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What much of the media has been doing in its coverage about politics is similar to the way they report on Christian organizations like Answers in Genesis.
I believe the Lord has raised up organizations like AiG to call the church back to the authority of the Word of God—calling for a new reformation.
Does the church in our Western world need a revival or a reformation?
Polls show that the twentysomethings sitting next to you in the pews may not embrace your faith. What happened to them?
Over the years I’ve heard parents in America and Australia tell me that their kids were being taught evolution at younger and younger ages.
On the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we seek to honor God and challenge today’s Christian leaders with our 2017 theme: Igniting a New Reformation.
One reason young adults are leaving the church is that they don’t understand the Old Testament. What can we do to help them?
Regardless of the outcome of the election, even if we are dismayed or discouraged like Habakkuk, we have to recognize that God is in control.
What is Christmas? This article shows the surprising connection between Christmas and the creation of the world.PDF Download
Unity is not only in Christ and His truth, but is maintained by committing to that truth and not being persuaded otherwise by men.
No matter where you go to school, we want share with you principles that we believe will help you survive your college experience and thrive through it all.
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.
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