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Skeptics claim that a wooden ship the size of Noah’s Ark couldn’t possibly stay afloat. Did God perform a miracle to keep it from sinking?
Much of the success in Northern Kentucky last year was attributed to the guests flocking to visit the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum.
Dragons appear again and again in the records of cultures around the world, as well as in their art and pottery.
All the opposition we face results in more publicity for AiG, and more people find out about our world-class attractions and come to visit.
In all the hoopla about the really big dinosaurs, the little ones get forgotten.
Contrary to popular portrayals of T. Rex as an ungainly brute who lumbered onto the scene millions of years ago, he was regally designed.
The main purpose of AiG is to proclaim and defend biblical authority. But what exactly does that mean?
Flight engineers have discovered another source of inspiration—creatures of the sea!
Occasionally here at Answers in Genesis we get enquiries about a telescope called LUCIFER that the Vatican supposedly owns. Is there any truth to this rumor?
You might be surprised how many myths you accept as truth.
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