubted and go against the grain of believability?
13.10 But weren't people more gullible or at least more ignorant back then?
13.11 If miracles occurred, but failed to convince every witness, would that failure disprove God's omnipotence or the validity of the account?
* See also NATURAL REVELATION
** See also NATURAL REVELATION (CONCERNING ORIGINS)
*** See also HOW LONG DID CREATION TAKE?
"It is the height of bigotry to have only one theory of origins taught in our schools."
- The ACLU arguing for the inclusion of evolution when only creationism was taught.
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- UPI, Nov. 16, 2005
"An outlook through this peephole at the vast mysteries of the universe should only confirm our belief in the certainty of its Creator."
- Werner Von Braun