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The lowly sea snail, of all things, has a unique way of manufacturing armor from soft ingredients.
For sea urchins, a broken tooth reveals an incredible design.
A creationist dig site in eastern Wyoming has set a new standard of excellence in fossil fieldwork.
As far as stereotypes go, cavemen make easy targets—especially when transplanted into the twenty-first century.
Everywhere they look in the biological world, scientists and engineers are finding marvelous designs that inspire new technology.
This issue of Answers magazine examines some of the most popular myths about the dinosaurs and how they died.
The newest effort by BioLogos to blend creation and evolution has taken the evangelical world by storm. But at what cost?
Learn more about the strength of eggshells by conducting some experments.
Does Genesis 1:15 say that the moon emits its own light as some skeptics claim?
A reader asks us to provide a kid-friendly history of Halloween and whether Christians should celebrate. John UpChurch, AiG–U.S., responds.
Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Dolphins and Whales: Tribes of the Ocean is an amazing visual delight—with only a few scientific gaffes.
The works of Charles Spurgeon have inspired millions of Christians around the world for over a hundred years. AiG and Larry and Marion Pierce want that to be another hundred years.
Bigfoot has been found—or so claim two men who say they have found the dead body of a Sasquatch.
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