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A Look Back On 2018 at Answers in Genesis

Here are just a few of the many exciting things that have happened this past year: Opening of the High-Tech 4D Special Effects Theater In August, we celebrated the opening of our high-tech 4D Special Effects Theater. Using special high-tech infrared 3D glasses seats that shake and even poke you, …

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Earth and Sky Science: The Year in Review

Digging Out the Archaeology News We kicked off our coverage of archaeological news with a late January article detailing that ancient peoples (post-Babel migrants) in Egypt, the Near East, and China made use of any meteoritic iron they found and fashioned it into weapons, tools, and jewelry. In February we …

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Trusting the Text

Why does my reference Bible have notes at the bottom of the page that say things like “Some manuscripts add . . .” or “some early manuscripts omit . . .”? This is not a minor issue. Headed by Bart Ehrman, a growing movement claims that we cannot be sure …

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Meet Our International Directors at Answers in Genesis

You can meet Simon Turpin (AiG-UK/Europe), Calvin Smith (AiG-Canada), David Ham (AiG-Australia), and Joe Owen (AiG-Mexico) in this video filmed at the Ark Encounter. We’re so thankful for what God is doing here in the US and around the world. Please continue to pray for us as we go into …

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Answers in Genesis Celebrates 25 Years of Ministry

We’re humbled and grateful for what God has done. What started out as a ministry with three founders and a handful of employees in a tiny storefront in Florence, Kentucky, has turned into a ministry with over one thousand employees during peak time, a Creation Museum, a life-size Noah’s Ark …

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What's Up in 2019?

The year begins with a bang, for on the morning of January 1, the moon and Venus will be close together in the sky. Both rise about three hours before the sun. Look to the southeast before sunrise; Venus will be the bright star near the moon. If the sky …

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Merry Christmas from Answers in Genesis

Just stop for a moment and think about what it means that God became man. The eternal God, the perfect, holy Creator, stepped into history to become sin for us so that we might be saved. Here are some beautiful verses that summarize what Christ has done: In this the …

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