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This year we are offering Explore Days for grades 4–12 at the Creation Museum. These are all-day workshops devoted to one particular branch of science, such as forensics, botany, astronomy, and genetics. Each one is filled with hands-on activities as well as teaching on science and the biblical worldview.
Late last year, the powerful film Genesis: Paradise Lost was shown in hundreds of theaters across America. And now it’s being released on DVD and 3D Blu-ray. If you missed seeing it in theaters, want to see it again, or have friends or family you want to share it with, you can preorder it today.
According to a female rabbi and professor, Eve was the first victim of #MeToo, the recent movement to raise awareness of sexual harassment and assault. Her article is ridiculous and so obviously false that it’s hardly worth commenting on, but it’s an example of what happens when God’s Word is no longer the authority.
Do you have your tickets to see Is Genesis History? in movie theaters for the anniversary showing on February 22, 2018? Enjoy a documentary that affirms God’s Word as truth, as well as a brand-new bonus feature—a tour of the Ark Encounter with the film’s host, Del Tackett, and three Wheaton College students.
Want a women’s conference filled with meat from God’s Word and practical answers you can put to use in your day-to-day life? Join us in Northern Kentucky for Answers for Women, April 6–7, 2018. This year’s theme is very relevant for the day we live in—Life: Contending for Life from Beginning to End.
Today is “Evolution Sunday,” the final day of “Evolution Weekend,” which is celebrated near Charles Darwin’s birthday, as an attempt to encourage churches to preach Darwin from the pulpit. It began in 2006 to promote evolution and convince people belief in God is compatible with evolution.
The Associated Press has been syndicating a news article around the country on the UCO cancellation, appearing in countless newspapers and websites. The AP piece essentially suggests that the university was free to bump me because it was under no contractual obligation to hold my talk on its campus.
Wildlife documentaries are a great way to see incredible creatures you might otherwise never see, but rarely do documentaries give credit to the One who created all things. That’s why we’re thrilled to promote a stunning new nature documentary, The Riot and the Dance, featuring biologist Dr. Gordon Wilson.
Free speech and the free exercise of religion (more specifically, the free exercise of Christianity) are under attack throughout the West. Another squashing of free speech took place at the University of Central Oklahoma when my contract to speak was torn up because the LGBT group on campus complained.
Though it’s been a year and a half since we opened the Ark Encounter, media from around the world are still requesting interviews about this world-class attraction. A brand-new Christian men’s magazine in New Zealand, Authentic, recently featured a great three-page spread about the Ark Encounter.
I recently spoke before hundreds of families, including at special sessions for teenagers and children, at First Baptist Indian Trail in North Carolina. After the conference, the pastor, Mike Whitson, said, “In my 35 years of pastoring, no single event has ever had the impact that this conference did.”
A Christian university in Chicago suspended a campus pastor after she officiated a same-sex wedding for a former student. The suspended pastor stated “that she was fully aware that she was breaking one of the ethical guidelines for clergy when she went ahead with the ceremony, but said that she stands by her decision.”
As a special anniversary event, the fantastic and very popular documentary Is Genesis History? is coming back to American movie theaters for one night only, February 22, 2018, with some brand-new, never-before-seen content. Visit IsGenesisHistory.com to find one of the theaters showing the encore.