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Regardless of how you approach Halloween, be encouraged as you look around and see gravestones, ghosts, and skeletons, because Jesus has defeated death!
In a culture that is obsessed with retaining youthfulness, we are bombarded every day with products that will slow the effects of aging. But why do we age?
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.
In just a few days I am headed to Ireland to partner with AiG–UK for a conference to equip and challenge believers to stand on the authority of the Word of God.
Discover God’s wonderful design for sexuality—and how to share this message with others—at our 2019 Answers for Women conference April 5–6, 2019.
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.”
Do you have your tickets for the patriotic film, Indivisible, coming to theaters October 26? This true-life film is sure to inspire you.
The reliability of Scripture and how we ended up with the 66 books that make up our Bible are fascinating topics to explore in more depth.
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.
October is Church Library Month, a good time to consider what’s in your library and perhaps add some AiG apologetics resources for kids, teens, and adults.
A staff member chatting about the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum received the response, “That sounds great! But what else is there to do in Kentucky?”
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.
We’re preparing to welcome guests for ChristmasTime at the Ark and ChristmasTown at the Museum November 23–December 30 (closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day).
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