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What we believe about Genesis has consequences for how we read and understand the entire Bible—including the New Testament and especially the gospel!
"You don’t owe others comfort. You owe yourself a life of integrity . . . lived on your own terms.” This represents where the culture as a whole is heading.
The Tower of Babel dispersed people and resulted in many language groups. Now, we need to proclaim the truth of God’s Word and the gospel to all these groups.
Today many Christian leaders argue that the fossil record preceded Adam by millions of years.
While the American Atheists are running their conference in Cincinnati in April 2019, we’ve decided to hold our own conference in the Answers Center of the Ark Encounter.
One reason young adults are leaving the church is that they don’t understand the Old Testament. What can we do to help them?
Gospel Reset deals with the topic of how we can more effectively evangelize a secularized culture. It also clearly presents the gospel, founded in Genesis.
Terms like racism, prejudice, a black race, and a white race are common in news items these days. How should God’s people respond to matters of “race”?
If creationists are unwilling to change their basic beliefs, does that mean they’re not true scientists?
Our Special Effects Theater at the Creation Museum, already unique in the world, has been totally rebuilt and converted into a 4D theater.
We are serious about protecting and organizing the Answers in Genesis ministry for the future.
Biblical teachings reflect the fact that, in an ultimate sense, there are only two religious views in the world—one built on man’s word and the Word of God.
God expects us to do the best we can with what he has entrusted us with, to engage in the business of the King (the King of Kings) until he returns.
The Ark Encounter and Creation Museum are “evolving”—but not in the sense of chance, random processes. It’s through lots of intelligent design!
“Homophobic.” “Misogynist.” How do Christians address the criticism that they’re hate-filled bigots?
We estimate around 30% of those who visit the Ark Encounter are non-Christians and 80% of the bus tours that bring tourists to the Ark are secular tours.
Has the gospel changed? No, it hasn’t but the culture has. The method by which we present the gospel needs to be such that the culture will understand.
Our talks at UCO were a witness to a public university and clearly presented the foundation of God’s Word and the gospel (including to the LGBTQ group)!
What a huge difference it made when Aborigines learned—from Genesis—we’re all one big family.
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