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The increasing anti-Christian attacks in America should be a warning to the church that the chasm is widening between what is Christian and what is not in this nation. If those who are on God’s side stand their ground on His Word without compromise, then they may face persecution in various forms.
My challenge to all of us is this: are we all prepared to be the Christian “heroes” God wants us to be, and stand our ground, regardless of how the culture may mock and attack us.
Scientists’ religious views are not reflective of the public’s. While 83 percent of the public believe in God, only 33 percent of scientists do. Only 17 percent of the public consider themselves atheist, agnostic, or “nothing in particular,” compared to 48 percent of scientists.
Protestant nations are losing their biblical foundation and have more in common with the pagan Athenians of Acts 17 than the Jews of Acts 2. As Christians engage a variety of culture and ethnic groups unfamiliar with Old Testament history, evangelism in these nations is not as straightforward as it once was.
The once-solid Christian foundations of America are swiftly crumbling to the ground as we move away from God’s Word and plant ourselves on man’s word.
New legislation in France erases the words mother and father from school forms, instead replacing them with the terms parent 1 and parent 2.
The American Atheists are holding an anti-Christian convention in Cincinnati in April. Join us for AiG's Easter conference: Answering Atheists.
"You don’t owe others comfort. You owe yourself a life of integrity . . . lived on your own terms.” This represents where the culture as a whole is heading.
Todd Friel, host of Wretched TV and Radio, interviews Ken Ham on the 25th Anniversary of Answers in Genesis.
One reason young adults are leaving the church is that they don’t understand the Old Testament. What can we do to help them?
God expects us to do the best we can with what he has entrusted us with, to engage in the business of the King (the King of Kings) until he returns.
Has the gospel changed? No, it hasn’t but the culture has. The method by which we present the gospel needs to be such that the culture will understand.
Our talks at UCO were a witness to a public university and clearly presented the foundation of God’s Word and the gospel (including to the LGBTQ group)!
We’ve made some changes to ticket pricing at the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter that favor families with children and youth.
Our culture is tearing itself apart because it rejects all authority. How can Christians demonstrate that God’s authority is just what everyone needs?
The generation that reached adulthood after the turn of the century is turning away from organized religion.
Great Britain was once known for sending Christian missionaries all over the world. But the UK, once a light to the world, is now spiritually dark.
In July, I announced that we installed permanent lights at the Ark Encounter to light up the ship each night with a spectacular rainbow of colors.
Peter warned that a skeptical philosophy would prevail in our day, claiming that “all things continue as they were from the beginning.”
When we stand firm on God’s Word, we can expect attacks. How should we respond? It depends on who the opposition is.
My heart sinks when I look around the mall. I realize that almost all of the thousands of people I see in that mall are heading to a Christless eternity.
Paul’s admonition to the Ephesians still applies. Christ wants us to take every opportunity to boldly confront our pagan culture so lost people can be redeemed.
Ignorance of the Bible isn’t just a problem in our culture. It’s a problem in the church, and it’s scandalous.
Does the church in our Western world need a revival or a reformation?