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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.
AU is being quite intentional when it fails to explain the true nature of the sales tax refund for the Ark Encounter.
When the Ark Project sails, everybody will benefit—even those who are stubbornly trying to sink it.
The myth that the Ark will be constructed with funds taken from the Kentucky budget (and presumably away from needed state programs) is rampant.
Lawrence O’Donnell and MSNBC seem to think they have license to lie about the Ark Encounter for the sake of carrying out their anti-Christian agenda.
We are thrilled that Dr. Whitcomb will be on hand for the Hammer and Peg Ceremony, which will kick-start the construction of the Ark Encounter.
Many media outlets continue to spread false information about AiG.
We are pleased to announce that enough money has been raised for the bond offering to allow the release of the funds to start construction of the Ark Encounter project in Williamstown, Kentucky.
Future of the Ark project to be revealed.
Looking back, as Answers in Genesis has stepped out in faith, we have seen God’s hand all along the way.
The Ark’s one and only voyage took place over 4,300 years ago, yet this magnificent vessel still captures the imaginations of believers and unbelievers alike.
Passing another significant milestone, the Ark Encounter, LLC, closed today on the last and largest piece of land for its planned development.
Answers in Genesis has been accused of being too evangelistic and too focused on the gospel of Christ Jesus. Could we be using our resources for something better?
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