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Evolution is a framework built on assumptions about the past—assumptions that will never have direct, first-hand, observational proof.
What makes orcas so successful at filling the oceans? If you think it’s their size and strength, listen up.
Interpretation of the Hebrew word yom in Genesis 1–2 has become one of the most contested issues among professing Christians and Jews.
Many parasitoid wasps optimize the reception for their larvae by injecting venom that disables the host insect’s immune system or changes its behavior.
One of the big dangers in sharing our faith is to get sidetracked. It helps to acknowledge areas of agreement before getting into the deeper issues.
The Scopes trial pitted William Jennings Bryan against Clarence Darrow in a confrontation over the teaching of evolution and creation in the public schools.
Scientists report the biochemical footprint of a particular sugar polymer—a type that modern humans cannot make—has been found in an ancient African fossil.
Chronological teaching is a proven way to address biblical illiteracy. The author of this article taught Bible history in public schools for 13 years.
Evolutionists seek to explain the origin of species from a single, hypothetical, primordial life-form by means of progressive change and natural selection.
In July, I announced that we installed permanent lights at the Ark Encounter to light up the ship each night with a spectacular rainbow of colors.
Peter warned that a skeptical philosophy would prevail in our day, claiming that “all things continue as they were from the beginning.”
It has been said that no book, other than the Bible, has had a greater affect on society than Darwin’s On the Origin of Species.
God created plants on Day Three of Creation Week, the day before he created the sun. How could this be, and what does this imply about the age of the earth?
I want you to share in the excitement of knowing that God is drawing thousands of people each day to the museum and Ark.
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