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The new Cosmos TV series included a story of the life of Giordano Bruno (1548–1600), which attempted to show that it was Bruno’s science that got him into trouble with religious authorities.
Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell reviews the first episode of Bible Secrets Revealed, premiered on the History Channel.
Outspoken atheists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss discussed the merits of their approaches to “ridding the world of religion.”
The new History Channel miniseries The Bible packs a lot of biblical history into the opening few minutes, shot aboard Noah’s Ark.
The Animal Planet channel recently aired a program promoting an aquatic evolutionary past for humanity. Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S. offers a critique and alerts readers to a newer genre of filmmaking.
Sunday evening the Discovery Channel (and some of its sister channels in America ) began airing a new TV series entitled “Life.”
A new NOVA series claims to uncover human origins, but as Mark Looy points out, the series relies more on speculation and imagination than fact.
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.
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