Latest Articles by Dr. Georgia Purdom

  • Blog
    Answers for Teachers
    Jan. 28, 2010

    Last Friday almost 60 teachers from several different Christian schools participated in the first Answers for Teachers day at the Creation Museum.  We have

  • In-Depth Article
    Mirror Images and Amino Acids
    Jan. 27, 2010 from Answers in Depth

    The complexity of life continues to astound even the most skeptical scientist. Dr. Georgia Purdom looks at recent discoveries that reveal God’s handiwork.

  • Blog
    Answers for Women
    Jan. 26, 2010

    This year, for the first time, Answers in Genesis will have a booth at two women’s conferences! We are looking forward to being exhibitors at the True Woman

  • Blog
    Apathy and Christianity
    Jan. 20, 2010

    Several days ago I spoke in the museum, and one of the young men who heard me speak challenged me concerning the importance of the creation issue to

  • Blog
    Science Experiments and Sunday School
    Jan. 19, 2010

    After I spoke in the museum last week, Tonya, a young woman from Ohio, spoke to me about her efforts to incorporate science into her church’s Sunday school

  • Blog
    Overcoming Fear
    Jan. 14, 2010

    I admit I get a little nervous when I stand in front of 1,000 people to give a presentation, but do you know what makes me more nervous?  Standing in front of

  • Blog
    Faith Like a Child
    Jan. 12, 2010

    My six-year-old daughter Elizabeth came to know Christ as her Savior a few months ago.  It was one of the happiest moments of my life as her father and I prayed

  • Science and Biblical Authority
    Jan. 11, 2010 from Answers Update

    Why do Christians believe the Bible doesn’t serve as a foundation for biology, geology, and astronomy? Dr. Georgia Purdom, AiG–U.S., examines the issue.

  • Blog
    Defending the Faith 2010
    Jan. 6, 2010

    At this time of year, many people are making New Year’s resolutions.  Why not have one of your New Year’s resolutions be to learn more about defending God’s

  • Blog
    Tragedy Close to Home
    Dec. 30, 2009

    About a month ago, the small rural community where I live was shocked with the news that a 10-year-old boy had been murdered by his older brother. A family

  • Blog
    The Seven C's in Joy to the World
    Dec. 25, 2009

    A friend of mine recently shared this with me, and he gave me permission to share it with you on my blog. Did you know the Seven C’s of History are hidden in

  • Blog
    What Gifts Are You Giving This Year?
    Dec. 23, 2009

    I’m sure many people have their Christmas shopping completed (and for those who don’t, you only have two more days!). I for one don’t like crowds, so I avoid

  • Blog
    Evolution Toys for Christmas?
    Dec. 11, 2009

    Believe it or not, there is now a website that sells toys that explicitly teach evolution to kids.

  • Blog
    Wisdom from Ecclesiastes
    Dec. 9, 2009

    I recently heard a pastor quote Ecclesiastes 7:14 (NIV). When times are good, be happy; But when times are bad, consider: God had made the one as well as

  • Blog
    Children’s Books and Evolution
    Dec. 8, 2009

    My six-year-old daughter is in Kindergarten, and I always enjoy looking at her Scholastic book order forms when they are sent home.  We both love reading

  • Blog
    Dec. 4, 2009

    I am very excited to have the opportunity to have a personal blog. I am a regular follower of several blogs, but this is the first time I have been the

  • Genesis, Wifely Submission, and Modern Wives
    Nov. 24, 2009

    Why is Answers in Genesis talking about the issue of wifely submission? Just like all other New Testament doctrines, the issue of leadership in marriage has its foundation in Genesis.

  • Making the Evolution Pill Easier to Swallow, Part 3
    Nov. 16, 2009

    In her final installment discussing a recent conference on medicine and Darwin, Dr. Georgia Purdom, AiG–U.S., reveals how confused one presenter was about natural selection and evolution.

  • Making the Evolution Pill Easier to Swallow
    Nov. 9, 2009

    According to one presenter at a recent Darwin and medicine conference, children with birth defects are “bumps” in the road on our way to becoming more evolved.

  • Making the Evolution Pill Easier to Swallow
    Nov. 2, 2009

    Dr. Georgia Purdom attended a series of lectures titled “Your Genes and You: Health, Disease, and Medicine.” The title might better have been “Sleight of Hand.”

  • Technical Research Paper
    The Role of Genomic Islands, Mutation, and Displacement in the Origin of Bacterial Pathogenicity
    Oct. 28, 2009 from Answers Research Journal

    Bacteria are mostly beneficial, even though a minority are known as pathogens. They are necessary for natural processes such as human digestion and biogeochemical cycling.

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  • In-Depth Article
    The End of Irreducible Complexity?
    Oct. 6, 2009 from Answers in Depth

    Is one of the main examples of intelligent design bogus—or is this another “just so” story from evolutionists?

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  • Technical Research Paper
    More Abundant than Stars
    Sept. 23, 2009 from Answers Research Journal

    Microbes form a life-sustaining organosubstrate on earth and contribute to our understanding of geology, ecology, and biology.

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  • Video Segment of Dr. Purdom's Presentation on the Wonder of the Cell
    Sept. 8, 2009

    Video Segment of Dr. Purdom's Presentation on the Wonder of the Cell from the recent Creation College.


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