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Have you ever had the opportunity to tour Israel? Now you can with AiG’s Dr. Georgia Purdom, in partnership with Tribe of Dan Tours.
Grab your hiking boots and join AiG adventurer, singer/songwriter, paleo-artist, and sculptor Buddy Davis for a Creation Caving adventure March 16–17, 2019.
One large family, the Gradys, recently joined us at the Ark Encounter for their family reunion, traveling from four separate states to be together.
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.
Today is Thanksgiving Day in America, and I wanted to take this opportunity to express our thanksgiving to the Lord for what he has done over the past year.
I wanted to take a day called “Giving Tuesday” to highlight one way that many people have blessed us here at AiG—by volunteering their time and talents!
Museum of the Bible uses innovative technology to highlight the Bible's impact has had on the world and gives visitors an immersive experience with it.
Matt Walsh has since responded to this post. We will be responding to his video on Answers News November 19, 2018, starting at 2 p.m. (ET)
Secular media often claims we’re struggling with Ark attendance. In response to an obviously biased hit piece, I wrote a guest column to rebut the claims.
A minister in the United Church, a liberal denomination in Canada, has reached a settlement that allows her to continue pastoring despite her professed atheism.
We’re thrilled to announce we’re starting the final phase of the current Creation Museum upgrades known as Operation Upgrade!
You can experience touring Alaska with adventurer, singer/songwriter, paleo-artist, and sculptor Buddy Davis, along with his wife Kay, June 23–28, 2019.
An “Ask a Scientist” article explains, “The Big Bang Theory is a timeline of the history of the universe. It says nothing about how the universe was created.”
A recent study of the tiger genome confirmed that there are six extant subspecies of tigers, confirming exactly what we would expect starting with God’s Word.
Many Christian colleges, institutions, and Christians stand at a crossroads right now. God’s Word gives us direction on how to think for such a time as this.
Theaters have dropped the top-performing film Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer apparently because it paints abortion in its proper light.
Genesis is clear that there is only one race—the human race. So why isn’t the church leading the fight against racism?
Can we call creation “very good” in the face of climate change? That’s the question posed by “eco-theologian” and Presbyterian minister Dr. Neddy Astudillo.
If you haven’t planned to attend our Creation College Expo, which takes place November 2–3, 2018, at the Creation Museum, there’s not much time left to do so!
A recent letter in the Guardian expresses concern over the “suppression of proper academic analysis and discussion of the social phenomenon of transgenderism.”
Kelvin Cochran, former Atlanta fire chief, was terminated from his position in 2014 after writing a devotional book for a Christian men’s Bible study.
A news item from close to home caught my eye. What stood out in this article was that the dinosaur in question was a juvenile sauropod.
A small wooden sign hanging in the cafeteria of a Maryland school simply reads: “Give us this day our daily bread.” Sounds rather innocent, doesn’t it?
Earlier this year in Alaska, the Downtown Hope Center became embroiled in a religious freedom lawsuit filed by the Anchorage Equal Rights Commission.
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