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Stacia has worked full time for Answers in Genesis (USA) since 1997. She coauthored the “Answers for Kids” section in Answers magazine for several years and has written or coauthored a number of articles for Answers and the AiG website. She has a BS in biology and a BA in psychology from Clearwater Christian College.
Stacia has conducted hands-on workshops for young children around the United States for several years and has written curricula (Beginnings, The Seven C’s of History) and workbooks for elementary-aged children and adults. Stacia has written for The Godly Business Woman and Evangelizing Today’s Child and has researched and written copy for several Bible-themed calendars.
For over two years, visitors to answersingenesis.org have enjoyed a laugh (and received biblically sound teaching) on Mondays when a new After Eden debuts.
AiG receives numerous requests from students wanting to know how they can train to be “creation scientists.” We usually offer the following guidelines to these enquiring minds:
Whichever school and desired field of study you choose, keep in mind that the facts (or “evidence”) you hear about do not speak for themselves.
Jefferson High School (in Indiana, USA) has a penchant for making the news.
Answers in Genesis had been searching for some way to minister to the over one billion people who speak Chinese.
Science standards for Pennsylvania schools that have been three years in the works were finally approved by the state Board of Education on 13 July, 2001, but not before generating much controversy.
Working at Answers in Genesis provides our staff with many opportunities for sharing the truth of God’s Word — both on the job and ‘off the clock.’
Many people continue to question our all-knowing God when He says He created in six normal-length days and rested on the seventh.
In many church settings, Bible stories are taught as just that—stories, nice accounts that, although they may have a moral message, have no real bearing on the world around us.
Whether by email, regular mail, phone call, or speaking engagement, there are several questions Answers in Genesis can predict will be asked at some point.
If we re-interpret God’s Word in Genesis to fit man’s fallible opinion, it would be consistent to apply this hermeneutic elsewhere—even Christ’s Resurrection.