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This month’s InSite invites you to the castle, wants you to get un-stumped, looks at life After Eden, and more.
It isn’t possible—nothing can die and come back to life! Well, technically that’s true, but many animals come very close. Get Answers!
Will you join us in calling the church and culture back to the authority of God’s Word?
Whatever happens, we can have peace from God through Jesus Christ, as long as we rely upon Him for all of our needs and give God praise for all He has done for us.
Are our current Sunday school programs effective in reaching today’s children with the gospel and equipping them for a life-long faith?
This month’s InSite brings you superpowers, awesomeness, and a not-so-secret identity.
Are you ready to be part of something that can transform future generations for Christ?
You may remember when the Creation Museum opened to the public on May 28, 2007. Well, that will be five years ago very soon! Praise the Lord for His continued blessing on the museum for these years.
For the second year in a row, the Evangelical Press Association honored Answers magazine with its Award of Excellence from among dozens of Christian periodicals.
When Christians mark a National Day of Prayer, atheists retaliate with a National Day of Reason
Today, Answers in Genesis is pleased to announce the launch of a reformatted Answers with Ken Ham radio program.
This month’s InSite gives you “face to face” access to AiG, answers for teens, respuestas en Génesis, and more.
It’s springtime here in Kentucky, and the wonder of God’s creation during this time of year reminds us once again of His everlasting goodness.
This month’s InSite focuses on the ABCs and 1-2-3s. There’s something that’ll shake up your Sunday school, a big-picture look at history, and more.
Cavemen—mysterious denizens of our past—who were they? When did they live, and what happened to them? How different were they, really, from us?
We’ve all been frustrated at times by the fluff that’s marketed under the guise of Sunday school curriculum, and wish we had better resources.
Let me tell you about an “aha moment.” A scientist recently wrote to me; I think you’ll find it very uplifting.
Spring is on the way, bringing with it a host of new opportunities for outreach, plus projects to keep us busy updating and upgrading. Thank you for prayerfully supporting the ministry.
On Monday, AiG President Ken Ham received his fourth honorary doctorate, this one conferred by Mid-Continent University of Mayfield, Kentucky.
Download AiG; soaring up the charts; event spotting; and more in this month’s InSite
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