“Professionally Unethical” to Confuse Observational and Historical Science

A few weeks ago one of our staff members sent me an email reply she received from a scientist she had contacted. She had asked him for permission to use a photo he had taken for one of our publications. …

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Christianity + Submissive Wives = Domestic Violence?

Although this equation might seem strange to most of my readers, it was an equation being promoted in an article in the Washington Post titled “Five Christian Theologies Scarier than Halloween.” The author, Susan Brooks Thistlewaite, professor of …

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Pouring Cold Water on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

If you have been on any social media in the last few weeks, watched the evening news, or clicked on a video link from a friend in your email, you have surely seen people dumping buckets of ice water (or …

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Tree of Forty Fruits—Is It Real?

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When I first heard about this tree in the news, I was very skeptical. How could one tree possibly grow forty different fruits? So like any good scientist I did some research and discovered these trees are real! The trees …

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A Message from God in Our Genes?

Over the past few weeks, several people have contacted me about an article that appeared on the website of the Wyoming Institute of Technology (WIT). The article has a very appealing title, “First Scientific Proof of God Found.” WIT claims …

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Is Your Grandmother a Fish?

According to a soon-to-be published book for young children, a fish and many other animals are your “grandmothers.” The subtitle for the book is “a child’s first book of Evolution.” While the author and illustrator do a good job of …

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Testimonies of the Impact of AiG

On my Facebook page, I often receive messages that are encouraging testimonies of how the Lord is using the AiG ministry in the lives of people.  These positive comments are very much appreciated in light of the negative criticism …

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Is Cancer Research Dependent on Evolutionary Ideas?

Curiosity got the best of me when I read an article on the Raw Story website responding to a blog post written by Ken Ham about the recent White House Science Fair. Scott Kaufman, the author of the article, claimed …

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The Grand Canyon and My Comfort Zone

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When Tom Vail of Canyon Ministries asked me a few years ago if I would go on a white water rafting trip in the Grand Canyon and teach creation biology, I hesitated.  Unlike the Galápagos Islands I visited back in …

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Answers for Women Conferences—Becoming Women’s Conference of Choice for Many

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In early May, Answers in Genesis hosted the third annual Answers for Women Conference at the Creation Museum, and it was a tremendous success! Every year the conference grows, and this year we were pleased to have over 350 women …

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