This web site was first put on-line in June of 1997. Since then it has grown into one of the largest Biblical Creation apologetics web sites on the Internet. (Here is what we looked like - back in 1998!)
Today www.creationism.org has visitors every month from almost every country around the globe; from New Zealand, to Saudi Arabia, to the Seyshelles, to the Vatican, to India, to North & South Korea. They're coming by the tens of thousands - each month!
Please consider donating. Most of our information is free to view and download. No pop-ups. No cookies. And we host quality Bible-supporting information in over 90 languages now!
I (Paul Abramson, the editor) work various part-time and full-time jobs in order to make ends meet. Almost all of the translators are also volunteers.
There are big ministries out there that send out full-color monthly mailers. I/we don't do that. But if you could prayerfully consider helping this small ministry's efforts - it would be appreciated. Prayers are needed; and donations would be helpful. Note that donations are not tax deductible, sorry. (If you donate, please also send a short Email to: email@example.com )
Additional note to Westerners: Yes, I know this web page is not "sophisticated" - we choose adding content (and staying at HTML 4.0) over making high-tech "bells & whistles" on the site. Time is limited; in many countries Internet connections are slow. We can only do so much. It is quality content and lots of translations that I/we focus on each month.
Did you know that about 1/4 (25%) of computers worldwide are still using
WinXP! ... And 4-6% of folks out there are using even older computers (with
less memory, slow Internet speeds, etc.). That makes it almost 1/3rd of
folks! (Jesus said to preach the Gospel to "the poor", i.e. to the folks
with old, slow computers - who are looking for content in their native
language(s)). We thus tend to use *small* images or a few basic colors to make a page
look brighter. The less complex the code - the better! And we want old printers
to still be able to *print* the articles consistently. Lord Bless You, Paul Abramson