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We’ve had the privilege of holding hundreds of exciting, life-changing teaching meetings in 11 years at AiG. But none has equaled the impact of what we saw at our conference in July 2005.
With the passing of the chief justice of the US Supreme Court William Rehnquist, Judge Roberts awaits being sworn in as Chief Justice.
The alleged evolutionary history of whales continues to be a hotly debated topic in the current creation/evolution controversy, despite what some evolutionists are saying.
As a visible way to buttress evolutionary claims, the London Zoo has the three men and five women displayed next to (but separated by a fence) their "primate relatives".
AiG reviews the history channel TV documentary "Ape to Man."
Here is a point-by-point response to a letter to the editor that appeared on May 3, 2005 in AiG–USA’s hometown newspaper "The Cincinnati Post".
Jon Campbell, president of Ambassador Advertising Agency, went to be with the Lord on June 22.
Dr. Wolfe declared to the TV audience, “To teach kids that creationism explains something about the world is no different than teaching them that the earth is flat.”
Harold "Alex" Alexander died in Anchorage, Alaska, USA on March 31.
Why did a 16-year-old Minnesota student go on a shooting spree and cause the deadliest school shooting in the USA in six years?
Some IMAX movie theaters in the US are apparently choosing not to carry films that promote evolutionary ideas.
What sort of God would allow mass murder—the systematic extermination of at least six million Jews and millions of others—to happen?
Comments on the Time article article about efforts across the US to expose public school students to the grave scientific problems with molecules-to-man evolution.
AiG has been following the efforts of leading evolutionists to ban the creationist photo-essay book Grand Canyon: A Different View from the bookstores at Grand Canyon National Park.
AiG-USA's newest scientist, astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle, appeared in his first live TV program yesterday … and it was a significant one.
Actually, Duane had sent me the AARP magazine because one of its articles attempted to present an evolutionary explanation of why racism exists all over the globe.
One of the world’s most-visited religious websites—www.AnswersInGenesis.org—had over one million visits last month.
Several skirmishes are being fought across the United States over the teaching of origins in public school science classes.
Ralph ‘Chip’ Vater, an AiG supporter who was always ready and generous of his time when called upon to help at AiG’s Creation Museum, died earlier this week in a horrible accident at his welding shop.
On 17 December 1903, brilliant brothers Wilbur and Orville Wright accomplished what so many had only dreamed of: flying the first heavier-than-air machine.
This year’s recipient of World magazine’s ‘Daniel of the Year’ award—who is featured on the cover of its 13 December issue—is prominent anti-evolution author and speaker Phillip Johnson.
As a Christianity-defending ministry, Answers in Genesis is often engaged in dispelling widely held myths that run contrary to the teachings of Scripture, as well as good research.
After the recent SARS crisis, Canada is now in a health crisis of a different sort—the health of the God-ordained institution of marriage in the second largest country (by landmass) on earth.
When AiG first learned of the 'atheist pastor' from Denmark, we asked an AiG supporter in Denmark to find possible comments from this pastor that relate to evolution. Here we share what we found out.
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