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AiG’s Creation Museum is being challenged once again by the secularists, this time in the renowned magazine Scientific American.
Interviewer claims Creation Museum’s presentation of history and science is dangerous and delusional.
We have come to learn that the two-hour TBN TV interview program has already had several thousand viewings through the video archives of TBN’s website.
Our Creation Museum, which has been open to the public for more than three years, is still receiving a fair amount of publicity—this time through a nationally syndicated article.
While we know our Creation Museum may be something of a headache for many evolutionists, this is the first we’ve heard of the widely acclaimed museum causing “discomfort” for visitors.
When the museum is grossly misrepresented on a prominent website, it prompts us to respond quickly with a public rebuttal like this one.
It isn’t a—ahem—“news source” we would normally cover, but we decided not to ignore a scathing attack on our Creation Museum that appears in February’s issue of Vanity Fair.
ABC-TV’s Nightline will include Ken Ham and the Creation Museum to discuss the new movie Creation that releases Friday in the U.S.
Last month, an atheist leader told our local newspaper, the Cincinnati Enquirer, that our Creation Museum promotes “child abuse” and even “terrorism.”
The Creation Museum is once again the center of an evolutionist-hatched controversy concerning local area tourism promotions.
An Associated Press article describes an upcoming National Academies report that will detail how science is learned in informal settings—museums, zoos, and aquariums—and, consequently, how such venues can better educate children.
While we don’t wish to come across as ungrateful over the blessing of such wide coverage, we did find it somewhat frustrating at times.
A recent weekend supplement of Australia’s leading newspaper featured a balanced piece on the Creation Museum.
The highlights of the media year of 2007.
One of the lengthy segments of the FOX Christmas special entitled “Miracles: Facts, Fiction & Faith” will showcase the Creation Museum.
Because AiG’s Creation Museum is still drawing large crowds, the world’s media continue to cover the success of this latest entry in the ongoing creation/evolution battle.
In a recent column against the museum, a Post columnist wrote a piece that was so inaccurate that we asked our publicists to submit a rebuttal.
How do two young students perceive the Creation Museum nd the evidence they find there? That’s the question that a segment running on CBN’s The 700 Club will answer tomorrow.
In many ways, reporting by the secular and Christian media (from around the world) has certainly greatly contributed to seeing the gospel “preached in all the world.”
As AiG’s new Creation Museum continues to appear in newspapers and magazines, some of the most interesting feedback can be seen in letters to the editor and guest columns.
AiG’s response to Daniel Phelps’ (president of the Kentucky Paleontological Society) review of his museum experience for the NCSE website.
In the past few months almost every one of the scores of reporters from secular newspapers, magazines, and TV outlets who have visited the museum have photographed these two children.
Sunday’s Cincinnati Enquirer, one of the Creation Museum’s “hometown” papers, included an insightful and forthright Creation Museum write-up by Enquirer columnist Peter Bronson.
Description of the opening day events here at the Creation Museum.
Short responses to some media articles regarding the Creation Museum's opening.
even before the museum has opened its doors (the week of May 28), there has been a continual parade of media—both international and national—touring the museum construction site.
Two major European publications, Britain's The Guardian and Germany's Der Spiegel, published mocking articles on the Creation Museum this week.
Coverage of the AP response to the Creation Museum