This issue features articles about a vegetarian spider, the design of a flying creature known as the frigatebird, the answer to why some fat is actually a good thing, fascinating scientific facts about the first wave of American immigrants, and a breathtakingly well-preserved animal that researchers call the “stony dragon.” These articles and many more will equip you and your family with biblical answers to today’s skeptical questions.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the great content now arriving in mailboxes in the United States and elsewhere.
- People, particularly athletes, often claim Philippians 4:13 to mean they can do anything because of Christ’s strength. But what does this verse really mean, and why is it relevant to biblical authority?
- A new study is redrawing the dinosaur family tree. How will this affect creationists’ beliefs?
- Stromatolites are rare reminders of a world that was destroyed at the time of Noah’s Flood. What do the living and fossil representatives of the unique stromatolite kind tell us about the pre-Flood world?
- The famous German monk Martin Luther called the church back to the authority of God’s Word 500 years ago when he sparked the Reformation. Do we need a new Reformation?
- Archaeologists are arguing over two different sites as the most likely location of the biblical city of Sodom. Which one is right?
Included with each issue of Answers magazine is a mini pullout magazine that kids absolutely love! This issue’s eight-page children’s section highlights the bird migratory hall of fame and includes fun activities and a devotional with Buddy Davis.
I encourage you to subscribe to this excellent, award-winning family magazine today. And consider getting a gift subscription for your youth pastor or a college student. It’s a great way to equip them with solid, biblical answers as they navigate the challenging world of education.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.