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Summer refining, digitizing, the call for a new Reformation, free goods, and more!
Summer means vacations, relaxing, and—this year—a number of small updates throughout our site. We’ve been busy refining the website and making the information you need more accessible. Here are just a few of the changes:
Last year, we introduced the new “super highway” at the top of the AiG family of sites. This year, we updated the look and functionality of that navigation menu—first on AnswersinGenesis.org and soon to all of our sites. Take a look at the top of this page and get acquainted with the new look.
After many comments and suggestions, we also applied a “fresh coat of paint” to the front page. The navigation menu has been updated with new drop-down menus; the page has been reorganized to make it easier to read and find what you’re looking for; and the design itself has been spruced up with the goal of aiding readability and reducing clutter.
Finally, we also updated our website’s footer (the information at the bottom of every page on the site) to make it more useful. With the new footer, you can easily find the links that you’re looking for in an attractive, legible way.
For years, everyone has had access online to the great articles featured in Answers magazine through our attractive website. However, since the articles are formatted for the Internet, they don’t have the same “feel” as the print version, which many prefer.
But thanks to some great new technology, we’re changing that. Now you can access all the articles you love from any computer connected to the Internet and still have the same format as the print version, including the ability to zoom in on the stunning photography, search the entire issue quickly, and follow links right from the pages. You can preorder it in our online bookstore.
On Thursday night, June 25, Ken Ham, along with researcher Britt Beemer, made waves throughout the Christian world with a talk that challenged believers on every continent.
Based mainly on the findings in the new book Already Gone, Ken presented the disturbing evidence that young people are leaving the church in droves because of the lack of biblical authority. They walk away because the church won’t stand on God’s Word.
That talk set off a storm of controversy, but it also led many Christians to examine themselves and examine what the Bible teaches. Could this be the beginning of a new Reformation in the Church? We certainly hope so, as anything less could see the slow decay of Christian morality.
If you missed this excellent, game-changing presentation, you can still be a part of this return to biblical authority. Simply choose your method: download a high-quality video to your computer or purchase the DVD to share with your friends and family.
This is a presentation that every Christian must see.
I’m looking for free content for myself and to share with others. Do you have any?
Although we do have a number of products for sale in our online bookstore, as this supports our ministry efforts, we also strive to give away quality materials for churches and individuals. Here’s a brief overview of what you’ll find—free of charge—on our site:
Our goal is to equip the Church and believers, which means getting the information out to the world.
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According to our estimates, over 85,000 viewers attempted to watch Ken Ham’s “State of the Nation” address (some estimates push this above 100,000 for all those watching on various websites and satellite feeds). Although many were unable to view the event live because of technical difficulties on our site, as many as 12,000 have watched at least a part of the presentation from our site since then (as of July 1, 2009).