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Over Memorial Day Weekend, you’ll also have an opportunity to enjoy a Legacy Five concert and comedy by “God’s Comic,” Brad Stine after you enjoy dinner.
Do you have a passion for the AiG message and a desire to use your God-given talents at a gospel-centered ministry? If so, get ready to apply—we’re hiring!
Should a business have to supply female uniforms to male employees who identify as female? That’s the basis for a lawsuit against a Detroit funeral service.
Calling all students in grades 7–12! You’re invited to the Ark Encounter for our free 2019 Creation College Expo, November 1–2.
I thought I would share with you a great article from Decision, a publication of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, that recently interviewed me.
Tim Mahoney embarked on a journey to answer the question, Who wrote the first five books of the Bible? Find out in Patterns of Evidence: the Moses Controversy.
Here at Answers in Genesis, we’re often accused of being “anti-science.” But do you know who is often anti-science? Those who support abortion.
Discover the foundation and tools for biblical parenting with our brand-new seven-disc set from our 2018 family conference, Equipping Families to Stand.
As a gesture of our appreciation, we’re offering all veterans free admission to both the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum on Memorial Day, May 27, 2019.
The headline for a new study summarized by National Geographic declared, “Speedy horses evolved only recently, says landmark equine study.”
Many parents leave the spiritual development of their children up to the church—but it’s not ultimately the church’s responsibility. It’s yours as a parent.
A new study showed it’s not just our noses that contain olfactory receptors (the protein responsible for detecting smells)—it’s also our tongues.
Hundreds of thousands of museum visitors have relaxed under the dome of our planetarium and enjoyed a Bible-themed program. But, it’s time for an upgrade!
Headlines around the world are announcing the discovery of a new species of “bat-wing dinosaur” uncovered in China. But what was this creature?
To celebrate mothers, we’re offering every mother half-price admission to both of our attractions, the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter, on Mother’s Day.
Today is National Tourism Day. And we want you to take advantage of this reminder to travel by planning your visit to the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum!
Since tube anemones live slow, long, predictable lifestyles, it’s assumed they’re simple. New research shows their mitochondrial DNA is anything but simple.
Alaska, “the last frontier,” is a beautiful wilderness—and you can experience it this summer on a Living Passages tour with AiG’s Buddy and Kay Davis.
Scripture tells us God’s original creation was “very good,” so why do we see creatures with toxins, venoms, and poisons seemingly designed to harm and kill?
Our planetarium upgrade will feature an 800% increase in brightness and a 350% in resolution as we move to the latest technology—laser projectors.
Researchers in the South American nation of Chile have announced the discovery of a human footprint they’ve dated at 15,600 years.
Today, the LGBTQ rights movement has claimed the rainbow as its own, but God already owns the rights to that symbol.
We’re gearing up to announce our 2020 Answers VBS theme—and we’re giving away five Super Starter VBS kits and other prizes along the way!
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