Tabitha Alloway has been a wife to Clifford Alloway and a mother to three children whom she has homeschooled. She became an electrician at the age of 20, and has helped her husband run a family business. Tabitha's interests have included reading, writing, music, art, and photography.

Born in 1794, John James Blunt was an English Anglican priest. He was educated at Cambridge and is most well-known for his work Undesigned Coincidences in the Writings both of the Old and New Testaments. More of his work was published after his death, including his History of the Christian Church during the First Three Centuries and his lecture material On the Right Use of the Early Fathers.

Frank Boreham, born in 1871, trained in Charles Spurgeon's Pastor's College and then accepted a ministry position at Mosgiel Church in New Zealand. He later pastored in Tasmania and then on mainland Australia. He is known for his prolific output of essays. Much of his work is marked by masterful prose and insightful observants, often drawing on nature or common experience to draw out or make a point. Boreham died in May 1959.

Paul Garner is the author of the book, The New Creationism: Building Scientific Theories on a Scientific Foundation and the main author of the book, Fossils and the Flood: Exploring Lost Worlds with Science and Scripture. He earned an MSc in Geoscience from University College London, and specialized in palaeobiology. He has been a Fellow of the Geological Society of London, has been a speaker and researcher for Biblical Creation Trust, and has had a 'Let's Talk Creation' YouTube show with Todd Wood (Website, YouTube Channel).

Paul Larson is the founder of Credible Faith. More information about Paul can be found by going to the biographical information page about Paul on this site.

Casey Luskin is a scientist and attorney with expertise in both the scientific and legal dimensions of the debate over evolution. He earned his PhD in geology from the University of Johannesberg, and then has worked as associate director for the center for Science and Culture of the Discovery Institute. He earned a B.S. and M.S. in earth science from the University of California, San Diego, and he earned a law degree from the University of San Diego. Casey is co-author of Traipsing Into Evolution: Intelligent Design and the Kitzmiller v. Dover Decision and Discovering Intelligent Design. He is co-editor of The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith: Exploring the Ultimate Questions About Life and the Cosmos. Luskin has also contributed to the volumes Intelligent Design 101: Leading Experts Explain the Key Issues; Theistic Evolution: A Scientific, Theological, and Philosophical Critique (Crossway, 2017); The Praeger Handbook of Religion and Education in the United States; Dictionary of Christianity and Science (Zondervan, 2017); Signature of Controversy; The Unofficial Guide to Cosmos; Debating Darwin's Doubt; and More than Myth. Dr. Luskin has published in both technical law and science journals, including Journal of Church and State; Montana Law Review; Geochemistry, Geophysics, and Geosystems; South African Journal of Geology; Hamline Law Review; Liberty University Law Review; Trinity Law Review; University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy; and Progress in Complexity, Information, and Design. He also contributed to The Archaean Geology of the Kaapvaal Craton, Southern Africa (Springer Nature, 2019) and Ancient Supercontinents and the Paleogeography of Earth (Elsevier, 2021).

Lydia McGrew has been a wife, homemaker (household manager), mother, and in the past, a home schooler. Lydia married Timothy McGrew, who has been full professor in the Department of Philosophy at Western Michigan University. Professionally, Lydia has been an analytic philosopher with a publication record that includes work in testimony, independence, and probability theory. She has published a number of important books in the field of Biblical studies, including Hidden in Plain View: Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospels and Acts (2017), The Mirror or the Mask: Liberating the Gospels from Literary Devices (2019), and The Eye of the Beholder: The Gospel of John as Historical Reportage (2021).

Timothy Mitchell earned or received his Biblical Studies PhD from the University of Birmingham, UK, in 2023. He has published in the Journal for the Study of the New Testament, the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Bibliotheca Sacra, Eleutheria, and Southern Baptist Journal of Theology. He has also published various pieces on his own blog, The Textual Mechanic, a blog appropriately titled given his years of working as a helicopter mechanic. Tim was also an associate editor for Eleutheria: Graduate Student Journal of Liberty University’s School of Divinity. Tim has been blessed with a wife and four children.

