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As thousands of visitors have toured the Ark Encounter theme park and have walked through the three decks of remarkable exhibits, many are lost for words.
The most authentic recreation of Noah’s Ark, with three decks of world-class teaching and themed exhibits, opened to the public July 7 in Northern Kentucky.
Can science be studied neutrally, without committing to any worldview?
AiG has embarked on what we believe is perhaps an unprecedented marketing effort ever for any ministry. We seek to reach both the Christian and secular worlds.
That headline is perhaps the best way to describe the amazing Ark Encounter theme park that opens July 7 south of Cincinnati. Let me explain.
What is the reason for such opposition to a project that will be so beneficial to the state as it brings hundreds of millions of tourist dollars into Kentucky?
We don’t need another Ark to save us from a global Flood. But we do need another kind of Ark, and to take people on what we are calling “a voyage of discovery.”
They need to be shown that what we see in this world around us only makes sense in the light of God’s Word.
Our burden at AiG is to see people enter the narrow gate and be saved for eternity. As we begin this new year, we need to tell people that it’s time to enter!
Is it really necessary for AiG to be so adamant about the six days?
Aren’t you as deeply troubled and tremendously burdened as I am when you read these sad statistics about the millennials who attend our churches?
We will be showing museum visitors that even non-existent aliens can be used to bring the truth of salvation to real “aliens!”
The Answers in Genesis ministry is really a legacy from parents who instructed their children to stand unashamedly on the authority of God’s Word.
What did America's Research Group discover in its new research that now estimates even greater attendance at the coming Ark Encounter?
What would George Washington have said about the Ark Encounter and our ongoing conflict with the State of Kentucky—and religious freedom as a whole in the US?
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