Christian astrophysicist discusses flaws found in the Big Bang Theory

Christian apologist David Rives recently hosted astrophysicist and creationist Dr. Jason Lisle on his program "Creation in the 21st Century." In their discussion, Dr. Lisle goes point-by-point to expose the weaknesses in the Big Bang Theory compared to the Bible's account of creation. Basically, the two are diametrically opposed and incompatible. Dr. Lisle also points... Continue Reading →


It’s best to be thankful for your God-given birth gender

Unbelievers are pushing the false idea of "transgenderism" just about everywhere you turn these days while playing pretend and attempting to force others to play pretend as if one can really change genders. Genetically and biologically speaking, there's no such thing as being transgender since gender is unchangeable and based on a person's chromosomes (XX... Continue Reading →

Answers News for July 2, 2018

Answers in Genesis staff (Ken Ham, Georgia Purdom, and Avery Foley) discuss Hillsong's Joel Houston tweeting about how popular worship song "So Will I" promotes evolution and the controversy it sparked, the Supreme Court turning down case of Christian grandmother who refused to make floral arrangement for gay wedding, the Supreme Court decision on freedom... Continue Reading →

Answers News for June 7, 2018

Ken Ham, Georgia Purdom, and Bodie Hodge discuss various recent news articles in this 34-minute video. Among the topics are their new VBS curriculum that shows Biblically how all humans are one race with different shades, evolutionists who change the timeline of lizards again based on an older lizard fossil that shows lizards have not... Continue Reading →

Depression is on the rise, but tools to fight it are easy to find

A recent study by Blue Cross Blue Shield has shown that the number of people with health care insurance who are diagnosed with major depression in America is increasing sharply. Although it is increasing across the board, the increase is most significant for women, teens, and millennials. The statistics were measured from 2013-2016 and showed... Continue Reading →

Access to your DNA profile from home kits may not be private

Many people have used the popular DNA home kits and shipped their DNA off to companies like and to find out what ethnic groups or nations are in their bloodline. In recent years, however, some concerns have been raised about whether or not your DNA is kept private and, if not, who has... Continue Reading →

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