Tag Archive for 'fossils'

Does the Bible Teach Human Evolution?

BioLogos is at it again! Earlier this week, I wrote about how they’re indoctrinating children, teens, and young adults with theistic evolution. But now they’re running (for the second time) a blog series on the supposed evidence for human …

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Why Is the Allosaurus Fossil in the Creation Museum Named Ebenezer?

Many people have asked us why the incredible Allosaurus fossil featured in the new $1.5 million exhibit at the Creation Museum is named Ebenezer. Well, here is the text of one of the signs in the exhibit explaining the origin …

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Evolution: The Grand Experiment

I’m thrilled to announce that the revised and updated edition of Dr. Carl Werner’s Evolution: The Grand Experiment is now available in the Answers in Genesis web store! This exciting book, which is the first volume in a homeschool life

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Three Ways to Make an Ape-man

Do you know how to make an ape-man? Well, we learned how in our staff meeting on Tuesday!

Dr. David Menton, one of our researchers at the Creation Museum and retired professor of anatomy at Washington University School of …

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Thanks for Healthy Skepticism

Every now and then, amidst all the sad things I inform you about concerning the state of the church and culture, I like to encourage you as others encourage us. Here is a letter we received from a family in …

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A Tiny Feathered Dino?

Yet another supposed “feathered dinosaur” fossil has come to light, again in China. (Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell, AiG–U.S., reported on another Chinese fossil of a supposed feathered dinosaur in April 2012) Now, one headline described the fossil as “almost birdlike,” …

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Digging Montana and Ohio

Our second Dinosaur Dig of the summer has just concluded in Glendive, Montana. AiG’s Buddy Davis and about 20 friends of the ministry unearthed some really nice finds—like a dinosaur rib (about three feet long) and a dinosaur vertebrae. This …

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