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A textbook disclaimer that evolution is ‘a theory, not a fact’ will go to trial, a US federal judge has ruled in Georgia.
Tom Vail’s beautiful new book made worldwide headlines earlier this year when the US National Park Service considered banning it from park bookstores.
It seemed like an impossible task, but the Creation Museum team has finally located them—Methuselah’s hands.
Robert Jensen is one of these rare photographers whose child-like wonder at God’s world has never left him.
AiG believes that all students, whether studying at home, private school or secular government schools, should learn the details about evolution. We simply argue that they should get the whole truth.
The anniversary of Roe v. Wade is a troubling reminder that abortion is still legal in America.
What provoked the presidents of seven geological societies to write a letter of protest to the superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park?
Missions to the surface of Mars have been plagued with problems.
Ernst Mayr, once called ‘the world’s greatest living evolutionary biologist,’ has lost little of his fire. His comments are instructive for Christians concerned about the battle for biblical authority
‘Do you believe in cavemen?’ Sceptics think ‘gotcha!’ when they ask this question. They might know the Bible says that Adam’s descendants built great cities, but their ‘evidence’ shows otherwise.
Later this week, BBC–TV will run a documentary on the Piltdown apeman, ‘the greatest hoax of the 20th century.’
Across America and the rest of the world, evolution is solidifying its position in the halls and classrooms of government schools.
It’s amazing how many assumptions lie behind evolutionists’ efforts to reconstruct the past based on skimpy evidence that exists only in the present.
In spite of efforts to prevent outsiders from telling the Texas Board of Education how to teach biology and evolution, the finger of outsiders was evident throughout the hearing proceedings.
Are creationist barbarians storming the gates of the United Kingdom? The BBC would like you to think so, but the real story is not so dramatic.
Before AiG holds a major regional conference, we hold a Christian Leaders Meeting (CLM) to share our burden with local pastors, and many pastors are beginning to catch the vision!
Excuse-making. It’s a terrible “disease.” But Louise E., who is nearing her 90th birthday, isn’t making excuses.
The origin of clothes is only a mystery if one rejects the written record of God’s Word.
For over thirty years, three bronze plaques at Grand Canyon have displayed brief quotes from the Psalms. However, last week US Park Service officials decided that the plaques had to go.
Dr Don DeYoung, professor of physics at Grace College, is featured in the spring issue of Grace Magazine for ‘raising the bar’ at his college campus—and worldwide.
Sheila Richardson’s love for God’s Word is infectious. After hearing her story, it’s easy to see why she’s so excited about her role in writing the Genesis 1 & 2 curriculum for Precept Ministries
AiG has a unique opportunity to reach people from all over the world at one time—and we’d like you to join us! How is this possible?
The Lutheran Church in Denmark is not sure what to do with a pastor who has gone public with his atheism.
Building on the popularity of walking with Dinosaurs (1999) and Walking with Beasts (2001), BBC and Discovery Channel have co-produced yet another evolutionary propaganda piece—Walking with Cavemen.
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