But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

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Is our world on the precipice of doom? Well, over half of young people in America say “yes,” believing humanity’s future is in imminent danger due to climate change. According to a recent survey, 29% of all American voters believe it is “at least somewhat likely that the...

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Friday, 15 November 2019 19:00

Powerful New Creation Museum Exhibits Now Open

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I’m very excited to announce that, yesterday, we held our dedication ceremony for three brand-new major exhibit areas at the Creation Museum. These cutting-edge exhibits present the message of biblical authority, starting points of thinking regarding origins, and the relevance of Genesis...

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Thursday, 14 November 2019 19:00

Eternally Grateful: A Tribute to Norma Ham

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Today, Friday, November 15 (EST), in Queensland, Australia, my mother went through the shadow of death to be with her Savior for eternity! Norma Ham was almost ninety-two.

Thank you all for your prayers. We are so thankful we could be here with all my siblings (except for our brother Robert who went...

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Ideas have consequences. And the climate change alarmism and hysteria sweeping the world certainly has consequences. Just to mention one example, 11,000 scientists (although, recent reports revealed some of the signatories weren’t actually scientists, such as one who signed as “Mickey...

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Tuesday, 12 November 2019 19:00

Christmas Shopping? Give Gifts of Experience

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Christmas is right around the corner—are you looking for a unique gift for a family member or friend? Consider giving them “a gift of experience.” These gifts are becoming increasingly popular, as individuals and families experience the joy of doing something together and making...

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We just wrapped up another successful Creation College Expo. This time it was held in the massive Answers Center at the Ark Encounter. This event saw dozens of Christian colleges from across the United States—all of which take a stand on a literal Genesis, a young earth, and a global flood,...

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They’ve found a missing link! . . . at least that’s what the headlines (once again) will tell you!

A recent study trumpeted the discovery of a supposedly 11.6-million-year-old ape from what is now Germany. Danuvius guggenmosi allegedly had “long arms suited to...

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In less than two weeks, we’re welcoming some very special guests to the Ark Encounter: the finalists of the National Bible Bee Competition! That’s right—the finals and awards ceremony for this exciting event are taking place inside the Answers Center, the 2,500-seat auditorium at...

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America’s largest Glice® (synthetic ice) rink is coming to the Ark Encounter again this year for our ChristmasTime program! Beginning November 29, you and your family can experience a winter wonderland, skating together on an outdoor rink at the Ark Encounter (cost is nominal at $5 for...

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Abortion, pornography, and taking drugs—are these things immoral? Well, that depends on your foundation for morality. In much of the West, the foundation for morality is now predominantly subjective human opinion, so, as time passes, attitudes and beliefs on various moral issues change. With...

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Wednesday, 06 November 2019 19:00

Math—Is it “Oppressive”? Seattle Thinks So

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Math—it’s oppressive! At least, that’s what a proposed new curriculum in Seattle, Washington, would teach young people if it is approved in June 2020. Reportedly, this new curriculum will infuse math with social justice and focus on “power and oppression.” Students...

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How do you start conversations about the gospel and salvation? Sometimes, that can feel challenging. But we have the most important message everyone needs to hear! So how can we go about sharing it? Well, Corey McKenna, a Canadian evangelist with The Cross Current program (heard on many Christian...

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It’s an exciting time around here! Our brand-new series of exhibits on biblical authority are opening to the public—just in time for the massive ChristmasTown crowds arriving at the Creation Museum to see the beautiful garden of lights, live nativity, and other special Christmas...

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We’ve always offered US veterans free admission to both the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum on Veterans Day, November 11. But that special offer is now even better! As our way of saying a sincere “thank you” for their service, all active duty and retired military personnel...

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Thanksgiving here in the United States is just around the corner. During this special holiday, many churches choose to pause their regular Sunday school curriculum to do a seasonal Thanksgiving lesson, turning children’s and adult’s hearts toward the Lord and giving him the thanks and...

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“In U.S., Decline of Christianity Continues at Rapid Pace,” is the headline of a recent Pew Research Center report. The article confirms what our research for my book Already Gone and other sources having been saying for years—across the West, Christianity is on the decline, and...

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Scientists studying fossil deposits in Morocco recently announced a stunning new find—a series of trilobites (sea creatures, also called ancient cockroaches, now believed to be extinct), fossilized in a single-file line. It looks as if the trilobites were playing, “follow the...

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Wednesday, 30 October 2019 20:00

Join Buddy and Kay Davis on a South African Safari

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My good friends Buddy Davis and his wife Kay are always up for an adventure. And that’s why they’re headed, once again, south . . . way south, to South Africa, home of some of the world’s most incredible wildlife. They’re co-hosts of a Living Passages...

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Our November conference, Gospel Reset, in Canada is just around the corner! Thanks to an enthusiastic donor, a copy of my new book on evangelism, Gospel Reset, was sent to pastors of churches across the West (along with free tickets to the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum). Many pastors and...

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Do you love Southern Gospel music? Join us at the Ark Encounter during Memorial Day weekend for two concerts featuring the music of Legacy Five and many of their friends on May 22–23, 2020. These two concerts are taking place at the Ark Encounter, in our brand-new 2,500-seat auditorium,...

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Sunday, 27 October 2019 20:00

Textbook Evolutionary Story Was . . . Wrong?

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Which evolved first—moth ears or bat echolocation? Well, the “textbook” evolutionary story is that bats evolved the ability to make ultrasonic calls, which they used to hunt for moths. And then moths supposedly evolved (several times, apparently) the ability to hear these calls...

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In just a few weeks, Christmas gets into full swing at the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum (November 29–December 30, closed Christmas Eve and Day). Every year, we offer two free Christmas events—ChristmasTime at the Ark Encounter and ChristmasTown at the Creation Museum (you just pay...

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What’s the biggest challenge to evolutionary ideas? There are so many things that you could point to—the origin of life, the complexity of a single cell, the language system that is DNA, and so much more. Well, the most recent issue of Answers, our award-winning biblical worldview...

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Thursday, 24 October 2019 20:00

Why Did Dinosaurs Disappear? Get New Film Now

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Our ministry friends (Ray Comfort and staff) over at Living Waters frequently release new films to help equip believers to evangelize and, most importantly, challenge unbelievers with the truth of God’s Word and the gospel. These films are always released, in their entirety, for free on the L...

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The claim that ending religion might be a bad thing is not a statement you’d expect to hear from the world’s leading atheist, Richard Dawkins. But he recently made those comments in response to research that shows that people are more likely to behave honestly when they feel they are...

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