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Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., responds to the claim that belief in biblical creationism is “so illogical and wrong that it’s hilarious.”
Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., explains why John’s account of the temple cleansing must necessarily have been a different event from the one found in the Synoptic Gospels.
When children reject God, it can be a terrible burden to Christian parents. How does the Bible instruct us react to such sensitive issues?
Will the Ark of the Covenant be in heaven, and is it still in existence today? Troy Lacey and Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., explain.
Can’t “day” just mean a period of time? Darius and Karin Viet explain.
We received a letter with some disagreements on a few points in The Fall of Satan. We hope that this reply will cause others to dig into the Scriptures and seek these things out in God’s Word.
It’s good to learn about ourselves and the world, but we must take care to preserve human life in the process. Can we observe embryo development without causing harm? Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell explains.
How can anyone know what happened in the beginning if none of us were there? Ken Ham, AiG–U.S., explains.
Is there an ever-widening canyon between scientific intellectualism and the Christian faith? Is theistic evolution a legitimate way to bridge that gap? Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., explains.
If there were an all-knowing Creator, why would He design men with a structure for which they have no use? Dr. Tommy Mitchell, AiG-U.S., explains why males have nipples.
Lately, we’ve received a number of letters about a new posting, “Christian Faith Requires Accepting Evolution.” Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell responds.
What is the point of building a full-size ark (or doing any other ministry) if we are nearing the end of the world?
Is there a legitimate distinction between historical and observational science, or are we being misleading to use those terms? Troy Lacey, AiG–U.S., explains.
The June 2011 issue of Christianity Today spends a lot of ink searching for the historical Adam or explaining why we shouldn’t expect there to be one.
Do Christians use circular reasoning when they presuppose that God exists? Is circular reasoning a logical fallacy? Darius and Karin Viet explain.
Why did God punish Pharaoh because of Abraham's deception? Is this not unjust? Elizabeth Mitchell, MD, explains the reasons for the plagues.
Is morality based on God’s personal preferences? What is the source of moral absolutes? Darius and Karin Viet explain.
Just how far off are the commonly accepted dating methods? Dr. Andrew Snelling explains.
We should remember to be grateful to the Lord every single day of the year for sending His Son to die on the Cross in our place.
In response to some feedback regarding a recent Answer in Depth article, Tom Hennigan takes the occasion to clarify some points.
Do Answers in Genesis articles present different maximum dates for carbon 14? Dr. Andrew Snelling explains.
This article’s purpose is to counter the anti-creationist claims of a recent paper by Senter and Cole.
Does young earth creationism have a tendency to become a source of division among believers? Mark Looy, AiG–U.S., responds to this important question.
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