How do creationists respond to evolutionists who tout “evolution actually works” with the newest dinosaur find?
It was the greatest evil in the world during its time: the British slave trade of the late 1700s and early 1800s.
AiG had been tracking the efforts of anti-creationists in America who have been trying to ban a book from National Park Service bookstores.
The passing of a great defender of the Christian faith, Dr. Henry Morris, has closed a long chapter in the history of the fight over biblical authority and accuracy.
Hearing the false claim is like the proverbial water running off a duck’s back: AiG is leading the effort to get creation into schools.
Inherit the Wind has probably done more to undermine biblical authority and accuracy than any other film in history.
A camera on the Hubble Space Telescope has recently captured remarkable images of a comet breaking apart. This event has something important to say about the age of the solar system.
The secular press has been buzzing over a report that a fossil had been found in the Arctic that supposedly proves that land animals evolved from fish.
No story related to human evolution has drawn as much press in recent times as the account of family members in Turkey who walk hunched over, using their hands as well as feet to ambulate.
The Field Museum in Chicago is the newest battlefront in the ever-growing creation/evolution controversy over what to truly believe about life’s origins.
A tribute and memoriam for Dr. Henry Morris, Founder and President Emeritus, Institute for Creation Research.
Some evolutionists raised the specter of court action in Ohio if the State School Board did not remove a guideline allowing critical analysis of evolution.
One of the sidebar stories to the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, is the famous relic, the Shroud of Turin, which is stored in a cathedral in this northern Italian city.
This Sunday, over 400 congregations in 49 states in the USA will participate in “Evolution Sunday.”
Gordon Franz, a Bible teacher, recently visited the large new Darwin exhibition on the third floor of the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City.
Devoted followers at the American Museum of Natural History have "resurrected" the man who popularized evolution, Charles Darwin.
A guest columnist for the Cincinnati Enquirer claimed there is “an infinitesimally small number of biologists” who believe in creation or intelligent design.
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