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Do Christians accuse God of calling cancer, brain tumors, and death “very good”?
At Christmastime, we especially remember (as we should every day of the year) that God’s Son has come and has opened our door to the free gift of salvation.
The Word of God is clear and needs to be proclaimed to all. It’s for all people for all time, regardless of their level of education!
Because of the public statements about Planned Parenthood, someone who opposes the ministry of Answers in Genesis sent a donation to them in “honor” of Ken.
Over the next several weeks, you can encounter the wonder of God’s Word and the wonder of the incredible Ark in a very special way.
Four big debates rage in our world today. The foundational answers are in Genesis 1–11.
From both inside and outside the church, the Darwinian revolution changed the hearts and minds of generations concerning biblical authority.
In July, I announced that we installed permanent lights at the Ark Encounter to light up the ship each night with a spectacular rainbow of colors.
Peter warned that a skeptical philosophy would prevail in our day, claiming that “all things continue as they were from the beginning.”
I want you to share in the excitement of knowing that God is drawing thousands of people each day to the museum and Ark.
Times have changed over the last 500 years, but some basic challenges never change.
Christian morality seems to be rapidly declining in America and the western hemisphere but did you know there is a connection between this and the Scopes trial?
Over the decades, evolutionists have often mocked me for tying evolution to morality. They claim that evolution has to do with “science,” not morality.
When we stand firm on God’s Word, we can expect attacks. How should we respond? It depends on who the opposition is.
Over the years, incredulous news reporters have often asked how we managed to find so much talent to build the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter.
Do the American Atheists really want to take over the Ark Encounter for new offices? That’s the goal, according to a claim made by atheists on a podcast.
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