Join Eric Hovind and Paul Taylor for the first episode of this four-part series on how life began. Did life originate in the primordial soup? Did all the right chemicals mysteriously combine and explode to create life? Evolutionists have a number of theories about how life began, and on this program Eric and Paul examine […]
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AiG Mega Conference – Stupendous! We spent the last week at the Answers in Genesis Mega Conference. Wow! What an opportunity to sit under the teaching of creation scientists that are out there in the field, doing the work, doing the research, and bringing it home to us. Their reports outrageously reconfirm that creation brings […]
Is Satan a Fallen Angel? Eric and Paul talk with their special guest, Bodie Hodge, about the origins and nature of Satan. Bodie is a speaker, writer and researcher with Answers in Genesis, and is the author of the book “The Fall of Satan”.
We are enjoying the Creation Conference Excitement bustles everywhere! Here at the Answers in Genesis Mega Conference Registration over 1,600 have already checked in for the fun-filled exciting week of spiritual and physical nourishment. The auditorium is packed out! Rex, my 18-foot pet dinosaur, is chopping at the bit to get out of his […]
It is very common for people to object to the idea that the early chapters of Genesis are literally true. One of the most common objections raised is that of two creation accounts. It is said that Genesis 1 and Genesis 2 contain two different creation myths that cannot both be true. In chapter 1, […]
Paul Taylor and Eric Hovind go on-location to Mobile, AL to interview Answers in Genesis founder Ken Ham. They discuss the early days of Ken’s ministry, gay marriage, and the state of the Church in America as it has failed to uphold the authority of God’s Word.
Paul and Eric reveal and discuss the first session of Paul’s new expository DVD curriculum, The Six Days of Genesis.
A little while ago, I blogged about Bill Nye’s nonsensical comments on creationism. Well, it appears that he has been making even more foolish and ill-informed comments on the subject of attempting to ban creationism from education. In a piece to CNN, he described belief in creationism as being like belief in a flat earth. […]