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The day after AiG opened the Ark Encounter to the public, Bill Nye, who debated me at the Creation Museum in 2014, spent a couple of hours with me.
We’ve seen this spiritual battle rage over and over again in history, as recorded in the Bible and as seen in the last 2,000 years of church history.
“Why the Bible Is True” is a large exhibit. The storyline will follow three college students around their campus.
Don’t you like hearing good news for a change about religious freedom?
BioLogos and others want to see theologians (who train future pastors, missionaries, and theologians) adopt evolutionary ideas and reject a literal Genesis.
Today, AiG has rallied God’s people to rebuild the Ark Encounter as a powerful evangelistic outreach to the world.
The Ark Encounter is estimated to reach 2 million or more people a year from around the world. And they will hear the most important message: the gospel.
As we all get older at AiG, a natural question some people have been asking me is, “Do you have a succession plan at the ministry?”
AiG continues to increase ways to reach more people, and in more countries, with the saving message of the gospel.
When you consider the 20 somethings (ages 20–29), you get a glimpse of what the “new America” will be if this culture continues on the same downward spiral.
I can’t help but get excited about powerful evangelistic outreaches like the coming Ark Encounter, but opposition to the project fires me up even more!
The life-size Noah’s Ark is going to be a spectacular sight, but one aspect of the Ark’s construction is more important than its impressive size.
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