A young man who earned his Eagle Scout last year is making headlines. He's been told that he must leave the Boy Scouts of America unless he renounces his atheism.
The Ohio state school board voted in favor of an ‘intent’ to pass new science standards.
The board that oversees education in Cobb County, Georgia, USA, took a major test last Thursday, 26 September 2002.
A fight has been brewing for months about the proper teaching of evolution in Cobb County, the second-largest school district in Georgia, USA.
September 11 is a solemn reminder about our need to pray for one another in our efforts to give real answers to a troubled nation.
The curriculum debate is coming to a head in Ohio, USA. Will it become the first State in the nation to let teachers ‘teach the controversy’ about evolution?
David and Doreen Hart have hit the tracks of the remote Australian Outback to spread the message of the Creator/Redeemer.
The governors of the BBC received a letter of protest, signed by more than 100 civic leaders denouncing BBC for “discrimination against the non-religious.”
Patrick Henry College has been denied accreditation simply because it requires biology teachers to teach that Creation took place in six 24-hour days.
A specialist in ‘molecular evolution’ says that he has successfully mimicked natural evolution in his laboratory.
You’ve probably come across the expression ‘molecules-to-man’ evolution, or ‘goo-to-you’ evolution, or some similar expression.
It’s easy to be confused by the word ‘conservative’ in the title Conservative Judaism.
From Prime Minister Tony Blair to schoolboys in Leicester, it seems everyone’s talking about Ken Ham’s recent meetings in the United Kingdom.
Ohio panel discussion is getting alot of internation attention
Several 'popular errors' have found their way into the March 2002 issue of Scientific American, in a spiteful article 'Down with evolution!'-creationists are changing state educational standards.
Skirmishes continue to break out in the US over science education in public schools.
Yet another poll indicates that Americans believe creation should be included in US public school classrooms.
The latest issue of National Geographic features a cover story with an intriguing title: “Evolution of Dogs: Wolf to Woof.”
After months of debate, the U.S. Congress has passed a massive, 1,000-page education bill, promising that “no child will be left behind.”
The magazine Popular Science often jazzes up evolutionary ‘science’ to appeal to a broad audience.
Just this past week, the Lord brought Diego, a volunteer translator who lives in distant Colombia, to the doors of AiG-US in Northern Kentucky.
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