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The news that evangelist Billy Graham passed away this morning, February 21, at age 99 was a bittersweet way to begin the day. We are saddened at the passing of a great evangelist, and our hearts go out to his family as they mourn the loss of their father, grandfather, and great-grandfather.
What makes the Creation Museum, Ark Encounter, and the message of AiG so powerful? And why are these two outreaches so inspiring to Christians and infuriating to atheists? Two words: biblical authority. You see, the core message of AiG is that all of God’s Word is true, from Genesis to Revelation!
Should people have a right to death-on-demand by euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide to escape suffering or a life some consider “not worth living”? When we realize that this is tantamount to asking for murder-on-demand, the sanitized sounding word euthanasia takes on its true colors.
The $3.26 billion Cassini-Huygens mission, launched in 1997, was a resounding success. It vastly improved our understanding of Saturn. The space probe Cassini’s most amazing discovery didn’t make the headlines: the clear testimony to Saturn’s young age and the fact that it had a Creator.
When archaeologists or anthropologists find mysterious objects in a burial chamber or the remains of ancient villages, how do they know what the object was used for? A recent article and research paper from have both brought up an interesting twist to this question: perhaps it was a toy or a child’s tool.
The latest in a string of Bible-based movie opens in US theaters today, and this time viewers have an opportunity to watch the famous strong man wreak havoc on the Philistines. Produced by Pure Flix, this cinematic version of Samson brings to life the Old Testament hero in a powerful way.
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.
Raising children to serve God doesn’t happen by itself. Parents must intentionally engage their children in step-by-step training towards this higher goal. One step is to remind your children that God has given you authority for their own protection and good.
The latest craze is to learn what DNA tests reveal about family heritage. When an adoptive Christian family decided to look beneath the surface, however, they discovered a more amazing truth, providing powerful evidence that we are all one race, or “one blood,” just as the Bible teaches.
The Associated Press has been syndicating a news article around the country on the UCO cancellation, appearing in countless newspapers and websites. The AP piece essentially suggests that the university was free to bump me because it was under no contractual obligation to hold my talk on its campus.
In addition to ensuring that your children receive meaningful instruction from the church, parents are responsible to build a biblical worldview in your children on a daily basis. Parents, you can become more involved in many ways.
A novel satellite is scheduled to investigate the feasibility of using “solar wind” as a source of propulsion for spacecraft and satellites by using solar sails. If successful, solar sails may eventually prove suitable for propelling long, unmanned space exploration and possibly manned, interplanetary operations.
According to Genesis, everything was not only good as God pronounced it to be, but He pronounced it very good. Therefore, it is evident that disease has no origin in the beginning; furthermore, disease itself was not created, because that would not be consistent with God’s nature and the perfect creation.
The University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) has booted Ken Ham from speaking on the Edmond campus next month. UCO has reneged on a contract it signed that allowed Ken to give a talk on March 5. Ken’s presentation in the school’s Constitution Hall, titled “Genesis and the State of the Culture.”
When the West rejected the Creator, it tossed out the one sure foundation for human dignity and purity. Without the light of God’s Word, the floodgates have opened to a new form of slavery in the West—trafficking in human lives to fulfill carnal lusts.
A century ago, scientists feared global cooling. Now they fear global warming. What do the numbers really show us? What does this century-old debate have to do with us today? Revisiting these still-unresolved questions may prevent modern politicians from making one of the greatest mistakes in our times.
Scientists tested DNA samples from 90 mummies, which revealed that ancient Egyptians shared more ancestry with Semitic groups to the north than do modern Egyptians. Accepting the Table of Nations as historical, Noah’s family possessed all of the human genetic variations we recognize today.
Superstitions abound regarding certain days, numbers, or objects. They fear Friday the 13th, Groundhog Day, broken mirrors, or ladders may have a hand in shaping the future. Most of these have murky, ancient origins and have been passed down from generation to generation. How should Christians respond?
Did YECs invent the terms origin science or historical science, and if so did we invent these terms just to discredit evolution? Do we deny that we can know anything about the past because we weren’t there to observe it, or that any event in the past is unknowable?
How should young-earth creationists explain the formation of highly specific relationships between plants and insects in light of our current understanding that Ark kinds may have been more generalized on (insects) and off (plants) the Ark?
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