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The federal trial, Kitzmiller et al. vs. Dover Area School District pits evolution against “intelligent design.” This trial is scheduled to end today.
So what can Christians in today’s culture do to bring about racial reconciliation?
Led by the well-known evolutionist and atheist Eugenie Scott, the National Center for Science Education claims there is no conflict between religious beliefs and evolution.
A movie review for “March of the Penguins”
Hurrican Katrina devastated much of the Gulf Coast, and Answers in Genesis asked the question, "How can we help?".
The debate over how origins should be taught in America's public school science classes takes center stage in US federal court, where intelligent design will be discussed.
An outpouring of generosity for those impacted by Hurricane Katrina has come into Answers in Genesis–USA as a work team prepares this week to take nearly 3,000 backpacks to Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
AiG outreach to those devastated by Hurricane Katrina
The Christian textbooks used in several new college-prep courses considered "too religious" to be accepted for college-entrance credit at UC.
The findings of a recent poll conducted by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press as well as the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life will add ammunition to the battle of origins.
Richard Sternberg was cast out of the prestigious Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. shortly after publishing an article.
Kansas schools are one step closer to critical analysis of evolution.
Harvard is launching a research project to study how life began.
This week's coverage includes a Time magazine cover story, "The Evolution Wars," and an evolution documentary on "ape-men" that appeared Sunday evening (August 7) on The History Channel.
President Bush's recent remarks (August 1) that endorsed public school children learning about intelligent design alongside evolution are drawing praise from some and criticism from others.
The 2005 Creation MEGA conference may be over, but for many who were there, it is just the beginning of a new chapter.
The Tulsa Park and Recreation Board voted Thursday morning (July 7) to drop the previously approved plans to add a creation exhibit at the Tulsa Zoo in Oklahoma, USA.
The Supreme Court justices ruled that each exhibit of the Ten Commandments demands scrutiny to determine whether it goes too far in promoting religion.
When dealing with the days of creation and the age of the earth, whom do Christians trust today?
The National Museum of Natural History co-sponsored the national premiere for “The Privileged Planet: The Search for Purpose in the Universe.”
Hearings closed on how origins should be taught in Kansas science classrooms.
Last week the Kansas Board of Education took center stage again with its public courtroom-style hearing on how origins is to be taught in public-school science classes.
This Sunday, May 8, the USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Italy, and others celebrate the lives of mothers on the holiday known as Mother's Day.
Over 2,000 paying attendees came to the famous Waterfront building in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to hear AiG-USA president Ken Ham speak.
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