Begin Down Under
Ken and Mally Ham start a creation science ministry from their home in Queensland, Australia.
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“Imagine what would happen if churches began raising up the generations of people who knew how to defend the Christian faith and stand solidly on the Word of God.”
For media information on the popular Creation Museum or Ark Encounter, attractions of AiG, please visit their respective press pages.
Answers in Genesis welcomes credentialed media and supporters to our press room. As part of this online resource, our media kit provides key ministry facts, bios, high-resolution photos, and more.
“Answers in Genesis is the parent ministry that built the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter to further inform and equip people concerning the truthfulness of God’s Word.”
Daily radio feature Answers with Ken Ham airs on over 900 domestic outlets.
Popular website receives millions of visits monthly and twice won NRB’s “web site of the year.”
Award-winning magazine Answers, published for over ten years, reaches over 75,000 subscribers.
Since its founding in 1994, Answers in Genesis has grown to more than 600 employees and is the largest apologetics (i.e., Bible-defending) ministry in the world.
Ark Encounter, a life-size Noah’s Ark in Williamstown, Kentucky, is the ministry’s newest and most visible outreach. AiG headquarters are located near Cincinnati in Petersburg, Kentucky, in the same building as the popular, high-tech Creation Museum, which has welcomed 2.7 million since opening in 2007.
“AiG scientists provide credible responses to the claims of evolutionists and develop scientific models that agree with the Bible.”
Each year, AiG holds hundreds of events around the world that proclaim biblical authority from the very first verse. Many of our speakers have earned doctorates, including from institutions like Harvard, Brown, Ohio State, Vanderbilt, Indiana, etc.See all Speakers
Late last month, internationally renowned Christian speaker and author Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis was uninvited from speaking at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO). UCO President Don Betz has now invited the AiG president to give his talk, “Genesis and the State of the Culture,” on the Edmond campus.