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We wanted to have some fun at the expense of the Noah movie released last year. This film featured giant rock monsters as the ones who built most of Noah’s Ark.
UPtv’s Noah’s Ark remains close to the biblical text, yet the film still had its shortcomings when compared to the infallible record given to us in Genesis.
Much speculation has arisen about the name of our great, great . . . grandmother. What can we know of her?
While there is a straightforward answer, the issue of animal “kinds” is crucial to grasp when answering common objections concerning Noah and the Ark.
Nativity displays often have three wise men. What does the Bible reveal about these wise men? Who were they? Where were they from?
Many Christians reject the straightforward, historical reading of the Genesis creation account simply because they believe it cannot be verified by science.
The Bible is unlike any other religious book. Despite 40 authors writing from three continents over nearly two thousand years, it maintains perfect consistency.
Noah is a film filled with blasphemous representations of God and character assassinations of Noah.
Bill Nye frequently employed straw man arguments throughout the debate, particularly when he spoke about Noah, the Ark, and the Flood.
An ancient Mesopotamian clay tablet corroborates the biblical record of the Flood and Noah’s Ark.
In their latest effort, O’Reilly and Dugard attempt to write the history of the most famous person of all time, Jesus Christ.
There are some things about the Ark we simply don’t know because the Bible does not tell us.
Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., responds to a reader who believes that God may have miraculously calmed the waters around Noah’s Ark.
We know all about the serpent in the Garden of Eden and the apple he offered Eve, right? Let’s take a closer look at the actual words of Scripture.
Seek the guidance of the Great Physician, and make a wise decision with your family and doctor.
When times are great, we should praise God and thank Him for His goodness. When times are tough, we should do the same and lean completely on Him.
Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., responds to a scoffer who thinks that Noah had no knowledge about boat building.
The Ark’s one and only voyage took place over 4,300 years ago, yet this magnificent vessel still captures the imaginations of believers and unbelievers alike.
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