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One might expect that a tax-supported institution like PBS would be more balanced in covering a controversial topic such as biological origins.
Friends of God—a somewhat friendly look at AiG and other ministries
What can science tell us about Noah’s Ark and the Flood? Anything? A recent National Geographic Channel program aimed to find out.
In this article I provide a sampling of the arguments used by Drs. Ankerberg, Ross, and Kaiser along with my commentary.
This debate between “young earth” and “old earth” creationist positions was aired on the Christian TV program The John Ankerberg Show.
A review of a recently broadcast two-part TV documentary on religion presented by Prof Richard Dawkins, broadcast on Channel 4 network in the United Kingdom, 9 & 16 January 2006
Paul Taylor discusses The Story of God, a BBC major three-part documentary hosted by Professor (and British Lord) Robert Winston.
AiG reviews the history channel TV documentary "Ape to Man."
Like so many in the church who compromise regarding the book of Genesis, writer/producer/director Carol Schuller Milner forces long-ages, evolutionary thinking into Genesis 1.
Last Sunday on American television, TV host John Ankerberg began a new series entitled Are the Genesis Creation Days 24 Hours or Long Periods of Time?
On Wednesday evening, September 29, the television network PBS (Public Broadcasting System) aired segments three and four of the four-hour miniseries “Origins” in the US.
On Tuesday evening, the US television network PBS (Public Broadcasting System) aired the first two hours of a four-hour miniseries on “Origins.”
On Sunday, 21 April, the Discovery Channel will be premiering ‘The Real Eve’, a program discussing the evolutionary-based ‘out of Africa’ idea about the origin of all modern humans.
The first episode of a new TV series on animal evolution, called The Shape of Life, premiered on PBS-TV in the United States, 2 April 2002.
“Land of the Mammoth” on the Discovery Channel was a sequel to the show of last March in which mammoth researchers dug out what they thought was a frozen carcass encased in a block of icy mud.
A television network in the U.S. is once again trying its hand at reconstructing historical accounts recorded in the Bible.
On the heels of its recent miniseries, “Noah's Ark,” NBC is planning a November release of its interpretation of Genesis and Exodus.
On April 16, the Discovery Channel in America aired a so-called “documentary” on dinosaurs.
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