Commercial Appeal

This month’s new feature is something that you have to see to believe—literally. For those of you who haven’t watched it, Answers in Genesis has an exciting new commercial designed to engage believers and non-believers alike. There’s not much time in a short spot to convey what AiG is about, but we think this commercial gives a good taste of how God’s Word is the basis for real answers.

So, click below to watch. And for those of you who have already seen it, we invite you to watch it again—it really is that good.

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What’s in Store for this Month?

Journey through the Creation Museum

Take the Creation Museum home with you and share it with others in the Journey through the Creation Museum DVD

Over 700,000 people have toured the Creation Museum since it opened in 2007. Many of those who visited have told us that the museum exceeded their expectations, which were already high. The only problem? They can’t take it home with them.

While there’s no replacing an actual visit to the museum, you can experience the next best thing: the museum on your TV or computer screen. Our new DVD Journey through the Creation Museum lets you revisit your favorite exhibits as often as you like. Watch animatronic dinosaurs move and roar; get the “inside story” about the exquisitely crafted Tree of Life; and take a chronological walk through history.

The DVD tour also includes a look at the Stargazers Planetarium, the beautiful museum grounds, the full-scale section of Noah’s Ark, and the Petting Zoo. In addition, there’s over an hour of bonus material, including behind-the-scenes commentary and more.

Order the DVD today and invite your friends and family over to take this video tour of the museum with you. Then plan a visit to the Cincinnati area to see it in person.

Question of the Month

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Did You Know?

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