For two and a half years now, we’ve been airing a live news show, Answers News, from here at the Creation Museum in Northern Kentucky. What began with three co-hosts in our tiny recording studio has turned into a show with six co-hosts (rotating each episode), along with several recurring guests, on the stage in Legacy Hall at the Creation Museum before a live studio audience. Answers News has aired twice a week since its inception, but we’ve recently announced that beginning in August, we are switching to one episode a week—but don’t worry, it’s not bad news because it will allow us time to do additional ministry!
Switching to one episode a week will allow us to live-stream other presentations and special events both at the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter.
We are switching to one episode a week, every Monday at 2 p.m. (ET), to free up our speakers to be able to speak at the Answers Center at the Ark Encounter in the afternoon. (Due to time constraints, a speaker scheduled for Answers News at the museum can’t speak at the Ark the same day—there’s some drive-time between the two attractions.) We’re excited to have two auditoriums full of people to speak to, but it does create scheduling conflicts we simply didn’t have two and a half years ago before the Answers Center opened. It’s a good problem to have!
But here’s the good news! Switching to one episode a week will allow us to live-stream other presentations and special events both at the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter. So make sure you are following my Facebook page, the Answers in Genesis Facebook page, or subscribe to our YouTube channel to make sure you don’t miss anything (you can find all previous Answers News episodes archived on our YouTube channel). Lots more live programming is coming!
Be sure to join us every Monday at 2 p.m. (ET) for Answers News, hosted by a combination of three of the following: Dr. Georgia Purdom, Bodie Hodge, Bryan Osborne, Dr. Gabriela Haynes, Avery Foley, or me.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.