Tag Archive for 'religion'

“Popular (Evolution) Science”

Bob Worstell with Popular Science Magazine

Creation Museum member Bob Worstell shared something interesting with us recently. About 55 years ago, he subscribed to the magazine Popular Science but soon stopped. A few weeks ago, Bob thought he would subscribe again to Popular Science, and …

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The Consequence of Compromise

One of AiG’s opponents wrote this last week in regard to his opposition to the life-size Noah’s Ark project:

I am openly anti-Christianity, anti-Islam, anti-Judaism, and anti- you name a religion, because I am openly an anti-theist. Religion, as the

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A Prayer of Death in the Religion of Death

Would you believe me if I told you there were people who were praying—yes, praying—that God would help them to murder children? I’m sure you would be horrified at such a suggestion and say that this could not be so—but …

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Religious Freedom Under Threat

Recently I wrote a blog post about a German homeschool family that has asked for asylum in the USA—but the current administration is opposing the request by the Romeike family. Sadly, the arguments the American administration is using could be …

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“For This They Willfully Forget … ”

Before I get into my main topic for today’s blog post, I wanted to direct you to our lead article on the website today about “flat-faced early humans.” Maybe you have already across the recent claim—which appeared in many major …

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Christian Leader Agrees There Isn’t “One True Christian View on Evolution”

Yesterday, I presented part one of a two-part presentation called “Already Compromised” at AiG’s “Apologetics Mega Conference” here in northern Kentucky. In part one of this talk, I gave (what shocked many people) specific examples of how evolution and millions …

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Is This What They Call “Tolerance?”

In today’s secularized culture, we often hear people (particularly leftist humanists) demand what they call “tolerance.” Christians are often accused by these humanists of being “intolerant.” I have heard the accusation of “intolerance” against AiG and what we teach many …

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The Pope on the Big Bang

One of the major news items yesterday had the headline: “God was behind Big Bang, universe no accident: Pope.” The Yahoo news item stated the following:

God’s mind was behind complex scientific theories such as the Big Bang, and Christians

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Atheists Outline Their Global Religious Agenda

Recently, atheists met at a conference in Copenhagen and released what they call their “Copenhagen Declaration on Religion in Public Life,” which really means they released their statement of faith and their declaration against Christianity. Their declaration is reprinted …

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Second Graders Instructed to Sing about Allah

One of the things we have noticed in the USA in recent times is that it is politically “correct” to mock Christians, eliminate Christian references from the public, etc.—but it is ok and politically correct to mention teachings …

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