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Because of the public statements about Planned Parenthood, someone who opposes the ministry of Answers in Genesis sent a donation to them in “honor” of Ken.
Even if Noah could build a wooden Ark strong enough to survive a yearlong Flood, how could he house and feed all those animals?
The appearance of age in the things that God created is a much-debated issue in contemporary Christian scientific circles.
The essential “Darwinian” axiom of chance evolution by random change and “survival of the fittest” was broadly suggested by ancient Greek philosophers.
Those who believe that only the uneducated reject evolution perhaps do not realize that evolution, far from fact, does not even qualify as a theory.
Over the next several weeks, you can encounter the wonder of God’s Word and the wonder of the incredible Ark in a very special way.
Modern skeptics frequently assume that someone living in Noah’s time would have been incapable of building something as large and sophisticated as the Ark.
Evolutionism is a belief system based upon the assumption that there is a materialistic explanation for the origin of everything.
Hurricanes, like Harvey and Irma, are not evidence of global warming, but their effects are exaggerated by alarmists.
The colorful history of the domestic cat, filled in by the latest paleogenetic study, illustrates many fun facts that are consistent with biblical truth.
The wild and woolly world of hybrids is setting evolutionary ideas back on their heels.
In an effort to fill the gap between apes and men, certain fossil men have been declared to be “apelike” and, thus, ancestral to at least “modern” man.
Detailed images of a newly discovered species of hell ant—extinct ants with scythe-like jaws—in Burmese amber may hold the answer to how they ate.
From both inside and outside the church, the Darwinian revolution changed the hearts and minds of generations concerning biblical authority.
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