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No, the big bang is, in fact, one of the strongest...
The strongest physical evidences for the cosmic creation event.....
The Reasons to Believe (RTB) creation model is based on Scripture and science which....
The topic of theistic evolution (or evolutionary creationism) garners much attention among...
Some skeptics assert that the accounts of creation in Genesis 1 and Genesis 2 don’t match. However, under close scrutiny, the...

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Today's New Reason to Believe
In his blog, Hugh Ross merges his love of science with his desire to bring people to faith in Christ, giving evidence and new reasons from science to believe in the God of the Bible.
The Cell's Design
Fazale Rana explores the recent developments in biochemistry that uncover evidence for God's existence and the reliability of Scripture.
Kenneth Samples writes about how the great doctrinal truths of the faith (the Trinity, the incarnation, the atonement, creation ex nihilo, salvation by grace, etc.) are uniquely compatible with reason.
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Questions from Social Media
See the most popular questions about science and faith from across the internet.
28:19 Show
Motivated by Christ’s call in Matthew, 28:19 aims to inspire you to step out and share your faith with confidence and compassion.
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Listen to RTB scholars discuss current topics and news relating to science, reason, and the Christian faith.
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Enjoy this collection of live recordings, small group study videos, and other video resources from RTB scholars.