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Then, late in 1989, the world changed. The “wall” that had separated east from west crumbled—both symbolically and in actual fact.
I thoroughly enjoyed your Noah’s Flood special issue. We will surely pass this one around for everyone in the family to read, then keep it on our shelves for future reference!
Ever heard one of these claims? Perhaps you’ve even said one yourself. Over the years, we’ve heard them all—but they’re all false, or at least they imply a falsehood.
Even though that now-infamous event occurred over 80 years ago, distorted details continue to warp society’s thinking concerning creation and evolution.
Although these two sample articles were written by the same journalist, they both reveal how easy it is to “slant” the very same information in two very different ways.
Darwinists promote the myth that the U.S. Supreme Court has banned the teaching of creation. Yet the National Center for Science Education, the leading advocate of teaching evolution, admits otherwise
Paul F. Taylor examines God’s Design science curriculum. This biblically based curriculum can be used for homeschooling or for supplemental teaching at home for children in state schools.
Why do young people walk away from the church after years of faithful attendance and involvement? The main reason may be that the curriculum used in most Sunday schools is simply telling Bible stories
Secular schools can serve as a platform for proclaiming biblical truth. Just ask 15-year-old Bryton Johnson. He had the opportunity to share the truth about the origin of races in his world geography.
That’s exactly what Barb Martin thought when she organized a Backyard Bible Club in her neighborhood. Using AiG’s Seven C’s of History curriculum, she taught biblical truths to 17 children.
If people don’t know their Creator, how can they follow Him?” This simple, yet important, question motivated Margy Cowell from South Africa to teach the book of Genesis to Lomwe and Makhuwa women.
What started out as a simple challenge by a college friend, “Bet you can’t prove evolution,” turned into a 30-year journey for Dr. Carl Werner.
Creation, cursed though it may be, still reveals God’s glory and nature. In our fast-paced world, families tend to spend so much time indoors.
But is there another explanation for the similarities among these limbs?
The National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools (NCBCPS), a nonprofit educational organization based in North Carolina, exists to promote the study of the Bible as an elective.
Leprosy has terrified humanity since ancient times and was reported as early as 600 BC in India, China, and Egypt. Hansen’s disease is still a major health problem.
As AiG began to design the Creation Museum, the leadership team made many adjustments and changes. One of the biggest was the museum’s size and, therefore, its cost.
The relativistic evolutionary thinking of our culture is affecting the worldview, lifestyle, and behavior of our Christian youth.
The newest guidebook, the Museum Guide from Answers in Genesis, will help. This guide tells the true history about dinosaurs, plate tectonics, the Stone Age, the Ice Age, human origins, and more.
In the Answers magazine article, Are YOU Evolutionized?, you saw eight questions that tested whether or not your thinking has been influenced by evolutionary teachings.
General information on Christian camping.
Parents will find the following resources helpful in teaching their children godly principles.
Only 10% of bacteria are “bad” or pathogenic (disease-causing) while the other 90% are “good” or non-pathogenic. In fact, they are necessary components for human life.
This is a short list of questions to ask any "Christian" college to find out where they stand on different Biblical concepts.
Preview of Museum Guide: A Bible-Based Handbook to the Natural History Museum
In the Time magazine cover article (March 22, 2007), “The Case for Teaching the Bible,” author David Van Biema argues for teaching the Bible in public schools.
For many Ivy League schools, their very purpose stemmed from religious roots, and many were impacted by influential preachers who at times led these institutions as their presidents.