Creation Ministries International
Creation Ministries International (CMI), formerly known as Answers in Genesis - Australia and Creation Science Foundation, is the estranged and scientifically fraudulent cousin of Ken Ham's infamous Answers in Genesis.
Creation Ministries International began life as the Creation Science Foundation, in 1979, when Ham quit his job as a public school science teacher to begin speaking on creationism. In 1986 Ham left Australia to teach at the Institute for Creation Research; by 1987 his absence was causing leadership problems, and in February he handed control over to Andrew Snelling. In 1993, after 7 years in the US, Ham decided to start, with the assistance of CSF, the Creation Science Ministry, which later became AiG-US. By 1995 the CSF had become the Australian arm of AiG. They initially shared board members, but AiG-Australia suffered a hilariously acrimonious schism from its now much larger partner in 2005 culminating in accusations of witchcraft and hurt feelings all round. They changed their name to Creation Ministries International as a result.
Much like AiG, CMI is an ardent promoter of young Earth creationist claptrap. However, CMI attempts to take a rather more "scholarly" tone than does AiG, if that term can possibly be applied to any creationist organization; it uses the presuppositionalist style of argument, which along with the scholarly veneer may help to explain why CMI doesn't have its own ignorance museum, complete with saddled Triceratops.
On the other hand, CMI publishes Alien Intrusion, UFOs and the Evolution Connection, the author of which was featured on Coast to Coast AM. The description of the interviews says that "aliens are actually fallen angels who are not extraterrestrial in nature, but rather interdimensional. ... He noted that some people had been able to stop alien abductions from taking place ... by invoking the name of Christ. He suggested that this lends credence to the idea that the aliens are demonic in nature, and thus susceptible to invocations that run counter to them."
 See also
- CMI's list of scientists alive today who accept the biblical account of creation (some of whom are scientists)
- Ken Ham
- Carl Wieland
- Andrew A. Snelling
- Jonathan Sarfati
- Philip J. Rayment
- The Voyage that Shook the World
- What they say they believe
- Unidentified flying object
- Snake Carnivory Origin
- What All Atheists Have to Believe
- Is the Bible an Immoral Book?