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Many secular and atheist groups mock Answers in Genesis and the Creation Museum for not being scientific. However, some of the most influential scientists past and present have been and are creationists (see below).
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A name like “Creation Research, Science Education Foundation (CRSEF)” may not capture much attention. But dinosaurs sure will.
Our creation scientists on staff as well as the ones who work with our ministry from time to time are experts in their fields and are accomplished in secular and creation science circles.
Read how one scientist received his PhD while being a creationist.
2009 marks the anniversary of the birth of one of the greatest scientists of all time.
This article is based on a recent conversation between Ken Ham (president and CEO of Answers in Genesis) and Dr. Andrew Snelling.
A new exhibit in Jerusalem gives a glimpse of documents that highlight the “religious intensity of a man many consider history’s greatest scientist.”
After a life of learning, geologist Roger Sigler has concluded that when it comes to “origins,” the Scriptures should be searched first and foremost.
How would you like to fly in an airplane produced by chance random processes—no intelligence involved?
In 1838, James M. Brown wrote a 56-page pamphlet entitled Reflections on Geology, in which he critiqued the geological views of William Buckland and John Pye Smith.
George Fairholme was an enthusiastic and competent geologist, well read in the leading geological literature of his time, British and foreign.
Samuel Best devoted his clerical life to serving the people of Abbots Ann near Andover. His great heart was for the people and he demonstrated this through the establishment of a primary school.
Ken Ham interviews Ralph DiCosimo, a New York police officer with first-hand experience of the aftermath of the horrific happenings of 11 September 2001.
AiG receives numerous requests from students wanting to know how they can train to be “creation scientists.” We usually offer the following guidelines to these enquiring minds:
This is an amazing family: four siblings who all entered university by the age of 14 or younger (one at the age of 10!).
Nicolaus Steno has been recognized as making some of the first 'truly great discoveries' in geology. His fundamental principles of geology are still routinely used to interpret sedimentary rock layer
Dr John Whitcomb was co-author, with Dr Henry Morris, of the famous 1961 book The Genesis Flood, widely regarded as launching the creationist revolution of the late twentieth century.
Sergei spoke of the vast cultural and philosophical differences between people in the former USSR and the West.
Fifteen theses are advanced, with supporting evidence, to show that the Galileo affair cannot serve as an argument for any position on the relation of religion and science.
Thomas Gisborne was a highly respected and nationally influential evangelical Anglican minister in early nineteenth century Britain.
Although numbered among the early 19th century scriptural geologists, Henry Cole was largely ignorant of the facts of geology.
A century ago, Lord Kelvin calculated an upper limit for the age of the Earth.
An evangelical Anglican pastor, George Bugg faced difficulties and controversies within the church because of his uncompromising stand on the Scriptures as ‘strictly and literally true’.
When I was interviewing Gary, I was fascinated by the thought of a Christian arresting people, and the like—so he asked me to spend a day with him.
Niles Eldredge wrote that no author who published in the Creation Research Society Quarterly “has contributed a single article to any reputable scientific journal.”
Many prominent scientists of the 16th and 17th centuries were intellectually committed to the Scriptures and to Christ.
One of the most serious fallacies of modern thought is the widespread notion that Biblical Christianity is in conflict with true science.
There is a widespread, but erroneous, view today that real scientists do not accept the truth of the Bible.