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Fall is a glorious season, especially for an Illinois boy like me!
The inaugural issue of Answers magazine was mailed in June. Response has been overwhelmingly positive and subscriptions are rapidly increasing. We praise God, and thank you for your support!
Prior to joining AiG, the authors’ letters to newspapers and TV stations would be ignored whenever we would respond to various articles or programmes that dealt with the origins issue.
In the UK there is a strange paradox—while people are enormously apathetic toward the Christian faith, at the same time they enthusiastically deride it.
I have a soft spot for Twycross Zoo. It is a favourite with my children and me, since it is only a 30-minute drive from our house in the west of Leicestershire.
Scientists have recently concluded that 96% of our genome is similar to that of the chimp. However, most people are unaware that this percent pertains to the regions of our DNA that result in proteins
Trips to the zoo are fun and educational. But, more and more, zoos are also venues that promote an evolutionary agenda.
Can a bone show change? It is vital for a Christian to read critically.
Almost every secular biology textbook today includes a section on vestigial structures—structures that are supposed remnants from ancestors that have lost their original function or capacity.
Missionaries have been taking the gospel to people around the world for many years. But there are still people who have yet to hear the good news of Jesus Christ.
Bob and Jan Thompson
Mini chocolate bars, gummy bears, and the gospel? Yes, they can go together, especially on October 31 when children in costumes knock on your door.
As the world turned its attention to the heavens on December 24, 1968, the Apollo 8 crew turned their eyes to earth and their thoughts to the One who formed it.
Can you help “put God back in the science curriculum?” This is exactly what Dr. Jerry Layton, a former science teacher, was asked to do.
How did it happen? How did museums become the secular temples of our day?
This article is based on a recent conversation between Ken Ham (president and CEO of Answers in Genesis) and Dr. Andrew Snelling.
The deity of Jesus (the assertion that He is both God and man) is so vital to the gospel that, if not true, there is no hope for salvation.
the heavens declare the glory of God, Creation Museum, Stargazers Room
Biology is the study of life, and probably no other high-school subject discusses a more controversial topic.
This research does little to support molecules-to-man evolution as a theory of origins. Since this type of research is historical in nature, the conclusions made by the authors are their guesses given their naturalistic worldview.
Question: If your brand new car breaks down and you take parts from an older car to fix it, is your new car closer to becoming a Model-T?
Creation evangelism, sharing the biblical account of creation, is not just for pastors and evangelists; it’s for everyone—old and young alike.
Some have claimed that the Bible contradicts itself.
Listen to Ken Ham as he interviews creationist geologist Dr. Andrew Snelling of the Institute for Creation Research.
Enjoy watching this interview with worldview expert Bill Jack.
Bad Medicine, Be Our Eyes and Ears, Bacteria Back Creation, A Comet’s Tale, The Mother Lode of Ancestral Moms
Georgia on the Mind ... Again, Cartoon: Let There Be Truth, The Chimp Connection? Six Days of Creation—A Superstition? A Field Day for Evolution, It’s Not Luke 2