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This world is fallen and broken, but we can choose to live a whole lot closer to the original design.
Because a loved one was willing to share creation apologetics, via this magazine and DVDs, another generation was reached.
I love the drive from home to my office at AiG’s Creation Museum, not long after sunrise on colorful fall mornings.
What if one of Noah’s sons had kept a journal while building the Ark? What might it say? That’s the intriguing question this issue’s kids section asks.
As I was growing up in a middle-class American family, my dad would pack us into the car and head to jaw-dropping vistas days away.
Have you ever been inside a cave? What were you thinking on your first foray into the dark below the earth’s surface?
In the spring of 1988, God used South Korea to transform my view of others. A missionary friend convinced me to accompany him on a trip to his country of birth to see how churches were reaching out to the lost with evangelistic films that we helped produce.
A malady is growing among Christians today. But usually, only those who don’t suffer from it are willing to talk about it.
My brief visit to the Grand Canyon as an impatient ten-year-old was nothing like the nine day adventure described in this issue.
I often think of how stunned Noah must have been when he first saw the awesome devastation and the breathtaking beauty of the transformed world.
When we lose focus on our responsibility to guide and protect the next generation, we put them at risk.
This issue of Answers in filled with muscular tools—many articles to help you on topics where the Bible is under attack.
Sooner or later, we all have one of those, “Where were you when . . .” stories.
The human face is the paper on which the joys and sorrows of our lives are displayed.
Evolutionists surround us, lobbing their ideas about millions of years and slow processes, trying to knock us out of the game.
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