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AiG’s Creation Museum is being challenged once again by the secularists, this time in the renowned magazine Scientific American.
The Creation Museum conducts annual advertising campaigns. This year, we have been able to secure space on more than one hundred billboards across America.
As we approach the fifth anniversary of the Creation Museum’s opening on May 28, we are being asked by some media outlets to reflect on the effectiveness of the museum.
Many weeks before “Date Night,” ministry leadership became aware that a fervent museum opponent was planning to crash a museum dinner where couples would hear a special talk by Ken Ham on marriage.
Just over a month away from its third anniversary, the world-renowned, high-tech Creation Museum welcomed its one millionth guest this morning.
An enormous mastodon skeleton greets attendees at the Southern Baptist Convention before taking up residence in the Creation Museum.
A video of herpetologist Rick Teepen as he presents his Snakes Alive! workshop.
Have you taken the time to tell others about the Creation Museum, a one-of-a-kind evangelistic outreach of Answers in Genesis?
Gary Parker, a pioneer in creation research, will be speaking at the Creation Museum. Find out more.
AiG and the Creation Museum need your help in sharing the gospel message with even more people.
Mike Matthews, AiG–U.S., asks the three founders of AiG and its Creation Museum about the past, present, and future of the ministry on the museum’s one-year anniversary.
When I hear from people who’ve listened to the radio program, watched one of our videos, or read something on our website, I hear this common theme: families are indeed learning together, and our mat
Over the years, God led me to other people committed to the search for biblically and scientifically sound answers to questions that most of the world believed could only be answered by evolution.
Both the Creation Museum and the Smithsonian National Museum of History have impressive exhibits, but if you look closer, you’ll find an eternal difference.
Our Creation Museum will be welcoming naturalists from Kentucky state parks, reports Louisville’s Courier-Journal.
Because of the enormous financial and personnel costs associated in building this unique facility, many of our core ministries have been restricted—but there is a solution.
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