I Don’t Understand The Behemoth Magazine (by Ken Ham)

Well, the editors of Christianity Today have announced a new project. They started The Behemoth, a magazine that “aims to help people behold the glory of God all around them, in the worlds of science, history, theology, medicine, sociology, Bible, and personal narrative.”  Behemoth is the name of a great beast God describes to Job beginning in Job 40:15.

Now, we at Answers in Genesis believe it’s very important to marvel at God’s creation—and an understanding of the miraculous six-day creation in Genesis 1 is a vital part of understanding and appreciating God’s creation.  But we also know that Christianity Today promotes compromise positions on Genesis and has not been friendly at all toward AiG and the position we hold on the authority of God’s Word from Genesis 1:1. So we are fairly sure we know what this new magazine will be promoting! Continue reading

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3 Responses to I Don’t Understand The Behemoth Magazine (by Ken Ham)

  1. Michael Snow says:

    Actually, Ken Ham and AIG interpret Genesis One as if verses 1 and 2 did not exist. That is the only way that they can claim that the Bible teaches a 6,000 year old earth. http://textsincontext.wordpress.com/2012/05/03/creation-young-earth-ham-nye-genesis-one/

  2. Ken Hamrick says:

    I strongly disagree, Michael. The creation account moves smoothly, uniformly, and contiguously, from “the beginning” through the seventh day. There is nothing in the text that would make one go looking for a gap, if it were not for the pressure felt from outside of Scripture, in the physical evidence that secular science assures us is proof of an old earth. The gap is shoehorned into the text only because some readers think that it has to be there.

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