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  • by Robert H Berendt
Egypt’s importance stretches over thousands of years and will continue through the end of this age.
  • by Robert H Berendt
God teaches us how to stay afloat in troubled times.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Devastating floods and summer storms have bombarded parts of Europe, Asia and America. Simultaneously, severe droughts afflict several areas of the globe. What does the Bible tell us about the significance of these natural disasters?
  • by Lorelei Nettles
Was the story of Noah based on other mythical stories, or were these stories actually a retelling of a real historic event?
  • by Arnold Mendez
Atheists, agnostics, unbelievers and liberal scholars have all scoffed at the biblical account of Noah's ark and the Flood. But their criticisms rest on some mistaken assumptions.
  • by Good News
Some critics of a universal flood have claimed that sufficient water simply wasn't available to cover the mountains as the Bible describes.
  • by Mario Seiglie
For much of the 20th century the majority of the scientific community has denied the possibility of a universal flood. Yet more evidence is accumulating that there indeed was a worldwide flood several thousand years ago.
  • by Arnold Mendez
Was the Flood of Genesis universal, covering all the earth? Or was it merely a regional inundation engulfing only a small area ? This question has troubled many readers of the Genesis story. How can we discover the truth?
  • by Jerold Aust
You can be like Noah. You can set a right example, too. You also can participate in a great work that is, like Noah, properly and appropriately warning this decaying world of its evil ways and urging it to turn to God in real repentance.
  • by Bill Jahns
When the geologic strata and the fossil record are interpreted in light of what the Bible reveals, it becomes plain that many of the layered sedimentary rocks were in fact deposited in rapid succession rather than over eons of time (as evolutionists have long claimed). The natural history of the earth is in harmony with the biblical account in Genesis.
  • by Bill Jahns
Why do geologists so frequently fail to understand that the biblical Flood was the force that created some geologic formations? One important answer lies in the way they date these formations.