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Ultimately, AiG, the Creation Museum, and the Ark Encounter boldly and uncompromisingly stand on the truth of God’s Word, beginning in Genesis.
The devil has been able to convince generations of people that the written Word cannot be trusted—particularly beginning with the book of Genesis.
The ultimate goal of thinking Christianly is to present God as Creator and Father of everything that He has made.
The Bible gives us examples that enable us to understand the tapestry concept, including the lives of Joseph, Moses, Ruth, Esther, Job, and others.
Noah’s Ark and the great Flood are taken as “fairy tales” by most Christians today, but Scripture tells us of God’s judgment upon the antediluvian world.
The battles are fierce at both secular and Christian colleges and universities. It’s easy to get wrapped up in the fight and forget the cause.
The media are abuzz with evidence of a rapidly rising number of nonbelievers. But are there any true atheists?
As I thought about the upcoming election, it dawned on me that the reasons we built the Ark are based on the same principles we should apply when we vote.
In essence the secularists little by little have been imposing their anti-God religion on the culture as Christianity is slowly being outlawed.
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.
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