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In Romeike v. Holder, the Obama Administration presented oral arguments intended to convince a federal court to revoke the asylum granted by an immigration judge.
Dr. Duane T. Gish, one of the great defenders of the Bible’s accuracy, passed away March 6, 2013, in California at the age of 91.
A new exhibit features part of an impressive travelling exhibition of rare Bible manuscripts and artifacts from the famed Green Collection.
The book that launched Ken Ham’s international apologetics ministry and which provided much of the foundational teaching for the successful Creation Museum is being re-released this month.
With the successful on-target Mars landing of the robotic rover dubbed Curiosity, a normally staid group of engineers and scientists erupted with joy as a fruit of their labor was achieved.
When many of today’s Sunday school curricula are teaching mostly Bible stories and with little depth, the Answers Bible Curriculum will meet a tremendous need for solid Bible teaching.
In the wake of the shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, AiG reached out to our friends at Calvary Chapel Aurora this morning.
We’re familiar with many of the debates regarding Israel, but what about neighboring Jordan?
As we approach the fifth anniversary of the Creation Museum’s opening on May 28, we are being asked by some media outlets to reflect on the effectiveness of the museum.
The word evolution is such a loaded term today that it is turning off a large segment of the population. Shrewd evolutionists have been sneaking in their worldview through the back door.
Answers in Genesis has been accused of being too evangelistic and too focused on the gospel of Christ Jesus. Could we be using our resources for something better?
The culmination of our year-long celebration of this 1961 book was a day-and-a half conference held at the Creation Museum last month.
Dr. Georgia Purdom and Mark Looy review The Anointed, the new book by Drs. Karl Giberson and Randall Stephens.
Dr. John Whitcomb, was given a tribute Monday evening as the fiftieth anniversary of his book, The Genesis Flood, was celebrated at Faith Baptist Bible College and Seminary.
50 years ago, The Genesis Flood launched a worldwide movement to defend the accuracy of the Bible from the very first verse.
It’s one of the most sobering anniversaries that Americans (especially those over the age of 18) will ever commemorate—recalling the horrible terrorist acts that struck America 10 years ago today.
Candidates vying for U.S. presidency are increasingly being asked about their views on creation vs. evolution. Their beliefs about origins help shape their policy views.
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