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With the generally positive and balanced news coverage we have enjoyed, now comes a glaring exception from our local newspaper, the Cincinnati Enquirer.
What is our real motive for building themed attractions like the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter? Our motive is to do the King’s business until He comes.
If God doesn’t exist—and life has no ultimate meaning—why do atheists get passionate when it comes to fighting biblical Christianity?
There is a children’s book called Charlie and the Tortoise that tries to indoctrinate children into believing that the evolution fairy tale is true.
I was introduced to one of our volunteers who was an atheist but became a Christian after attending one of my creation seminars at Cedarville University in 1993.
Today, AiG has rallied God’s people to rebuild the Ark Encounter as a powerful evangelistic outreach to the world.
In what can only be described as a hit piece that resembled the worst of the British tabloid media, this well-read Newsweek article needs to be addressed by AiG.
Does our wicked generation have any precedent in biblical history?
Understanding the foundational aspects of the gospel in Genesis is a vital key to unlock a powerful method of evangelism to reach the world for Christ.
AiG is launching a branding campaign on the Fox News Channel and its coverage of New Year’s Eve and the ball drop at Times Square in New York City.
Whether it’s atheism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and so on, all make man god, instead of trusting in the Creator God of the Bible.
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