The results from the 2018 GLAAD “Accelerating Acceptance Survey” showed there has been a significant drop in LGBT “allies,” particularly among 18–34-year-olds.
We’ve made it easy to bring your youth or middle school group, or Christian school group, with our Ark Encounter and Creation Museum Overnight Adventures.
Keith and Kristyn Getty are coming to perform at perhaps their most unique venue ever—the life-size Noah’s Ark attraction, the Ark Encounter!
Was Darwin’s On the Origin of Species correct? Have all living organisms evolved? Not according to a column published by Yale professor David Gelernter.
Our outreach has been expanded from Deaf Days to Deaf Answers, a special conference in ASL, at the Ark Encounter, November 8–10, 2019.
Here are answers to the most common questions I get asked by individuals and families planning their visit to the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum.
It’s not just atheists arguing the Bible teaches a flat earth—it’s some Christians, too, who’ve fallen for it and believe that’s what it teaches. But does it?
The Atlantic recently described the initial popularity of so-called secular churches, used as a replacement for the community found in churches. Does it work?
The Bible uses strong language to describe any form of compromise with worldly thinking. And it doesn’t just apply to the ancient Israelites.
Our Answers magazine team has launched a brand-new podcast to allow you to enjoy the best of our audio articles, which is available as Creation Answers.
Okjökull, known as Ok, lost its status as a glacier in 2014 due to its shrinking size. The presumed cause of the shrinkage? Man-made climate change.
Recently, a major Kentucky newspaper, the Lexington Herald-Leader (Kentucky.com), stooped quite low and published an opinion column worthy of a tabloid.
Here are some of the most-asked questions about our two world-class attractions, the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter, and our exciting new way to answer them.
Famed naturalist Sir David Attenborough recently told a parliamentary committee in the UK that “we cannot be radical enough in dealing with [climate change].”
One of the biggest criticisms of biblical creation is, “Creationists don’t make testable predictions.” But that’s simply not true!
Last week, the National Education Association (NEA) adopted a statement that endorses abortion. The NEA is the largest teachers’ union in the US.
My longtime, dear friend, Buddy Davis, celebrates his 70th birthday today. Happy birthday, Buddy!
Want to learn how to effectively share the gospel and enjoy a family vacation at the same time? Join us for Gospel Reset Mega Conference, November 21–23, 2019.
Recently, scientists announced the discovery of a new species of lizard inside the stomach of a microraptor, what they call a type of “gliding dinosaur.”
Answers News has aired twice a week since its inception, but we are switching to one episode a week—but don’t worry, it will allow us to do additional ministry!
If you weren’t able to come to the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum this summer, consider visiting us this fall, which includes some extra benefits.
A common atheistic objection to Christianity is the accusation that God condones slavery and rape, flowing from a misunderstanding of what the Bible teaches.
A recent news article about a fossilized lily, the supposed oldest ever discovered (115 million years), reported the fossil looked just like. . . a lily.
A Detroit festival had to reverse its ticketing policy due to backlash, threats, and performers cancelling. What kind of ticketing policy sparked such outrage?
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