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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 recent study, led by the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre, found around 20% of the genes which had been classified as coding genes were not coding.
A recent find at two archaeological sites in Croatia (just across the Adriatic Sea from Italy) discovered dairy lipids in several fragments of jars of pottery.
A news item recently reported on a study which found that the bonnethead shark (a smaller relative of Hammerhead sharks) actually eats and digests seagrass.
Army chaplain Scott Squires and his assistant Kacie Griffin were recently cleared of religious discrimination in a case significant for religious liberty.
The American Atheists claim field trips to the Ark Encounter or Creation Museum are “violations of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.”
According to a recent article, in 2017 the Humanist Society of Scotland married more couples than the Church of Scotland.
The scientific community is buzzing with the news that a bone fragment was recovered from a young girl whose parents belonged to Neanderthals and Denisovans.
Roger Foley, who has a degenerative brain condition, is suing a hospital, health care agencies, and the government for denying his right to “assisted life.”
According to a study of flowers trapped in amber, flowering plants had the same fragrant scents at the so-called “time of the dinosaurs” as many flowers today.
Euthanasia is the idea that a patient can choose to end their own life with a doctor’s help. Belgium now allows children of any age to choose euthanasia.
Scientists have recently announced the “surprising discovery” of a dinosaur similar to Diplodocus (one of the long-necked dinosaurs) in northwest China.
How far would you go for a belief? Would you be willing to go to jail over your opposition to abortion?
We’re excited to announce we shattered a record at the Ark Encounter last weekend. On Saturday, August 4, 2018, we welcomed over 8,500 guests.
Lab-made fossils showed it doesn’t take millions of years to form fossils! Scientists were able to create fossils from fresh specimens in just 24 hours—one day!
Did the book of Leviticus once permit homosexuality? That’s the (fallible) opinion of Dr. Idan Dershowitz, a Harvard professor of biblical studies.
How often do you read the Bible, and where do you read from? These were two questions a recent study from Crossway asked 6,000 Bible readers.
Are we living in a new geologic age? Recently, geologists announced a name for the geologic age we live in: the Meghalayan Age.
In a new trend, public libraries are hosting “Drag Queen Story Hours,” where drag queens read books, sing songs, and do crafts with children in the library.
Because of researchers’ frequent use of zebrafish, they show up as part of evolutionary studies, including a study comparing their scales to hair and feathers.
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.”
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