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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 Lord has blessed AiG’s Creation Museum project with the addition of Patrick Marsh.
In spite of ongoing efforts to thwart the building of the Creation Museum, the work continues on the museum site, and the exhibit planning is moving ahead full speed at the home office.
The Sierra Club argued that a proposed wastewater treatment facility for AiG's museum would affect water quality of nearby creek.
A Kentucky chapter of The Sierra Club has called for a public hearing to be held regarding the creation museum.
AiG supporters are commenting positively about the future Creation Museum and Family Discovery Center near Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.
The best way for you to keep up-to-date on the construction of AiG’s Bible-proclaiming Creation Museum and Family Discovery Center near Cincinnati, Ohio USA is to visit this Web site often.
It was a wonderful, yes, exhilarating time of celebration as we fellowshipped with the 600-plus AiG supporters who gathered for the groundbreaking ceremony at the site of AiG's future Creation Museum.
Freezing rain and a cold wind did not daunt the more than 600 AiG supporters who traveled from several states to participate in the March 17 groundbreaking ceremony for AiG's future Creation Museum.
"Dinosaurs in the making!" is the headline of 'Baptist Bulletin' magazine, the official publication of the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
A Cincinnati, Ohio family–who has a passion for proclaiming Biblical truths–is donating the largest gift yet to AiG’s future $14 million Creation Museum and Family Discovery Center: $1 million.
I must admit that, at times, the dream seemed more like a “nightmare.” But I can tell you it’s no longer just a dream any more.
A charity golf tournament to benefit AiG’s Creation Museum—and an auction of sports memorabilia—netted over $35,000 on October 22–23 in Louisville, Kentucky (USA).
Ed Kagin, an attorney who originally led the opposition to AiG’s Creation Museum made a remarkable admission to the Kentucky Post in a front-page feature story (August 12th).
The prominent sign was put up just before AiG’s June 17 land dedication ceremony.
Over 250 people gathered on muddy ground and braved stormy conditions on June 17 to join AiG staff for a ceremony dedicating the site of the future home of AiG’s Creation Museum.
The award-winning architectural firm of A.M. Kinney Associates will be the lead architect for the 95,000-square-foot Creation Museum and headquarters complex for Answers in Genesis
We have been saddened recently by two rather negative commentaries posted on the Prison Fellowship/Breakpoint website concerning Answers in Genesis and our future Creation Museum.
AiG's dinosaur sculptor, Buddy Davis, is creating one of the most startling missionary lizards ever!
On April 13 and 14, AiG officials held face-to-face meetings with numerous architectural firms in the greater Cincinnati area.
Now that the appeal judge has ruled that the rezoning of land for a Creation Museum was properly conducted by Boone County, AiG is intensifying its efforts to develop a master plan for the site
Rezoning for the museum is approved.
The hearing on the lawsuit against Answers in Genesis and the Boone County Fiscal Court will be held this Friday, February 4, 2000.
The hearing on the museum appeal, scheduled for 15 October to rule on the lawsuit against the Boone County Fiscal Court and Answers in Genesis has been postponed.
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