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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.
The website The Conversation hosted an article, in a series designed for children, to answer a reader-submitted question, “Are humans going to evolve again?”
A recent article from Fox News looked at five recent climate change warnings, and various experts weighed in on why these warnings were too over-the-top.
The intention of a recent article is clear: bills which recognize the humanity of a baby, based on fetal heartbeat, are wrong and abortion is acceptable.
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Dr. Georgia Purdom and Dr. Jennifer Rivera attended the annual meeting of the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), and it wasn’t quite what they were expecting!
A recent article announced the so-called “rapid evolution” of bird species in Hawaii. It’s happening so fast, they call it “a blistering pace” of evolution.
Should a business have to supply female uniforms to male employees who identify as female? That’s the basis for a lawsuit against a Detroit funeral service.
Here at Answers in Genesis, we’re often accused of being “anti-science.” But do you know who is often anti-science? Those who support abortion.
The headline for a new study summarized by National Geographic declared, “Speedy horses evolved only recently, says landmark equine study.”
A new study showed it’s not just our noses that contain olfactory receptors (the protein responsible for detecting smells)—it’s also our tongues.
Headlines around the world are announcing the discovery of a new species of “bat-wing dinosaur” uncovered in China. But what was this creature?
Since tube anemones live slow, long, predictable lifestyles, it’s assumed they’re simple. New research shows their mitochondrial DNA is anything but simple.
Researchers in the South American nation of Chile have announced the discovery of a human footprint they’ve dated at 15,600 years.
An article highlights one of the reasons why Christians shouldn’t buy into every alarmist and dire claim—many of the “gloomy predictions” haven’t come to pass.
A Barna Group study revealed that half of pastors in the US “feel worried about speaking out on certain issues because they’re worried about offending people.”
One supposed extinction event, “the Great Dying,” is the subject of new research that claims volcanoes were responsible for wiping out 95% of life on earth.
Easter Sunday is truly a day to rejoice as we specifically set aside time to remember and celebrate the victorious resurrection of our Lord from the grave.
Matt Walsh “contend[ed] that Christians should not appeal to the Bible when arguing with unbelievers about political and cultural topics.” Is he right?
Headlines trumpeted the news last week, “New species of early human found in the Philippines.” How should we as biblical creationists understand this find?
What is marriage? According to an opinion piece by human rights campaigner, Peter Tatchell, it’s an outdated, patriarchal system that needs to be replaced.
The news has been buzzing recently with headlines such as this one from New Scientist, “Incredible fossil find may be first victims of dino-killer asteroid.”
Scientists announced their analysis of a 65% complete T. rex skeleton, and their estimates put this dinosaur at 28 years old at death and 19,500 pounds.
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