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God and Being in Exodus 3:13–15

By Andrea Saner

“Few verses in the entire Old Testament have evoked such heated controversy and such widely divergent interpretations,” Brevard Childs writes of Exod 3:13–15. Reading the passage makes clear why this is the case, as these verses raise several questions. What is the sense of Moses’ inquiry? Is he asking for the name of God, or is he asking about its significance? What does the circular phrase “I am who I am” mean? Is it meaningful, or is God evading the question? See complete essay

The Bible and the Other Creation Museums

By James Linville

Young earth creationism (YEC), the belief that the earth is only 6,000-10,000 years old and its origins are as described in the opening chapters of Genesis, is in the news again. This is due to the brand new Noah’s ark model, the Ark Encounter, that the apologetic ministry Answers in Genesis (AiG) has built in Williamstown Kentucky as a complement to their other facility, the Creation Museum, a 40 minute drive north in Petersburg KY. See complete essay

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