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A recent article in The New York Times argues that if your child is lying to you, that’s a good thing! So why would you want your child to lie to you?
In just one minute, Answers with Ken Ham covers an item relating to science and the Bible, biblical authority, or a hot-button issue in our culture.
It’s hard to find STEM resources that affirm the truth of God’s Word. That’s why we’re thrilled about a creation apologetics STEM camp, Camp Infinity.
I heard from parents in Arizona who loved these alternate lyrics to a popular children’s song and have taught them to their “shades of brown” family.
Indy 500 racecar driver Conor Daly is one of our many supporters here at Answers in Genesis. This season, you can watch him competing on The Amazing Race.
Earlier this year a school district in Nevada changed their policy and no longer allows any fliers that “promote a religious opinion/belief.”
Apparently a gay couple is calling for a reverend in the Church of England to step down after he “refused to bless their marriage at their local church.”
A recent study found that when adults and babies make eye contact, their brain waves actually fall in sync, giving them shared patterns of brain activity.
This year we’ve added even more to the Creation Museum calendar with our Explore Days series, featuring a full-day workshop every month.
The Satellite Bible Atlas brings the pages of the Old Testament to life, showing where different places are mixed with historical and cultural context.
Jessica Bond's article in New Scientist argues that we’re not very good at monogamy, so it may be time to make “consensual non-monogamous” relationships.
A woman in Tennessee gave birth recently to Emma, a baby girl who was frozen as an embryo in 1992—when the woman who gave birth to her was just a toddler.
It’s sad, but not surprising, that only 15% of Americans are actually evangelicals—meaning they hold to the basic biblical and historic Christian doctrines.
Mark Thesken of TheskenArt will be this year’s entertainment at the Creation Museum’s annual An Evening to Remember event.
If you would like to spread the message of biblical authority and the gospel, consider a job in our AiG office or at one of our world-class attractions.
Here are a few things coming up in this new year with our ministry. We ask that you please be praying for these endeavors.
A Bible study book is now available to turn the documentary, Is Genesis History?, into a study of the first 11 chapters of Genesis.
Kevin Landis, pastor of Bible Chapel of Delhi Hills, published a response to pastors who endorsed a student-led high school Gay-Straight Alliance Club.
To help you read through all of God’s Word in just one year, we have a new resource, The 10 Minute Bible Journey, with a special bookmark.
Subscribers to our award-winning Answers magazine, start checking your mailbox because the latest issue of this popular publication is on its way.
On December 27, 1993, our attorney filed articles of incorporation, signaling the beginning of the organization that was later named Answers in Genesis.
I wanted to let you know there’s still time to take advantage of an end-of-year matching-gift blessing for “Operation Upgrade” at the Creation Museum.
Merry Christmas to you and your family from all of us here at the Creation Museum, Ark Encounter, and Answers in Genesis.
“The Jam Man” (or “Mr. Jalapeno”), Nolan Stilwell, who visited the world-class Creation Museum last month, is an expert on mixing sweet and spicy flavors.
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