Recently, the Evangelical Press Association (EPA) announced their 2022 Award winners. Not surprisingly, with our many dedicated and excellent staff, AiG won many Higher Goals Awards and received recognition in many Awards of Excellence and Awards of Merit. Let me list them and provide a few brief comments on them.
Our Answers Research Journal (ARJ) won first place in Biblical Exposition for Dr. Terry Mortenson’s article "Theistic Evolution: A Response to Wayne Grudem."
Answers Research Journal also won second place in the Website Design category, by Editor-in-Chief Dr. Andrew Snelling and contributors Joel Leineweber, Jim Smith, Brandon Clay, Frost Smith, and Laurel Hemmings.
ARJ also won an Award of Merit in the General Digital category, by Dr. Andrew Snelling and contributors Joel Leineweber, Jim Smith, Brandon Clay, Frost Smith, Laurel Hemmings, and Brandon Clay.
Congratulations to Dr. Terry Mortenson for his first-place article, for which he has written a shorter version that will be published on Answers in Genesis’ main website next week, and also to all those involved with ARJ. As you can see, it takes a lot of talented people to make ARJ the premier online research journal (and due to credits-listing limitations, that’s not even everyone that has been and is involved now)!
Fourth place in the Blog: Website category, by author Patricia Engler and contributors Tina Henwood, Harry Sanders, Frost Smith, Troy Lacey, and Mariah Smith.
Fourth place in the Standing Column category for Answers News by author Ken Ham.
The Online Kids Answers won an Award of Excellence in the Youth Digital category by Sarah Eshleman and contributors Linda Sauer, Avery Foley, Harry Sanders, Karina Altman, and Frost Smith (among others!).
AiG’s website won an Award of Merit in the Organizational Digital category by contributors Frost Smith, Joel Leineweber, Jim Smith, Dan Zordel, Jeremy Ham, and Ken Ham (again, among many other dedicated, excellent staff).
Congratulations to all those involved with the many content pieces on our website! We typically run an article and at least one (but usually several) blog(s) daily.
Our very own Answers Magazine won several awards, including three first-place awards, a second place, and several third, fourth, and fifth place awards, as well as several Awards of Excellence and Awards of Merit.
First place in the Infographics category for the article “Yellowstone—Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?” for graphic artistry, by Dan Stelzer and Chris Neville.
First place in the Feature Article category for the article “Out for Blood!,” by Dr. Matthew E. Ingle with contributors Editor-in-Chief Sarah Eshleman, Dan Stelzer, and Chris Neville.
First place in the Titles category for the articles “Out for Blood!,” “Coral Reefs: The World Beneath the Waves,” and “Wildfires: Cause for Alarm?,” by authors Dr. Matthew Ingle, Dr. Gordon Wilson, and Sarah Eshleman.
Second place in the Feature Article category for the Kids Answers article “Journey Back to Bethlehem,” by author Kaitlyn Iocco, with contributors Sarah Eshleman, Dan Stelzer, and Chris Neville.
Third place in the Original Art: Digital/Mixed Media category for “A Flood of Arsenic,” by artist Chris Neville.
Third place in the Original Art: Traditional category for “Platypus: One of a Kind,” by artist Wesley Meritt.
Third place in the Publication Design category, by artists Dan Stelzer and Chris Neville.
Fourth place in the Fiction category for the Kid’s Answers article “Wanders in Creation: Danger in the Yukon,” by author Dustin Brady.
Fourth place in the Department category for Creation on Display, by contributors Troy Lacey, John UpChurch, Micah Bowman, Joel Ebert, and Kaitlyn Iocco.
Fifth place in the Two-Page Spread Design category for the article “Out for Blood!,” by artists Dan Stelzer and Chris Neville.
Fifth place in the Cover category for the article “Fearfully and Wonderfully Made: The Anatomy of an Exhibit,” by artists Dan Stelzer and Chris Neville.
Kids Answers Magazine won an Award of Excellence in the Youth Print category, by Editor-in-Chief Sarah Eshleman and contributors Dale Mason, Dan Stelzer, Chris Neville, and Kaitlyn Iocco
Kids Answers Magazine won an Award of Merit in the General Print category, by Sarah Eshleman and contributors Dale Mason, Dan Stelzer, Chris Neville, Kaitlyn Iocco.
As can be seen from the above list, Answers Magazine continues to be a multiple award-winning publication. It is run by devoted and hardworking leadership, staffed by talented artists, graphic designers, and writers, and has numerous contributing authors and reviewers dedicated to providing the reader with quality articles on the biblical creation worldview and apologetics, along with jaw-dropping visuals. Congratulations to all involved in making Answers Magazine the best biblical-worldview magazine for the whole family!
You can find thousands of faith-building articles at our award-winning websites Answers Research Journal, Kids Answers, and AnswersinGenesis.org, where you can also subscribe to our award-winning magazines, Answers and Kids Answers, available in both print and digital format.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.