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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 CLM (Christian Leaders Meeting) 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.
After Ken Ham announced a unique ‘gravestone’ evangelism effort, AiG-US got more letters and comments than possibly anything else he’s ever sent out.
Last year the State of Ohio, USA, took center stage in a national battle over evolution in state schools.
Last year, researchers reported evidence of microbes in the upper stratosphere, and recent tests have apparently confirmed their discovery. Exciting news—the discovery of life in space—but one questio
What do you say to help survivors of a horrific tragedy? Pastor Gino has recently faced this tough question, not once but twice.
Their hearts—and minds—were ‘filled to overflowing,’ as nearly 800 guests loaded up their cars and buses and began to scatter to the four winds from AiG’s Creation 2003 Conference.
Who ever said that science journals are just for highly trained Ph.D. scientists? That’s certainly not the case with TJ—the in-depth Journal of Creation.
The latest issue of Archaeology (May–June 2003) slams ‘Pseudoscience in Cyberspace’ and puts AiG at the top of its list of pseudoarchaeological’ sites.
Conferences worldwide are celebrating a landmark in 20th century science—the 50th anniversary of Watson and Crick’s discovery of DNA’s structure.
The concept of human “races” is an illusion, and the racism that's tearing apart our world is based on a lie.
'Do you realise our DNA is 98.5% identical?’ These are the words in an advertisement for the first-class stamp in a new series called ‘The secret of life,’ released by Royal Mail (UK).
In ‘Digital analysis: manual dexterity in Neanderthals,’ Nature magazine (27 March 2003) exposes yet another false assumption about these mysterious people.
Under a barrage of attacks from creationists, Scientific American has published a 10-page cover story admitting the need to abandon old dogmas about dinosaur-to-bird evolution. They just don’t work.
Dr Michael Dini, professor of biology at Texas Tech University (Lubbock, Texas), makes no secret about his disdain for creationists.
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