My friend, Jerry Bergman, has a very interesting article about C.S. Lewis over at the website of Creation Ministries International (CMI). CMI, if you’ve never heard of it, is an international nonprofit organization with close historical ties to my even better friends at Answers in Genesis. In this particular article,…
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For the head of an organization that is supposedly based around preaching the “truth of God’s word,” Ken Ham sure seems to lie a lot. Just off the top of my head, there was the documented attempts at historical revisionism by his group, Answers in Genesis, which tried in 2009…
A recent comment on GOE offers an interesting point for reflection.
Throughout the years-long saga of Ken Ham’s quixotic quest to build a Noah’s ark replica according to the instructions set forth in Genesis (kinda), a lot has changed.
One of the unintended but nonetheless interesting consequences of this site is that I’ve become acquainted with some of the stars of the createvangelism industry in ways I never could have if I only had access to their blogs and public appearances.
Let me be brutally honest with you for a second: I’m mad at Brandon Withrow.
From one of our clandestine operatives comes the following scan of a solicitation document from Answers in Genesis, as the deeply confused “ministry” continues to seek millions to construct its horrifically misguided Noah’s ark replica in rural northern Kentucky.
The highly anticipated dino-epic (which really should be an adjective, and a commonly used one at that) “Jurassic World” was released domestically a couple weeks ago.
Most debates between young-earth creationists and those who accept evolution go something like this:
Great question, Ken Ham. Say, here’s an idea.