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That’s a Fact Show
That’s a Fact is an online show, produced by the Institute for Creation Research, to showcase one truth at a time about the Bible, creation, and science in a fun, visual, and engaging format—and in 2 minutes or less. Powered by ICR (Institute for Creation Research), each That’s a Fact show gets us thinking about scientific discoveries and how they relate to the Bible. Keep up with each episode through this show site, and share That’s a Fact with your friends!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How often does That’s a Fact TV air new episodes?
A: That’s a Fact posts new episodes generally every two weeks. Bookmark www.thatsafacttv.com and sign up to receive updates, and check the “Next Episode” widget for news on upcoming shows!
Q: Who produces That’s a Fact shows?
A: The Institute for Creation Research (ICR) in Dallas, Texas. Visit us at www.icr.org.
Q: Where do you get all the facts for the shows?
A: That’s a Fact draws information from the scientists at the Institute for Creation Research.
Q: Can I show That’s a Fact in my school, church, Bible study, etc.?
A: Yes, you can present That’s a Fact episodes through online streaming only from the show site for non-commercial use.
Q: Can I copy the shows?
A: Sorry, ICR’s That’s a Fact show is Copyrighted by the Institute for Creation Research. You are only allowed to view episodes through online streaming, for personal/individual use, or for non-commercial group viewing.
Q: Is That’s a Fact available in other languages?
A: Not at this time.
Q: Is That’s a Fact available for purchase or download?
Q: Can I embed That’s a Fact on my website or my YouTube page?
A: No. Just like any other type of show, you can view episodes on the show site. Bookmark www.thatsafacttv.com for convenience.
Q: Why don’t I see my comment on a post?
A: Comments on the site are moderated for appropriateness. We encourage your conversation with each other, but keep comments civil, short, and mature.
Q: How can I get in touch with the show’s producers?
A: Use the form on the Contact page to send your comments or questions. However, know that with nearly a half a million hits on the show in just the past months, we cannot respond to most inquiries. We do appreciate your feedback.
Q: Where can I study more on the topics you present?
A: Visit www.icr.org and use the convenient Search tool for over 40 years worth of articles on these subjects.
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