Answers News, our twice-weekly news commentary show, is now streaming live on YouTube! Answers News, which airs live on Facebook every Monday and Thursday at 2 p.m. (ET), usually features geneticist Dr. Georgia Purdom, engineer Bodie Hodge, and me. This show is becoming increasingly popular, and now, if you don’t have a Facebook account, you can still enjoy the show live via our Answers in Genesis YouTube channel.
On the half-hour show, we discuss and analyze a number of science and culture news items from a biblical worldview. It’s a perspective that you won’t get from Fox News, CNN, or any other news source! We don’t deal with politics per se, which is just about all you hear on the major networks these days. But we do deal with issues affecting the spiritual state of the culture that also appear in the news. We find many homeschool and Christian school groups use Answers News in their classrooms to help equip their students to read and watch the news through the lens of a biblical worldview. And it can also help you to know what’s going on in our world and how to talk about some issues with your friends and family in a way that points them back to the authority of God’s Word and the gospel.
We deal with issues affecting the spiritual state of the culture that also appear in the news.
Answers News is filmed before a live studio audience in Legacy Hall here at the Creation Museum. If you visit the museum on a Monday or Thursday, you can be part of the studio audience and perhaps even meet the hosts in a meet and greet afterwards. (Due to our schedules, we’re not always able to do a meet and greet, but we try our best to say hello and answer any questions.)
I encourage you to join us live each Monday and Thursday at 2 p.m. (ET) for Answers News on my Facebook page, the Answers in Genesis Facebook page, or our Answers in Genesis YouTube channel. And don’t forget this: if you miss an episode live, you can always catch it archived on YouTube anytime.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.