At AiG, we have a team of people, led by my brother Steve Ham, involved in “supporting the global mission of the church by equipping Christians around the world in Creation apologetics and evangelism." This means we are involved in making sure many of our books and videos are translated into various languages. It’s amazing (and thrilling) to now have special contacts that make this possible in countries worldwide.
You can find out more about AiG’s international ministry on the Answers in Genesis website:
Ever since the confusion of languages at the Tower of Babel, there has been a great need to shine the glory of God to all the families of the world. Following the confusion of languages and the dispersion of humanity from one place, God instructed Abraham that in him all the families of the earth shall be blessed. This great blessing gained its fulfillment in the message of Jesus, who is the great blessing for His sheep of every tribe, tongue, and nation (Matthew 28:18–20; Acts 1:8). Christ has commanded His church to take His glorious good news throughout this world. The international ministry exists as part of the wider AiG team to equip the church for this great task, specifically in a contemporary scientific age of biblical skepticism.
It seems that no matter where we go around the world, people have the same basic questions about the truth of God’s Word. We want to equip others with answers to combat the attacks on God’s Word in this very evolutionized era, so they can be effective in removing these barriers and effectively proclaiming the gospel. To help with this, we offer resources in various languages such as Spanish, French, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese!
We also host apologetics-based creation conferences around the world, including upcoming conferences in places like England, Lima, San Salvador, and Mexico. You can find out more about these conferences in the outreach section of our website.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.