Looks like you are using an old version of Internet Explorer - Please update your browser
Join Ken Ham, Bodie Hodge, and Dr. Georgia Purdom for a twice-weekly look at culture and science news through the lens of a biblical worldview.
Answers News is designed to help Christians think biblically about what they hear and see in popular culture, pointing people back to the authority of God’s Word in every area of their lives.
A bus company in the UK has pulled advertisements from the sides of its buses promoting an upcoming Festival of Hope featuring Franklin Graham.
Recently former US President Jimmy Carter was asked in an interview for his thoughts on gay “marriage” and if he thought Jesus would approve of it.
A group of professing Filipino Christians recently marched in an LGBT pride parade near Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Their message? “I’m sorry.”
A new study demonstrates that Neanderthals used “advanced hunting techniques to stalk and kill their prey.”
Should people be killed to avoid suffering? That’s the position that famed atheist Richard Dawkins takes on the unborn, according to a recent tweet.
The Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of pro-life clinics in California, which means they won’t be forced to promote abortion as an alternative.
Canada has just recognized two men and one woman who are involved in a “polyamorous” relationship as the parents of one child on the child’s birth certificate.
This extinct frog species, preserved in amber for us to find today, is just another example of God’s limitless creativity.
The Supreme Court of Canada handed down a highly disappointing decision to a Christian university—a decision that will impact religious freedom in that nation.
The upcoming movie Jurassic World prompted an article in Scientific American titled “Jurassic World: Can We Really Resurrect Dinosaurs?”
Reportedly, LGBT activists got upset with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey for eating at Chick-fil-A, especially in June during so-called “Pride Month.”
The Christian Post ran a piece on the question, “Is Jesus the only way?” That is, do only those who repent and believe receive eternal life?
Nine out of ten species alive today have arisen in the last 200,000 years, according to a genetic study looking at select portions of DNA from 100,000 species.
During a roundtable discussion in the White House, US President Donald Trump referred to members of the violent gang MS–13 as “animals.”
We typically think of blood as red, but six lizard species in Papua New Guinea bleed green, not red. A new study claims this green blood evolved four times.
Do Christians have a personal responsibility to share their faith? According to a Barna study, Christians are increasingly answering this question with a “no.”
The US Episcopal church is removing “husband and wife” and “procreation of children” from their marriage liturgy after gay and lesbian couples complained.
Andy Stanley, the pastor of North Point Community Church, recently claimed Christians need to “unhitch” the Old Testament from their understanding of the faith.
An anti-Christian crusade in New Zealand has begun. The famous rugby team All Blacks has started a campaign called #DiversityIsStrength.
When Neanderthals (modern man’s cousin, according to evolutionists) were discovered, they were considered primitive. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Archaeologists have uncovered what they believe to be “compelling scientific evidence for the largest single mass child sacrifice event known in world history.”
According to a new study of 4,700 American adults, the Pew Research Center found that 80% of Americans believe in God. But what (or who) do they mean by “God”?
No results found in Answers News.