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Eve found hope in the same promised Seed that we all look to.
Truth or science fiction? It’s possible to bypass your ears and send electrical signals directly to the brain. True.
Choosing the right college can be scary.
The world’s most complex language system is located within every cell of your body.
When Charles Darwin studied finches from the Galápagos Islands, he attributed their variations to natural selection. Is there any truth to his claims?
If God is in charge, then His Word is clear—homosexuality is a sin and marriage is the union of one man and one woman. So why don’t young people believe that?
Why do scientists want to push the origin of life into outer space rather than believe that life originated on earth?
Even unbelievers know that the Bible’s a dangerous text because its internal purpose is to redeem—to change the very nature of humanity.
For decades, evolutionary scientists have ignored “junk” DNA that supposedly littered our genetic sequence.
Evolution would require an enormous amount of change. Modern laboratory experiments have tested bacteria’s ability to change. Is this ability truly unlimited?
This interview, on the one-year anniversary of the debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham, captures the impact of the debate and AiG's heart for ministry.
The tagline for the movie was, “What are you willing to believe?” The correct question should be, “Why do you willfully suppress what you already know is true?”
The Galápagos Islands are a scientist’s dream come true.
The latest message of Bill Nye, “the Science Guy,” is that creation is dangerous and evolution the basis for modern science. Does he truly understand science?
All our lives, we’ve heard that our physical makeup is determined by our genes, not environment. But the science of epigenetics is forcing scientists to rethink their assumptions.
AiG’s Creation Museum is being challenged once again by the secularists, this time in the renowned magazine Scientific American.
Scientists were shocked to discover bacteria hidden deep in caves—far from any contact with humans—that already had the ability to fight antibiotics.
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