Recent LIVE Broadcasts

Recent LIVE Broadcasts

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Recent LIVE Broadcasts
  • 10/25 Who Says We Can Make a Universe?

    Raven attacks coffee drone; Harvard astronomy chair continues to assert absurdities; Chinese publish giant scorpion fossil Terropterus xiushanensis; Father details how LGBTQIA+ therapists harmed his son . . . and other stories reviewed during this October 25, 2021, broadcast of Answers News.

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  • 10/20 Why Do Atheists See Junk DNA?

    Ontario bear struggles to swipe pumpkin; UK union allows teachers to self-identify as black; Canadian bureaucrats continue to use police power against Christian assemblies; Research forces atheists away from junk DNA claims . . . and other stories reviewed during this October 20, 2021, broadcast ...

  • 10/18 Big Tech Threatens “Climate Change Deniers”?

    Ontario woman wakes up to meteorite on her pillow, YouTube & Google decide to stop monetization of so-called "climate change deniers," Superman now bisexual, ‘dinosaur shrimp’ emerge after Arizona monsoon, Lego to remove gender stereotypes from toys, the odds we are living in a computer simulatio...

  • 10/13 Tardigrades Ruin Evolutionists’ Day

    Legendary Florida man captures gator in his trash can, wins the internet in the process; How did apples get their shapes?; New study captures sugar transport fundamental to plants; Once-in-a-generation tardigrade fossil discovery reveals new species in 16-million-year-old amber; Biden fully rever...

  • 10/11 Man Becomes Sportswoman of the Year

    Squirrel hid 175 pounds of nuts in Chevy Avalanche pickup while owner was away, Fox news host Ainsley Earhardt launches series ‘Beyond and Back’ to show ‘proof of Heaven’, researchers explore what drives animal infanticide, transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard named Sportswoman of the Year, Ca...

  • Scoffers of Creation and the Flood

    Creation isn’t “just” a Genesis issue! In a new book, Scoffers: Responding to Those Who Deliberately Overlook Creation and the Flood, Simon Turpin, director of AiG–UK/Europe, examines 2 Peter 3 exegetically, skillfully and powerfully defending the truth of God’s Word in Genesis, and our confident...

  • 10/06 Did 3D Scans Find Noah's Ark?

    Boston owner sells skinny house; Scans put Turkish Durupinar formation back into the headlines; Western Washington University segregates students based on skin color; Evolutionists argue about meaning of human footprints fossilized in New Mexico; William Lane Craig endorses old mytho-history here...

  • 10/04 Did Crocodiles Eat Plants?

    Danish man claims theft was art; Reaseachers pull wings off of flys and take photographs in effort to understand evolution; U.S. District judge rules against a Catholic school that taught some subjects were secular and others religious; Doctoral students examining replica teeth determine ancient ...

  • 9/29 Did Asteroids Destroy Sodom?

    Swiss psychologists develop phobia app; Parents choose charter and private schools for children locked out of public education; Biologists identify gene mutation linked to pigeon beak size; Texas governor signs law banning drugs that induce abortion; Interdisciplinary team publishes hypothesis to...

  • 9/27 Who Made the First Clothing?

    Handprints and footprints of children found fossilized in limestone on the Tibetan Plateau; Furthur study of plant reproductive structures forces evolutionists to change their story; Pastors wrestle with implications of William Lane Craig's mytho-history; Barcelona team studies cliff layers to hy...

  • 9/22 Will CRISPR Bring Back Mammoths?

    Dazzle the dog stops cricket game; Fired flight attendants sue Alaska Airlines for religious discrimination; Paleontologists tell apex predator tales based on a partial jawbone fossil; Investors give Colossal $15 million to de-extinct woolly mammoths; Texas Right to Life receives bomb threats, s...

  • 9/20 Will More Parents Homeschool?

