Monthly Archive for December, 2009

Excited about the “Knee-high” Museum

Eleven-year-old Emily recently read our Answers Update newsletter and its special insert about our planned “knee-high” level children’s exhibits in the Creation Museum. (See my previous blog item about the animatronic Noah being installed as one of the exhibits.)

When …

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More Atheists/Agnostics Visit

We strongly encourage atheists and agnostics to visit our Creation Museum. For example, we welcomed a group of over 285 atheists/agnostics on one day last August. Think about it: would most atheists even think about visiting a church and hearing …

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Former Debate Opponent on TV’s O’Reilly Factor/ASU Professor Blasphemes Our Lord

“ . . . forget Jesus; the stars died so that you can be here, today,” is a comment from Lawrence M. Krauss, Foundation Professor in the School of Earth and Space Exploration and Physics Department, and Inaugural Director of …

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Rejecting “Free”

Recently, AiG’s Chief Communications Officer, Mark Looy, had a letter published in the Cincinnati Enquirer newspaper (and also on its website) dealing with the fact that the Creation Museum was open free to the public on Christmas Eve. Mark stated …

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Anniversary Today

Today (December 27), marks the 16th anniversary of this apologetics ministry of Answers in Genesis. To find out how God has mightily blessed the ministry, including the popular 2 ½ year old Creation Museum, read our ministry history (and …

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A “Chance” Encounter

First, I hope you had a Blessed Christmas, remembering why Christ—the “Last Adam” (I Cor. 15:45)—came to earth over 2,000 years ago. This gift from heaven is especially poignant for one family who visited the Creation Museum—but first some background…

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Happy Incarnation Day

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Christmas Wraptor

Ever since the first time I spoke before a church audience in Australia more than 30 years ago, I have been a strong believer in the need to get resources—books and videos especially—into the hands of those who were introduced …

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Enrichment with Excellence

Last week I had the pleasure of meeting the Frank Lewis family of Pekin, Illinois. This wonderful family publishes Home School Enrichment magazine, one of the very best publications for homeschoolers today.

Frank and Kari—plus their sons Matthew and Jonathan …

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Creation Museum Free on Thursday

As a special gift to the community, Creation Museum admission will be free on Christmas Eve, December 24, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., closing early for the holiday so that staff can be home with their families. We appreciate …

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