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It was fifty years ago on February 20, 1961, that the first copies of the now-classic book The Genesis Flood were shipped.
We look back on appreciation for Paul’s talent and ministry that will continue inside the museum.
The false idea keeps spreading that Ark Encounter will take tax-payer money and be a drain on Kentucky’s state treasury. We have submitted several guest columns to tell the real story.
The two major newspapers in our state have been quite hostile toward the Ark Encounter and its goal of bringing parts of the Bible to life and presenting these biblical events as true history.
It’s regrettable that some journalists, intentionally or not, have left readers and viewers with a totally wrong impression about the state’s involvement with the Ark Encounter.
The Ark Encounter is scheduled to be featured on ABC–TV’s newscast sometime soon, possibly tonight.
As God has blessed the Answers in Genesis ministry, we have been encouraged to see a tremendous amount of media coverage highlighting the biblical truths AiG proclaims through various outreaches.
Mark Looy, AiG–U.S., summarizes the new TV documentary, God in America by PBS.
The current edition of World magazine includes an article by the editor-in-chief encouraging Christians to rethink how they view Creation and the Flood.
The Institute for Creation Research's struggles with the state of Texas illustrate the continual slide away from the biblical foundation of our country.
When the museum is grossly misrepresented on a prominent website, it prompts us to respond quickly with a public rebuttal like this one.
Your pastor needs spiritual refreshment, and we have the place for him to go just for that.
Today’s announcement in the journal “Science” of an alleged new hominid species is drawing the attention of the world’s media.
The tension between evolution and religion as it played out in the Darwin household is dramatized in a new film—Creation. Mark Looy, AiG–U.S., examines the new movie.
ABC-TV’s Nightline will include Ken Ham and the Creation Museum to discuss the new movie Creation that releases Friday in the U.S.
On Tuesday, the island nation of Haiti—already a desperately poor nation—was devastated by a major earthquake.
Last month, an atheist leader told our local newspaper, the Cincinnati Enquirer, that our Creation Museum promotes “child abuse” and even “terrorism.”
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.
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