William Paley was an English clergyman, Christian apologist, and philosopher. His works include The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy (1785), Horae Paulinae; or, the Truth of the Scripture History of St. Paul Evinced, by a Comparison of the Epistles Which Bear His Name with the Acts of the Apostles, and with One Another (1790), A View of the Evidences of Christianity (1794), and Natural Theology: or, Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity, Collected from the Appearances of Nature(1802). Paley was born in July 1743 and died May 25, 1805.

Dr. Walter Schultz has taught philosophy courses at University of Northwestern from 2004 through at least the end of 2020, and earned a PhD and M. A. in Philosophy from the University of Minnesota, and B. A. in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Dr. Schultz taught at three different colleges before coming to Northwestern. He has been published in various journals, including Jonathan Edwards Studies, International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Philosophia Christi, The Journal of Science and Religion, and Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. His published books include Jonathan Edwards' Concerning the End for Which God Created the World: Exposition, Analysis, and Philosophical Implications and The Moral Conditions of Economic Efficiency.

Dr. Schultz's favorite course was the Seminar on Jonathan Edwards. Edwards influenced Dr. Schultz deeply and he has deliberately attempted to conceptually connect his research to biblical theology, especially the fundamental idea that what gives the world and the Bible its unity is that God is acting progressively according to His plan for His purposes. Dr. Schultz thoroughly enjoy teaching and discussing things with his students.

Charles Spurgeon was a highly influential English Baptist preacher often called the 'Prince of Preachers'. Born in 1834, he was converted as a teenager, and within not too much more than a year, preached his first sermon. Spurgeon was called to the pastorate of London's New Park Street Chapel before turning twenty years old, and thereafter had many years of impactful ministry. Spurgeon regularly preached to thousands and is known for his voluminous sermon material that has been left behind. Spurgeon died in January 1892.

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The Ice Age and Ice Cores from a Young Earth Perspective

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Post-Babel Living Conditions and the Development of Ancient Mankind

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The Ecological Zonation Theory

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Problems with the Standard Evolutionary Interpretation of the Fossil Record

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Three Pillars of Catastrophic Plate Tectonics and Its Explanatory Superiority

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Population Statistics and Early Man's Intelligence Comparable to Ours Favor a Young Humanity

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Processes That Limit the Age of Earth to Thousands of Years

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Reasons for a Young Age of the Solar System

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Helium in Zircons as Evidence for a Young Earth

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Accelerated Nuclear Decay and a Young Earth Better Explain Radiometric Dating Data

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Three Challenges to a Catastrophic Interpretation of Sedimentary Rock Layers

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Widespread Coal Beds & Cross-Bedded Sandstones Support Catastrophic Formation of Sedimentary Rock Layers

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Turbidites As Evidence in Favor of Rapid Deposition of Sedimentary Rock Layers

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Why Uniformitarianism is Not A Philosophical or Scientific Obstacle to Young Earth Creationism

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Scientific Evidence for a Young Earth

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Luke 10:16 As An Argument for Inspiration Even If the Wording of The Autograph Were Not Known (with Timothy Mitchell

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A Consideration in Favor of Moving from the Initial Text to the Autograph (with Timothy Mitchell)

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Why Ancient Writing Practices Should Not Stop The Search for An Original Autograph (with Timothy Mitchell)

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Evidence from Pliny That 1st and 2nd Century Authors Thought in Terms of an Original Autograph (with Timothy Mitchell)

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How Wide Distribution from Single Manuscripts and Community Repetition Invalidate The Phone Game Analogy (with Timothy Mitchell)

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The Role of Social Networks in Protecting against Acceptance of Forgeries (with Timothy Mitchell)

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The Role of Community Reading in Protecting against Changes to New Testament Texts (with Timothy Mitchell)

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Why The Treatment of Galen's Writings Does Not Support Abandoning The Search For New Testament Autographs (with Timothy Mitchell)

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How Greco-Roman Writing Practice Mirrors Today and Does Not Negate The Search For An Original Autograph (with Timothy Mitchell)

