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Dr. David Menton holds a PhD in biology from Brown University and worked as an anatomy professor before he retired.
Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson is a research biologist, author, and speaker for Answers in Genesis. He holds a PhD in cell and developmental biology.
Dr. Andrew Snelling is a geologist who serves as Answers in Genesis’ Director of Research and the editor-in-chief of the Answers Research Journal.
Did you know Jesus isn’t Jesus’ only name? Jesus was the name God, through the angel Gabriel, instructed Jesus’ earthly parents to name him when he was born.
If we want to know something about Jesus, where should we look? The Bible! It is the source of truth about everything, including Jesus.
Jesus was born and spent most of his life in the land of Israel. He was born in a small town called Bethlehem and laid in a manger.
God always keeps his promises! He promised many things throughout the Bible, including things about the coming Savior, Jesus Christ.
Those who have trusted in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior will spend eternity with Jesus. But what will Jesus be doing for eternity?
God the Son appeared to people several times in the Old Testament. But his name wasn’t Jesus yet. He was usually called “the angel of the Lord.”
Thanksgiving is a time when we stop and focus on thanking God for his blessings.
Lottie started teaching in Kentucky and Georgia. However, God called her to missionary work and she was accepted to go to China.
William and Catherine Booth founded The Salvation Army, which works today to help the poor and to preach the gospel to everyone.
Mary Slessor wanted to go farther into Africa—where no missionaries had gone before and lived to tell about it.
At first Amy was rejected from missions work and was sent back home because of her health, but she kept trying. In 1894 Amy became a missionary to India.
Unlike many Europeans, David treated the African people kindly and respected their culture.
Gladys saw many Chinese people come to know Jesus as their Savior, after serving and loving the people of China for many years.
After feeling God’s call, Hudson immediately began preparing for the task of becoming a missionary to China.
Many people now can read God’s Word for themselves and learn about the message of Jesus because of Cam Townsend.
Jim Elliot and his friends died as martyrs, because they believed that sharing the message of Jesus was the most important thing anyone could do.
Nate’s death was not a waste. God used his and his friends’ deaths to help the gospel grow among the Aucas—the people they loved.
Frigatebirds spend most of their time in the skies above the open ocean and can stay in flight for weeks at a time.
One of the greatest archaeological finds of the 1900s was made because someone threw a rock.
Matthew Fontaine Maury was an officer in the U.S. Navy, famous for discovering ocean currents.
Mary, Martha, and their brother Lazarus, were some of Jesus’ closest friends.
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