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If evolution was really true and all the scientific evidence confirmed it, why won’t this evolutionist defend his views in a formal public debate?
In an interview prior to the Ham-Nye debate, Dr. Terry Mortenson engaged the question “Is teaching creation to children harmful to them and to our society?”
Charles Darwin’s anti-biblical, naturalistic worldview assumptions controlled his interpretations of what he saw in the world
Last week in Bolivia, AiG held some very full days of presenting creation apologetics talks in the city of Santa Cruz.
Dr. Terry Mortenson, AiG-U.S., responds to a recent blog post by Dr. Peter Enns that strongly accused Ken Ham of teaching obvious error and misleading Christians.
Can the evolutionist view of the history of natural evil be harmonized with the Bible’s apparent teaching that all of this evil is the consequence of the Fall?
Nobody should minimize the danger of errors, especially when we teach error to others.
About 8–12 times per month I give a lecture in the museum for guests who want to hear it. On Saturday I gave one of my most common talks, “Is Genesis Relevant
At the core of evangelical churches is an aversion to human authorities who presume to rule over God’s Word.
Friends, This past weekend, I spoke eight times in Rockford, Illinois. We had about 60 at the middle school for a church plant outreach on Saturday night.
Friends, I recently returned from a very busy 17-day trip (January 13–30) to Russia and Albania, speaking on creation (almost always through a
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