Latest Articles by Dr. Georgia Purdom

  • Blog
    Answers for Pastors’ Wives
    Oct. 25, 2011

    I was so blessed last week to speak to the wives of the pastors attending our Answers for Pastors conference at the Creation Museum. I gave my presentation

  • Blog
    Mercies in Disguise
    Oct. 20, 2011

    A couple months ago in church we sang a song that really impacted me called “Blessings.” The song was written and is sung by Laura Story. As I sang the song I

  • Blog
    Answers for Women Conference—Don’t Miss It!
    Oct. 18, 2011

    I am thrilled to announce that next year Answers in Genesis will host the first-ever Answers for Women Conference at the Creation Museum. We have a great lineup

  • Blog
    Beaten but Not Defeated
    Oct. 13, 2011

    As I sat down to write my blog today, I was having difficulty picking a topic. Should I talk about a historic church closing in Ohio because it has

  • Blog
    Harvard: No Longer “Truth for Christ and the Church”
    Oct. 11, 2011

    Yesterday our pastor shared with the congregation an interesting story about Harvard University’s seal and motto. The original motto, “Truth (Veritas) for

  • Blog
    Almost Christian
    Oct. 6, 2011

    Last night, on my way home from a speaking event I turned on the Christian radio station and heard one of my favorite pastors, Dr. John MacArthur. He was

  • Blog
    The Magic of Reality or Unreality?
    Oct. 4, 2011

    Richard Dawkins’ new book The Magic of Reality was released today. It’s a book targeted to teens to give them answers to questions such as, “How old is the

  • Exposing The Anointed
    Oct. 4, 2011

    Dr. Georgia Purdom and Mark Looy review The Anointed, the new book by Drs. Karl Giberson and Randall Stephens.

  • Blog
    Suing for Wrongful Birth?
    Sept. 29, 2011

    I’m sure many people have heard of wrongful death suits, but in another sad chapter of American history it is now legal for parents to sue doctors and others

  • Blog
    Can a Pastor in a Church Be an Atheist?
    Sept. 27, 2011

    In the Netherlands the answer is yes. Reverend Klass Hendrikse is a priest in the Protestant Church in the Netherlands and believes that God is not

  • Blog
    Are You Hiding God’s Word in Your Heart?
    Sept. 22, 2011

    As a child growing up in the Church of the Nazarene, I participated in Children’s Bible Quizzing. Each year, children in grades 3–6 would intensely study one

  • Blog
    Glory of Man or Glory of God?
    Sept. 20, 2011

    My friend Stacia has a son with Williams Syndrome. Physically and mentally he is considered disabled, but she recently pondered the question: by whose

  • Blog
    Sexism is Alive and Well in the 21st Century
    Sept. 15, 2011

    I was watching TV the other day with my family, and a commercial for Klondike ice cream bars came on. Most of you are probably familiar with the jingle for

  • Blog
    Date at the Smithsonian
    Sept. 13, 2011

    My friend Susan and her husband Dan live in the area of Washington, D.C., and have developed a passion for creation apologetics. They have taken several of our

  • Blog
    A Price Worth Paying
    Sept. 8, 2011

    Recently I was interviewed for an apologetics radio show called A Place of Grace. The host of the show, Donna Lou Shickel, is a Christian committed to helping

  • Blog
    “Blessed Be Your Name”
    Sept. 6, 2011

    I recently heard this song in church and then again when I was watching the movie Soul Surfer (note: I realize there are modesty/apparel problems in the movie,

  • Blog
    Does “Worldview-Neutral” Science Exist? Part Two
    Sept. 1, 2011

    Last week I wrote a blog concerning the homeschool science curriculum Real Science-4-Kids that claims to be “worldview neutral.” This week I decided to take a

  • Blog
    Middle Schoolers and Biblical Authority
    Aug. 30, 2011

    Teri is a good friend who I met when we adopted our daughter from China. Her daughter and mine spent the first year of their life in the same orphanage, and we

  • Blog
    Does “Worldview-Neutral” Science Exist? Part One
    Aug. 25, 2011

    A few weeks ago, a homeschool mom gave me a flyer for a homeschool science curriculum that she had seen advertised. She thought I would find it “interesting.” 

  • Blog
    "The first time I went through the Creation Museum I cried"
    Aug. 23, 2011

    I always enjoy receiving testimonies from people whose lives have been changed by visiting the Creation Museum. The following email came from a person who

  • Blog
    Back To School—Are You Ready?
    Aug. 18, 2011

    It’s that time of year again—one that many children dread (not mine—she loves school!). Parents and children alike will begin another year of homeschooling or

  • Blog
    "Where's the Bible?"
    Aug. 16, 2011

    Last week, my daughter Elizabeth and my Dad and I attended a Reds baseball game. As we stood to sing the national anthem and placed our hands over our hearts,

  • Blog
    Enjoying Geology at a Biology Meeting!
    Aug. 11, 2011

    A couple weeks ago, I attended the joint meeting of the Creation Biology Society and Creation Geology Society in Rapid City, South Dakota. The day before the

  • Blog
    Mega Conference Was a Mega Hit!
    Aug. 9, 2011

    A couple weeks ago, Answers in Genesis hosted its Mega Conference in northern Kentucky. I was pleased to see so many people hungry to learn about apologetics,


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