Frequently Asked Questions.
The Cosmological argument of cause and effect is a powerful philosophical tool, which is based on a universal law, applicable in all science and human experience. It leads to the conclusion that there must have been a Creator. But who created God?
If the whole world was covered with water and all of the animals came out of the ark, how is it that we find kangaroos and koalas only in Australia and kiwis only in New Zealand?
Who were the people in the “Days of Noah”? Who were the “sons of God”, the “daughters of men” and who were the Nephilim? And why did God destroy them all?
Mendel experimented while Darwin theorised. Darwin was embraced and Mendel forgotten until real science showed Mendel to be correct and Darwin not.