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Over the past few years, we have been involved in a research project to determine how many kinds of animals boarded the Ark.
The general public will have the opportunity to visit the massive Ark Encounter construction site this summer in scenic northern Kentucky.
Now that the construction of the life-size Noah’s Ark is well under way, I thought it time to respond to the scoffers and critics of the project.
Scores of spectacular animals must be designed and sculpted over the next year to be displayed in the life-size Noah’s Ark in northern Kentucky.
What did America's Research Group discover in its new research that now estimates even greater attendance at the coming Ark Encounter?
The life-size Noah’s Ark is going to be a spectacular sight, but one aspect of the Ark’s construction is more important than its impressive size.
We wanted to have some fun at the expense of the Noah movie released last year. This film featured giant rock monsters as the ones who built most of Noah’s Ark.
I believe some atheists are so obsessed with what AiG is doing that they search daily for whatever they can try to use to attack this ministry.
New kinds of Ark legends are spreading across the world. They are false.
AiG is experiencing the same sort of angry opposition to the Ark Encounter as Nehemiah did in rebuilding the wall around Jerusalem.
Despite our best efforts to dispel many myths currently swirling about our future full-size Noah’s Ark, we continue to reply to misinformed critics.
How do you depict a woman you have never seen? Not only has no one alive today seen her, no physical description of her exists.
News stories and atheist bloggers have been writing about a rumor that the construction of the Ark project may somehow be in jeopardy!
Many secularists seek to undermine the Ark project by spreading myths about the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum. The truth is contrary to their claims.
The first wave of massive earth-moving equipment is descending on the location of the future Ark Encounter in northern Kentucky.
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