A National Public Radio program mentioned AiGs website. In a nationwide broadcast heard on NPR's Morning Edition program on May 3, evolutionist and arch-anti-creationist Dr. Kenneth Miller of Brown University stated (in a workshop recorded by NPR) that the AiG website is "probably the best compendium of anti-evolution information and propaganda you will find."
Listen to it at: NPR.org
AiG SPEAKER MIKE RIDDLE STIRS AMERICANS UNITED FOR THE SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE
The Associated Press reports:
A southeast Missouri high school will hold an assembly on the origins of life, despite a plea against it by a group for the separation of church and state. The group, Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, sent a letter to Potosi School District administrators Friday urging the high school not to hold an assembly Monday morning led by a religious creationist speaker. Americans United said such a presentation would violate the Constitution and highlighted court rulings to support its stance. Mike Riddle, a lecturer for the Kentucky-based Answers in Genesis (AIG) Christian ministry, is scheduled to speak to high school and middle school students on a topic billed as "Fascinating Facts About Origins"You can read the whole article at: Belleville.com
OKLAHOMA HOME SCHOOL CONFERENCE
Today I gave the first keynote address at the Oklahoma Christian Home Educators Convention in Oklahoma City (see photograph). Over 2,000 different people attend this conferencethe keynote was packed with eager participants this morning. I give another talk and two workshops on Saturday, then fly home late Saturday night. I also called in a phone blog from the exhibit floor today---please go here and take a listen.
Thanks for praying,