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The Cincinnati Post on January 22 spotlighted AiG with a balanced and well-written article that explored how the various outreaches of AiG are having an effect throughout the country.
After receiving international (The Times of London) and national (go alt="New York Times">2284) coverage last month, the hometown newspaper of Answers in Genesis featured a front-page, in-depth story on AiG entitled “Creationists gain national prominence.”
The Cincinnati Post on January 22 spotlighted AiG—which is based just south of Cincinnati in Northern Kentucky—with a balanced and well-written article that explored how the various outreaches of AiG are having an effect throughout the country, even though the ministry is just 6 years old. Although we appreciate the fact that the paper’s coverage was much more accurate than the London Times’ piece (which was riddled with factual errors) and was not mocking like the New York Times’ article, AiG, for the record, wants to clarify/correct just a few points:
By comparing the articles written about AiG in the world’s leading English-language newspaper (The Times of London) and America’s “newspaper of record” (The N.Y. Times) to the January 22 piece in The Cincinnati Post, the Post story is the much better example of journalistic effort. It demonstrates that a fair and generally accurate story can be written on this controversial and sometimes confusing topic of creation vs. evolution. We applaud Steve Huba’s reporting.