Many people simply don’t understand what happens behind the closed doors of an abortion clinic.
The pressure placed on companies to force acceptance of LGBTQ+ ideals on their workforce is one thing, but this pressure has impacted much of the church.
It’s well known that a culture, a family, or an organization (e.g., church, Christian college, etc.) can change dramatically in one generation.
I thought you would appreciate reading a summary of a number of our battles to remind us of the faithfulness of God in seeing us through to where we are today.
Disneyland’s tagline is “The Happiest Place on Earth.” But is Disney becoming “The Most Woke Place on Earth”?
I’m sure you’re familiar with the word embark. Well, after you read this month’s letter, I trust you will never think the same way about that word.
We’re living at a time of great tumult where we are not immune from issues facing companies and organizations across the nation.
How Answers in Genesis aims to remain biblically faithful for generations to come through several review boards and an updated Statement of Faith.
Christians must have the freedom to follow their consciences, even in a pandemic—which is why Answers in Genesis sued the United States government.
Calling out evangelical compromise in the church that questions the existence of a literal Adam, the virgin birth of Jesus, and the truthfulness of the Bible.
A painting by an 8-year-old is more valuable than one hanging in an art museum because it points to a greater reality.
What does an atheist who passed away, an eleven-year-old girl, and a new book have to do with our Answers in Genesis vision?
Another adoption agency, Holt International, falls to LGBTQ+ cultural pressure leading Answers in Genesis to stand for the truth of Scripture.
We’re losing the younger generations from the US church. The world is capturing them. You will be excited to learn what AiG is doing about this—and what’s next.
Popular speaker Dr. Terry Mortensen was deplatformed from a church for comments about social issues—a sad indictment about American Evangelicalism today.
William Lane Craig & Phil Vischer attack Ken Ham for believing the Bible about rejecting evolution indicating ongoing compromise in the Evangelical church.
With the election is over, the spiritual battle begun in the Garden continues—and the work of the Kingdom and Answers in Genesis is more important than ever.
Contrasting the legacies of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg & Ken Ham's “mum,” Norma Ham—as we look toward the future with a new exhibit at the Creation Museum.
The privilege to vote and seek God as an informed, Bible-believing Christian while not being influenced by secularist, nonbelieving platforms.
America is dying. It has been dying for some time. Right now, from a human perspective, the church is fighting for its very life in the West.
How Answers in Genesis is standing against the tide of evolutionary naturalism and compromise in the church to be a watchman on the wall in our day.
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