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I want you to share in the excitement of knowing that God is drawing thousands of people each day to the museum and Ark.
At the film’s very start, it became clear that “science is under attack” would be a central theme that would appear throughout Bill Nye: Science Guy.
The winter solstice has a special effect at Ireland’s most famous megalith.
Selected data and unprovable assumptions are a problem with all methods for determining the age of the earth, as well as for dating its fossils and rocks.
A group of scientists at Tel Aviv University propose that bacteria in our intestines may be responsible for human altruism.
What help and hope can we offer to family members and friends who seek death by suicide? Why and how must we promote life? We turn to the Bible for answers.
Meteorites have an amazing story to tell, but it has been misunderstood.
After visiting the Grand Canyon, I discovered that not only are the evolutionist’s “missing links” truly missing—their whole “ladder of life” is missing!
Parents and students who are looking ahead to college should be humbled by the magnitude of the decision and implications that it will have on their life.
Minerals display not only God’s incredible creativity and His care for our needs, but also His unbounded love of variety and beauty.
Portraying well-known scenes from the life of Jesus Christ at the Creation Museum required much research and careful attention to detail.
Next time you’re tempted to brush away a spider web, stop to consider the engineering required . . . and the Engineer behind the engineer.
Since the time of Darwin, evolutionists have looked to the fossil record for historical evidence of evolution.
Because of his human nature, questions are raised about Jesus’ beliefs concerning certain events in Scripture, such as creation.
AiG is working with long-time ministry partner Children’s Hunger Fund to provide needed relief to our family in the hurricane-ravaged areas of the south.
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