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Atheists believe that religion should be kept out of public places. But what if atheistic humanism is a religion, too?
The Ark and Creation Museum offer an opportunity to give students exposure to a different point of view that is largely censored from most public schools.
Whether it’s atheism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and so on, all make man god, instead of trusting in the Creator God of the Bible.
Answers in Genesis, developer of the Ark Encounter theme park in Northern Kentucky, is filing a religious freedom lawsuit for unlawful viewpoint discrimination.
Despite our best efforts to dispel many myths currently swirling about our future full-size Noah’s Ark, we continue to reply to misinformed critics.
Many secularists seek to undermine the Ark project by spreading myths about the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum. The truth is contrary to their claims.
The myth that the Ark will be constructed with funds taken from the Kentucky budget (and presumably away from needed state programs) is rampant.
Many media outlets continue to spread false information about AiG.
Critics have put forward creative but erroneous conjectures about the upcoming debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham.
On the anniversary of his death twenty years ago today, it is appropriate to examine Norman Vincent Peale’s legacy and to summarize the influence he has had on the church.
A bizarre petition has been recently posted to a White House website that calls on President Obama to ban creation and intelligent design from schools.
A Christian K–12 school in South Carolina, with dedicated and highly qualified Christian teachers, has come under vicious attack by atheists.
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