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Discerning viewers of Sunday evening’s 60 Minutes program about a remarkably preserved dinosaur bone should have noticed something missing.
A new NOVA series claims to uncover human origins, but as Mark Looy points out, the series relies more on speculation and imagination than fact.
PBS TV in America is proclaiming that due to “an explosion of recent discoveries [that shed] light on . . . our hominid relatives,” it’s time to broadcast another documentary on human evolution.
In the Lone Star State this week, the science curriculum has been “messed with” by evolutionists in what has become the latest battle in the creation/evolution wars in America.
A special exhibition on racism and the “races” is traveling across America. While interesting, there some glaring oversights included.
The popular culture is infused with beliefs contrary to the Book of Genesis (and the Bible in general), and it’s not just the high-profile debate over origins that regularly plays out in society.
In 2009, Darwin’s psychophants will be hyping their hero, even in churches. But AiG has a host of conferences planned that will deflate the evolutionary zeal.
A simple business relationship between two popular attractions in the Cincinnati area has turned into a national controversy.
Dinosaurs are great tools for teaching the history of the earth. But at the Walking with Dinosaurs show, all you’ll find is evolutionary indoctrination.
Ken Ham takes on a compromising Christian professor on the reliability of Genesis and the science of creation.
Gary Parker, a pioneer in creation research, will be speaking at the Creation Museum. Find out more.
A candidate for U.S. vice president has suggested debate on origins should be allowed in state-run schools. But is she really a creationist?
Federal judge upholds rights of University of California to deny course credit for Christian high school courses/texts that reject evolution.
The Creation Museum of Answers in Genesis continues to draw international media coverage 11 months on—some, however, continues to rehash false arguments.
The state of Texas denied a creation graduate school’s application to have its master's degree program approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB).
Expelled brings to light the ruthlessness committed by evolutionists as they expel dissenters from within their midst.
A review of the new documentary Expelled.
Two of the better-known challengers of the evolutionary belief system met in Nashville, Tennessee, on Tuesday to discuss ways that the upcoming movie Expelled can have a major impact.
While we don’t wish to come across as ungrateful over the blessing of such wide coverage, we did find it somewhat frustrating at times.
A recent weekend supplement of Australia’s leading newspaper featured a balanced piece on the Creation Museum.
Only four days into the new year, leading evolutionists have published a new book in an effort to keep creationist ideas out of the public school classroom.
The highlights of the media year of 2007.
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