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Most people think that the battle over creation and evolution is being fought between “science” and “religion.” But there are two problems with this thinking.
It comes as no surprise to anyone keeping a finger on the pulse of our culture that a dramatically high number of young people are leaving the church.
Barna reports that “more than two-thirds of skeptics have attended Christian churches in the past—most for an extended period of time.”
Of particular concern is question 19 on the Australian census form, which is the only optional question and is the religious identity question.
We’ve seen this spiritual battle rage over and over again in history, as recorded in the Bible and as seen in the last 2,000 years of church history.
The Ark and Creation Museum offer an opportunity to give students exposure to a different point of view that is largely censored from most public schools.
The next time you’re tempted to despair at the hopelessness of our modern church, consider Hezekiah. He faced similar challenges—and overcame them.
Is there intelligent life in outer space?
At a cost of $100 million, a life-size wooden Ark opens this summer. What’s behind such a massive project?
With the generally positive and balanced news coverage we have enjoyed, now comes a glaring exception from our local newspaper, the Cincinnati Enquirer.
What is our real motive for building themed attractions like the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter? Our motive is to do the King’s business until He comes.
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