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I am excited to announce that this coming November I will be speaking at the Contending for Creation conference, hosted by our sister organization AiG–UK, in the Republic of Ireland. The apologetics conference will take place at Athlone Springs Hotel in County Westmeath, November 2–3, 2018.
Atheist Richard Dawkins is well-known for stirring the pot over at Twitter with his inflammatory tweets. He usually gets a largely negative reaction, with people alarmed or disgusted by what he says. And that’s the case yet again with his latest tweet, “Could we overcome our taboo against cannibalism?”
October 9–11, 2018, we’re taking back the Bible’s clarity with our annual Answers for Pastors and Christian Leaders’ conference. Our 2018 theme here at AiG has been “Taking Back the Bible’s Clarity” because we’re concerned about a philosophy we’re seeing grow in popularity, especially in seminaries.
Examples of adaptation, speciation, and natural selection are used as evidence for molecules-to-man evolution—but they’re not! What they show are examples of what God’s Word teaches—everything reproduces according to their kinds. And, according to a new study, ravens produce—you guessed it—ravens!
We’re excited to announce that Answers in Genesis received first place for homeschooling materials as a whole in the creation science/intelligent design category of the Practical Homeschooling Reader Awards. We also received an honorable mention in the elementary science category for our series God’s Design for Science.
Did you know that all around the world there are over 300 different legends that testify to the exact same historical event? Though each story is somewhat different, the basic memory of the event is the same, and even some of the minor details are the same. I’m referring to the global Flood of Noah’s day.
It seems that every other month there’s another article about a new moon-formation hypothesis. The newest model suggests that 4.5 billion years ago something collided with earth, causing it to mushroom out into a “seething, spinning cloud of vaporised rock that resembled a squished jelly doughnut.”
The Presbyterian Church (USA), a very liberal denomination that allows for same-sex weddings, is updating their Book of Common Worship, a voluntary worship resource, to feature “inclusive language” for weddings. One of the coeditors says this change is a direct response to the church allowing for same-sex weddings.
Are you looking to plan an unforgettable trip for your youth or school group? Well, look no farther than a trip to see the world-class Creation Museum and Ark Encounter attractions. Your group can spend a night at the museum or inside the full-size Noah’s Ark with our Overnight Adventures program.
Archaeologists digging in the city of Jerusalem have made an exciting discovery—a 2,700-year-old clay seal bearing the name Isaiah. While they can’t prove the seal is referencing the biblical prophet, they believe it could be the first extra-biblical evidence for this major figure in biblical history.
In a time when the rainbow is being used to promote a sinful lifestyle, we need to teach our children about the rainbow’s real meaning and point them toward the mercy of our Savior. To help you spark these conversations, we now offer several rainbow-themed resources you may find helpful.
In just a few weeks, I’m headed down to Nashville, Tennessee, to speak at Teach Them Diligently, a homeschool conference that takes place throughout the year in several major cities around the United States. The Nashville conference, March 8–10, 2018, will offer something for everyone in the family.