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Double Standard!

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“Don’t Confuse Me with the Facts!”

I am observing a double standard in regard to certain people who report on the Ark Encounter receiving Kentucky’s performance-based sales tax refund incentive.

Recently, the Kentucky tourism board granted preliminary approval for the …

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Secularists Make Great Publicists for Us

Sometimes I think we should be paying atheists to be our publicists! Sure they often distort, misquote, misrepresent, and tell outright untruths about us. But they can be so creative in their writings, that, as they make up stories about …

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Huffington Post Admits Its Site Was Always Meant to Be Fiction

Well, the HuffPost didn’t actually say that. But I’m using the same kind of logic and headline grabber one of its writers used in responding to an article I wrote recently!

Yesterday, I was intrigued when my Google alerts brought …

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Who Is Really Fuming?

Recently AiG started a section on our website called “Creation Debate.” As we say on the Creation Debate page,

“Creation Debate” is AiG’s ongoing examination of how, from the book of Genesis, the Bible’s authority speaks with relevance

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Poorly Rated MSNBC and Their Poorly Researched Rant

The lead article on our website today is my response to Rachel Maddow, who hosts The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC. She spent almost 10 minutes making a number of false claims about Answers in Genesis, the Creation Museum, and …

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Will NBC and New York Times—and Other Media—Retract Their False Reports?

AiG hopes that NBC’s Meet the Press, the New York Times, and other major media (e.g., the Huffington Post) will retract their completely false reports on how our Ark’s construction is being funded and let people know that …

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Bill Nye’s Latest Rant Against AiG

Bill Nye “the Science Guy” wrote an article titled “Bill Nye’s Take on the Nye-Ham Debate” that was recently published on a secular website (the Skeptical Inquirer) that has now been referred to or reposted on a number of websites

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“Just One Piece of Evidence”

Two authors recently weighed in on my recent debate with Bill Nye “the Science Guy”—and they’ve challenged my statement during the debate that I wouldn’t change my mind about the truth of God’s Word.

Dr. Peter Boghossian and Dr. James …

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Retraction Coming from the HuffPost? Doubt it

I am wondering if the anti-Christian website the Huffington Post will be commenting and complaining about a bar and brewery (with restaurant) that wants to open in our Cincinnati area—which was once a church—that is being partially funded by tax …

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Time Magazine—Retract Your False Statement

We are calling on Time magazine to retract a blatantly wrong statement on its website about my Tuesday debate with Bill Nye “the Science Guy.” It was written by a reporter who wasn’t even present at the debate, as I …

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