Monthly Archive for February, 2012

Congratulations to the AiG Video Team

This past weekend AiG was honored to have five of our recent video productions recognized as semi-finalists at the San Antonio International Christian Film Festival (www.SAICFF.org). The festival—which is sponsored by Vision Forum Ministries and led by our …

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You Can Witness at the Olympics—Don’t Miss the Trip of a Lifetime!

This booklet, in several languages, will be distributed by the tens of thousands at the London Olympics this summer.

Have you ever dreamed about taking a foreign mission trip?

Have you ever dreamed about attending the Olympic Games?

Have you …

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Don’t Miss This Feature

Every weekend we post a web feature examining many news reports of the week that touch on biblical authority (especially on topics that relate to the book of Genesis). Our feature offers analysis on these reports using science and the …

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Misrepresented by Leading Pastor

Tim Keller is pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, New York. He attended Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA.

He is known as a good Bible teacher and has a heart for evangelizing New York City. Redeemer Presbyterian’s Hope

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What about All Those Laws in the Old Testament?

This week, I was interviewed by a newspaper in western Kentucky about an upcoming conference in Paducah (www.AnswersinGenesis.org/outreach/event/Paducah2012).  After asking me various questions about creation, evolution, what we believe about Genesis, and dating methods etc., the reporter then …

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Evangelists from Romania Visit the Museum

Florentin Clipa of Romania has just paid his third visit to the Creation Museum in the past two years. This time he was joined by his brother Pavel. They are evangelists in Eastern Europe, based in northern Romania. Now that …

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Compromise with Millions of Years Continues to Permeate the Church

We are seeing many more instances of conferences run by Christian academic institutions or by churches that have speakers who promote evolution or millions of years. We are also seeing more Christian leaders being identified with a particular compromised position …

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Photos from the NRB Convention

I just spent three days at the annual convention of the National Religious Broadcasters, an association of about 1,200 ministries that have media outlets (radio, TV, internet, etc.). We met in Nashville, Tennessee at the massive Opryland Hotel.

We picked …

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Eagle Scout a Huge AiG Booster and Rubik’s Cube YouTube Star

I recently heard of a new Eagle Scout (a difficult rank to achieve within Scouting, requiring a lot of hard work and perseverance) who is an avid Answers in Genesis supporter and lives in California. Cooper is his name, and …

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A Pastor Who Really Gets It!

As many of you know, recently I spoke at an AiG conference in one of the largest (if not the largest) church in Bermuda.

After my first message on the Sunday morning—in which I covered the topic of the relevance/importance …

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