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A research company’s experiment to clone what it declares to be the first human embryo is being strongly condemned by the Bible-proclaiming ministry of Answers in Genesis.
In 'The Mind Siege Project,' eight teens on a boat are given lessons in 'tolerance' and 'diversity' by an instructor who won't tolerate one of the students reading her Bible in front of the others.
Once again the debate over the death penalty has become a major point of discussion in the United States and beyond.
It was a wonderful, yes, exhilarating time of celebration as we fellowshipped with the 600-plus AiG supporters who gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony at the site of AiG's future Creation Museum.
The Cincinnati Post printed an editorial on February 19 that praised the state of Kansas for adopting new pro-evolution science standards for its public schools.
Because the film by Kubrick differs from the novel by Clarke, we have chosen to review the film in its own context.
One of the most enigmatic movies produced in the last century was the late Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’
Answers in Genesis had heard that the title of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s latest film The 6th Day was taken from Genesis 1:31.
The “Intelligent Design” movement is led by scholars who argue that the design of living systems—and even the nonliving elements of the universe—suggest a Designer.
You don’t have to be a Bible-believing Christian any more to recognize that the “big bang” theory is an illogical and poor scientific explanation for the origin of our universe.
A new nationwide poll has revealed that most Americans believe that creation should be taught in public schools.
AiG’s many outreaches that uphold the reliability of the Bible from its very first verse were profiled on the CNN-TV newsmagazine CNN and Time on Sunday evening March 12.
A new nationwide poll has revealed that 79% of Americans believe that creation should be taught in its public schools.
Now that the appeal judge has ruled that the rezoning of land for a Creation Museum was properly conducted by Boone County, AiG is intensifying its efforts to develop a master plan for the site
For the past few days, the conservative Bible college had been under intense scrutiny and criticism by the mainstream press.
The Cincinnati Post on January 22 spotlighted AiG with a balanced and well-written article that explored how the various outreaches of AiG are having an effect throughout the country.
Mary Looy notes Ken Ham's being given a pro-life award and gives some of the reasons for Ken being chosen for the award as well as the importance of leaving a good financial legacy.
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