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Since Answers magazine started, we have reserved a section for stories of people who actively use creation to reach others with the gospel.
Since the beginning of modern science, creationists have strived to explain our world based on the unchanging laws of our Creator.
You can see the photos, hear the stories, and read all about the Grand Canyon, but nothing compares to being there.
Quick, can you tell the difference between an African and an Asian elephant?
What do you expect to find every time you open an issue of Answers magazine?
Christians need to be equipped to address the great questions of our day regarding science and earth history. But is Sunday school the place to do this?
One way to prepare for challenges when witnessing is to imagine the hardest cases, and then solve them.
An old French essay “On Liars” contains a little gem that may help you greatly in any debate about evolution and creation.
What does it really mean to be an expert, anyway? If we can’t rely 100% on anybody, how can we speak with confidence outside the Bible?
What do people already know about the Savior, even before they hear the gospel?
Within the first three minutes of the Ken Ham vs. Bill Nye debate, it was obvious how radically the creation-evolution debate has changed since the 1970s and 1980s.
Jesus Christ and His followers were fearless when it came to proclaiming God’s Word. What gave them such boldness and self-assuredness?
The testimonies of many of these famous people were collected in a book by J. F. Weishampel, Sr., The Testimony of a Hundred Witnesses (1858), if you want to read them in their own words.
One of the most amazing testimonies to Scripture’s truth is its preservation over thousands of years despite sometimes intense efforts to destroy it.
Natural history museums store some of earth’s greatest treasures.
Far from being an oddity, living fossils are found throughout the fossil layers.
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