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These beautiful bows remind me of my parents’ teaching of what the Bible says about God’s purpose in giving us the rainbow.
How people must have scoffed at Noah. In this world, AiG is increasingly experiencing the scoffing of those who mock us as we stand on God’s Word in Genesis.
The Bible uses strong language to describe any form of compromise with worldly thinking. And it doesn’t just apply to the ancient Israelites.
If you can’t trust the Bible when it talks about geology, biology, and astronomy, then how can you trust the Bible when it talks about salvation?
We have the most important message in the universe, and yet it seems to me that many Christians think it’s wrong to “market” things.
Now that the construction of the life-size Noah’s Ark is well under way, I thought it time to respond to the scoffers and critics of the project.
According to evolutionists, monogamy is not the rule in the animal kingdom. Then why was monogamy in our Western world accepted as the norm until recently?
Every generation has the same decision to make: Will I serve the God of the Bible or a false god?
Scores of spectacular animals must be designed and sculpted over the next year to be displayed in the life-size Noah’s Ark in northern Kentucky.
It’s headline news around the world: “Ireland poised to legalize gay marriage as votes tallied.”
That’s why Richard Dawkins despises young-earth creationists—he recognizes the incredible threat they are to his atheistic religion.
A Pew Research Center report, “America’s Changing Religious Landscape,” shows Christianity declining in America, which AiG has warned the church of for years.
What did America's Research Group discover in its new research that now estimates even greater attendance at the coming Ark Encounter?
I can’t help but get excited about powerful evangelistic outreaches like the coming Ark Encounter, but opposition to the project fires me up even more!
The life-size Noah’s Ark is going to be a spectacular sight, but one aspect of the Ark’s construction is more important than its impressive size.
There is more behind what has been designated today as Earth Day than planting trees, reducing pollution, and conserving natural resources.
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