In this issue . . .
Ken Ham answers: More than ever in our increasingly secularized culture, Christians need to actively rescue our children. Regarding this need for rescue, I think of Galatians 1:4; it declares that Jesus Christ “gave himself for our sins so that He might rescue us from this present evil age, according to the will of our God and Father.”
When we consider this “rescue,” believers usually think of rescuing children from secular humanists who are actively trying to pull children away from God’s Word. But the Bible warns us about another group of people from whom our children need to be rescued: “‘Woe to the shepherds who destroy and scatter the sheep of My pasture!’ says the Lord” (Jeremiah 23:1).
Find out how many Christian leaders are hurting young people’s faith—and what AiG is doing about it.
The next generation is calling it quits on the traditional church. This powerful book by Ken Ham and Britt Beamer reveals shocking trends and offers wisdom on how to win back our families, our churches, and our world!
The many faces of loris: Lots more loris species than previously thought, all sweating out their survival.
Grand carving: What carved the Grand Canyon?
Ancient human DNA: Revolutionary DNA sequencing technique said to be “a powerful new tool to fish for genes that have recently evolved.”
War of words: Search for evolutionary explanation of languages falls short and lands at Babel.
Science teacher’s soapbox: Science teacher reveals his unscientific bias and blind spot.
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