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All three of the Nobel Prize winners in chemistry were recently awarded their prize “for their work in evolutionary science.”
This creation safari to South Africa with medical doctors Tommy and Elizabeth Mitchell, taking place June 7–17, 2019, is sure to be an incredible trip.
One reason young adults are leaving the church is that they don’t understand the Old Testament. What can we do to help them?
It seems researchers studying plants found that plants seem to produce fruits in colors matching what the local animals that eat them can easily see.
Azusa Pacific University had announced in the student-run campus newspaper that the restriction on same-sex relationships between students was being lifted.
We constantly hear from local business owners that the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum have had a great tourism impact on Northern Kentucky.
In only 10 years or so, you’ll be able (so we’re told) to see woolly mammoths, rhinos, cave lions, and long-extinct horses in a Siberian “Pleistocene Park”.
We’re excited to welcome hundreds of Latino guests to the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum later this week for our annual Día Latino event.
Stephen Wood claimed to identify as a woman, and he was sent to a jail for women. He used this as an opportunity to sexually assault four women in the prison.
We’re excited to share with you an emotional, spectacular perspective on the flood account in the brand-new AiG short film, New Beginning.
A recent study, led by the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre, found around 20% of the genes which had been classified as coding genes were not coding.
To celebrate the fall season, we’re hosting a Fall Fun Day here at the Creation Museum, October 13, 2018.
We have an exciting new opportunity that provides you with over 500 Answers in Genesis apologetics videos for the cost of just one DVD a month!
A recent find at two archaeological sites in Croatia (just across the Adriatic Sea from Italy) discovered dairy lipids in several fragments of jars of pottery.
We offer hands-on science workshops at our museum that teach science from a foundation of faith in God’s Word and the truth of creation as recorded in Genesis.
On National Online Learning Day, here are some of our online resources you may not be familiar with that will help strengthen your faith.
A news item recently reported on a study which found that the bonnethead shark (a smaller relative of Hammerhead sharks) actually eats and digests seagrass.
It’s not very often that I can promote a film at a theater. Pure Flix’s powerful new film, Unbroken: Path To Redemption, is coming to theaters September 14, 2018.
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.
One Blood for Kids includes science and culture segments to show how we can apply God’s Word to scientific study and the issues facing our culture.
I recently had the wonderful opportunity to speak to overflow crowds in two different churches in Queensland on the “Relevance of Genesis.”
Today marks 17 years since the 9/11 tragedy, the date the twin towers in New York City were destroyed in an act of shocking terrorism against the United States.
Army chaplain Scott Squires and his assistant Kacie Griffin were recently cleared of religious discrimination in a case significant for religious liberty.
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