The Bible-upholding ministry of AIG was prominently featured in America’s “newspaper of record” on December 1, although it was not all complimentary. The New York Times has a lengthy article-with a large photo of AIG president Ken Ham standing before AiG’s dinosaur models-on page 15, which leads the section entitled “National Report.” Generally, the piece was well written, but was somewhat mocking (e.g., the headline used Ken’s Australian phrase, “hotting up,” which would be unusual for Americans who use the phrase “heating up,” and labelled Ken as “Captain Creation”).
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