    Research from penguin fossil found fifteen years ago by school kids gets published this month; Record crowds at the Ark Encounter & Creation Museum lead to new expansion plans; Asian paper wasp nests glow in ultraviolet light; Tree resin preserves female spider, her egg sac, and silk; Homeschooli...

  • 9/15 Do You See What I See?

    Mom posts funny photo of her daughter and a stingray; New York Democrat calls Texan Christians "extremists" and recommends home abortions; Religious leaders form group to oppose Texas abortion law; Dakota triceratops to be sold at French auction; American Psychological Association report contradi...

  • 9/13 What If Aliens Don’t Exist?

    Tably app measures whether pet cats are healthy; Team led by graduate student claims that intelligently designed antibiotic treatment follows mindless evolutionary principles; Wild cockatoos make utensils out of tree branches to open fruit pits; San Francisco government will pay high-risk men to ...

  • Design in God's World

    In this webinar, Prof. Burgess will discuss various design features with Simon Turpin and show how such designs reveal a designer . . . who is God.

    Viewers who join this event LIVE at 7:30pm on Answers.TV, AiG’s YouTube channel and AiG-UK’s Facebook page will have an opportunity to ask question...

  • 9/08 Who Leads Harvard?

    Canadian weatherman's dog joins broadcast; Booksellers apologize for true books; Palaeontologists spin teeth into three new creatures with backstories; Biologists find even less time for plants to evolve moisture-regulating stomata; President insists Texas abortion limits are “outrageous” and "e...

  • 9/01 Can a Majority Be Wrong?

    Researchers see a "golden" bear in Peru; Probe survey shows large decline in US Christianity over the last 10 years; Homosexual advice columnist helps people leaving God to find Magic; Bank of America, Lowe’s and Truist sponsor CRT training to make employees "woke at work"; Colorado father persua...

  • 8/30 Who Blends Animal and Human DNA?

    Connecticut bear steals package; Lawmakers fail to block research into human-animal hybrids; Survey shows correlation between worldview and belief in alien life; HuffPost tries to marginalize Ken Ham; Geologists try to explain why millions of years of rocks are missing; Harvard biologists publish...

  • 8/25 Do Children Belong to the State?

    Black cat leads rescuers to missing woman; Snopes fact-checker caught cheating; Researchers model asteroid impacts; Scientists document how fetal membranes heal; School district instructs teachers when lie to parents about gender; Columnist repeats biased inaccurate history; Finland joins Sweden ...

  • 8/23 Do Diamonds Tell Time?

    Olympian sells silver medal to pay for infant’s heart surgery; Judge rules against father who wants his son to be recognized as a boy; French research team overturns Darwin's view of the appendix; Paleontologists realize beetle fossil must have been buried rapidly; Evolutionary geologists try to ...

  • 8/18 Who Says We Deny Science?

    Botanists identify another insect eating plant; Danish political scientists consider evolutionary advantages of lying; Smithsonian documentary mistakes Nebuchadnezzar's tower for Tower of Babel; Psychologists publish their prejudice against the biblical worldview; Baptists reject Jesus' view of G...

  • 8/16 When Did These Cave Lions Die?

    Trojan horse hoax returns to embarrass media; Largest teacher's union sues mother of kindergarten student; Creationists and evolutionists disagree about cave lion ice mummy evidence; Canadian pastor defends congregation from LGBTQIA+ intolerance; London police arrest American street preacher . . ...

  • Atheism and the Evidence for God

    In this webinar, Prof. McIntosh will discuss various atheistic arguments with Simon Turpin and explain how you can answer atheists’ questions with evidence for God. Includes an opportunity for your questions to be asked.

  • 8/11 Can Broken Pots Prove God Spoke?

    California regulations on animal welfare impact US pork supply; Philistine skeletons DNA suggests European ancestry; Evolutionists publish peer-reviewed kleptotrichy paper about bird behavior that has been on YouTube for years; Fiji's rugby team praises Jesus for Olympic gold; Polish team's metal...