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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 heavens declare the glory of God, Creation Museum, Stargazers Room
With under three-quarters of a year to go until its grand opening, progress on the Creation Museum continues to accelerate.
A $1 million gift received Friday afternoon brought the total donations for this “walk through biblical history” museum closer to the $25 million needed.
The event began in the planetarium, which was dedicated with prayer, followed by words from Ken Ham and Mike Zovath.
The Dragon Hall Bookstore offers visitors not only a wealth of Bible-affirming science, worldview and family resources, but also a unique environment.
In regard to the Field Museum's near Evolving Planet exhibit, the unsuspecting public does not realize that there is “storytelling” going on … in the guise of what is called “science.”
On Monday, August 22, Mike Zovath, vice president of the Creation Museum, will introduce you to the new Creation Museum website and the addition of a museum blog.
Ken Ham discusses his favorite room or exhibit in the Creation Museum.
After many months of planning, prayer and the provision of God’s people who have been sacrificially giving to AiG–USA, four AiG offices have now become one!
No, Answers in Genesis–USA is not moving to Russia or Florida, but to the lesser-known Northern Kentucky city of Petersburg—twenty-five minutes west of the current offices in Florence, Kentucky.
A small legion of motorcyclists will be mounting their iron horses on Saturday, 21 August—riding in from several directions and nearby states—for the ‘Creation Museum Rally 2004.’
I want to share with you an emotional moment I had recently (and then some web testimonies), which I believe will illustrate what the AiG ministry is all about.
The Garcia family has completed 115 beautiful baby quilts in just under two months-a monumental undertaking-to offer to AiG supporters in exchange for a donation to the Creation Museum.
This year, the cicadas’ path will cross the Creation Museum property in Northern Kentucky, just as we begin planting 1,250 young trees and shrubs to beautify the grounds.
It seemed like an impossible task, but the Creation Museum team has finally located them—Methuselah’s hands.
AiG will be participating in a special Worldview Weekend bringing along Creation Museum models, artwork, artists, sculptors and AiG’s own down-to-earth speaker Carl Kerby.
We want guests—especially non-Christians—to recognize that God holds them accountable for their lives and beliefs, and the coming Judgment is just as sure as the historical judgment in Noah’s day.
I didn’t think it would ever happen, but the most-asked question we receive at Answers in Genesis has changed!
Joe Taylor is the owner and curator of the Mt Blanco Fossil Museum and is known as one of the foremost fossil restorationists. Yet, Joe Taylor is also a creationist!
Jon Taylor, Museum Illustrator, has drawn an aerial view of the current design for Creation Walk and Corruption Valley of the museum’s walk through history.
The Lord keeps dropping new talent into the laps of the Creation Museum’s exhibit design team.
Great news! It is “getting dark” inside AiG’s Creation Museum (under construction near Cincinnati in the USA), which means the roof and walls are being completed.
The Creation Museum team is excited to have Cheryl Reese interning with us until 19 July 2003.
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