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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.
Matt Walsh has since responded to this post. We will be responding to his video on Answers News November 19, 2018, starting at 2 p.m. (ET)
A minister in the United Church, a liberal denomination in Canada, has reached a settlement that allows her to continue pastoring despite her professed atheism.
An “Ask a Scientist” article explains, “The Big Bang Theory is a timeline of the history of the universe. It says nothing about how the universe was created.”
A recent study of the tiger genome confirmed that there are six extant subspecies of tigers, confirming exactly what we would expect starting with God’s Word.
Many Christian colleges, institutions, and Christians stand at a crossroads right now. God’s Word gives us direction on how to think for such a time as this.
Theaters have dropped the top-performing film Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer apparently because it paints abortion in its proper light.
Can we call creation “very good” in the face of climate change? That’s the question posed by “eco-theologian” and Presbyterian minister Dr. Neddy Astudillo.
A recent letter in the Guardian expresses concern over the “suppression of proper academic analysis and discussion of the social phenomenon of transgenderism.”
Kelvin Cochran, former Atlanta fire chief, was terminated from his position in 2014 after writing a devotional book for a Christian men’s Bible study.
A news item from close to home caught my eye. What stood out in this article was that the dinosaur in question was a juvenile sauropod.
A small wooden sign hanging in the cafeteria of a Maryland school simply reads: “Give us this day our daily bread.” Sounds rather innocent, doesn’t it?
Earlier this year in Alaska, the Downtown Hope Center became embroiled in a religious freedom lawsuit filed by the Anchorage Equal Rights Commission.
All three of the Nobel Prize winners in chemistry were recently awarded their prize “for their work in evolutionary science.”
It seems researchers studying plants found that plants seem to produce fruits in colors matching what the local animals that eat them can easily see.
Azusa Pacific University had announced in the student-run campus newspaper that the restriction on same-sex relationships between students was being lifted.
In only 10 years or so, you’ll be able (so we’re told) to see woolly mammoths, rhinos, cave lions, and long-extinct horses in a Siberian “Pleistocene Park”.
Stephen Wood claimed to identify as a woman, and he was sent to a jail for women. He used this as an opportunity to sexually assault four women in the prison.
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.
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