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How Greco-Roman Writing Practice Undercuts Linguistic Arguments Against Traditional Biblical Authorship (with Timothy Mitchell)

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Greco-Roman Writing Practices and The Doctrine of Inspiration of New Testament Autographs (with Timothy Mitchell)

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The Dunning-Kruger Spirituality of the Non-Christian: How the Criticism that Christianity Is a Crutch for the Weak Misunderstands True Spirituality and Misjudges the Strength of the Christian and Unbeliever

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Some Criticisms of the So-Called Transgender Movement, and Its Logical Connection to the Homosexual Movement

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A Christian View of Conspiracy Theories

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How Should We Pray the Desires of our Hearts in the Face of an Evil Government and a Wicked Culture?

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Should You Live Your "Best" Life Now? Three Reasons Why a Life of Wealth, Luxury, and Extravagant Experiences Is Contrary to the Will of God

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What The Life of Peter and The Death of James Tell Us about The Prosperity Gospel, Suffering, and Death

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Summary of Evidence against Universal Common Ancestry (with Casey Luskin)

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Ontogeny Does NOT Recapitulate Phylogeny: Embryology’s Failure to Support Universal Common Ancestry (with Casey Luskin)

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The Fossil Record as a Problem for Universal Common Ancestry (with Casey Luskin)

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The Biogeographical Challenge to Universal Common Ancestry from Platyrrhine Monkeys and Other Animals (with Casey Luskin)

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Data Incongruence and the Hypothesis of Common Design as Obstacles to Assuming Universal Common Ancestry on the Basis of Shared Biological Similarities (with Casey Luskin)

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Conflicts between and among Genetic and Morphological Phylogenetic Trees as a Problem for Universal Common Ancestry (with Casey Luskin)

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So-called Convergent Evolution as a Problem for the Assumption that Biological Similarity is Evidence of Common Ancestry (with Casey Luskin)

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The Fallacy of Conflating Universal Common Ancestry with Unguided Evolution (with Casey Luskin)

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The Relationship of Intelligent Design to Universal Common Ancestry, and Three Definitions of Evolution (with Casey Luskin)

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Does the Evidence Support Universal Common Ancestry? (with Casey Luskin)

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Three Reasons Why There Is No Justified Belief in Atheism

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Did David Hume Prove That Miracles Are Impossible or Do Not Happen?

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Is Belief in Miracles and Christianity Unjustified If It Is Not Scientific?

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Who Are We to Judge? Is It Wrong to Judge the Religious Beliefs of Others?

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Walter Schultz on Jonathan Edwards' Work Concerning the End for Which God Created the World (Part 4): Edwards' Anti-Platonism, Panentheism, Occasionalism, and Continuous Creationism

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Walter Schultz on Jonathan Edwards' Work Concerning the End for Which God Created the World (Part 3): Edwards' Idealism, Emanationism, and Dispositionalism, and the Dionysian Problem of Goodness

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Walter Schultz on Jonathan Edwards' Work Concerning the End for Which God Created the World (Part 2): What God's Ultimate End Had to Be

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Walter Schultz on Jonathan Edwards' Work Concerning the End for Which God Created the World (Part 1): Walter's biography and the three goals of Edwards' work

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Ink on Paper: How God Loves You and Others through Your Pain and Sorrow

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Lydia McGrew on Blaming the Losers, the Noble Sacrifice, and How to Think About Losses in the Culture Wars (Part 2 of 2)

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Lydia McGrew on Blaming the Losers, the Noble Sacrifice, and How to Think About Losses in the Culture Wars (Part 1 of 2)

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The Explanation of Jesus Why Eternal Torment In Hell Is Just

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How We Know Jesus Lived a Sinless Life and Why a God Who Wants to Save Sinners Must Permit Murder

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Work of J. J. Blunt, Undesigned Coincidences in the Writings of the Old and New Testament, Part 1: The Veracity of the Books of Moses, Part 1

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William Paley's A View of the Evidences of Christianity, Part 5: Preparatory Considerations, Part 3

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