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An Irenic & Vigorous Creationism Discussion at SBC Voices

by Ken Hamrick Most debates between Old-Earthers and Young-Earthers deteriorate to anger and ad hominem after about 100 comments. Recently, SBC Voices posted my article, “Helping Old-Earth Creationists Face the Supernatural Question,” which had been posted here. The discussion at … Continue reading

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Ark Encounter—A Great Evangelistic Outreach | Answers in Genesis

by Ken Ham on September 22, 2014 The last part of July was a very interesting week here! After years of prayer, numerous battles, and lots of hard work—they all came together, and we are now starting construction of the … Continue reading

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Helping Old-Earth Creationists Face the Supernatural Question

by Ken Hamrick Instead of arguing for or against the scientific evidence, or arguing the merits of possible exegetical ways to reconcile Scripture with a billions-of-years chronology, I propose that—for the sake of argument-–we eliminate the evidence question all together. … Continue reading

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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, … Continue reading

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Recent Fiat Creationism: Rendering Evolution & Old-Earth Evidence Irrelevant

This article was written to answer the questions, “What if evolution were proven to be true? How would that affect your faith?”  by Ken Hamrick One of the best ways to defeat an opposing argument is to render its evidence … Continue reading

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How Long Will You Falter Between Two Opinions?

by Ken Hamrick 1 Kings 18:21 NKJV, “And Elijah came to all the people, and said, ‘How long will you falter between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow Him; but if Baal, follow him.’ But the people answered … Continue reading

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How We Lost the High Ground: The Delegitimizing of Christian Truth Claims

by Ken Hamrick As we approach 2014, Christianity is under attack as never before in this country. These are troubling times. The evangelical Church has always been in the minority, and the world has always been opposed to the Church; … Continue reading

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Old-Earth Creationists Embrace the Bias of Secular Science

For the sake of argument, accept for the moment that God did supernaturally create the universe (and all that is in it) in six literal days, about six thousand years ago. Certainly, even Old-Earth Creationists would agree that God was … Continue reading

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ALREADY GONE!

Ken Ham, of the Creation Museum and Answers in Genesis, speaks on the topic of why 70% of youth of evangelical churches are abandoning the faith when they become adults. This video is also an excellent apologetic for Biblical creationism.  Watch the … Continue reading

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A Week of Bill Nye the Humanist Guy

Recently a video on YouTube entitled “Creationism is inappropriate for children” was produced by Bill Nye (known as “Bill Nye the Science Guy” from television), and it received over three million views—and gained much publicity through the secular media. AiG … Continue reading

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To Which Will You Give the Benefit of the Doubt: ‘Science’ or Scripture?

The whole framework of science versus theology is incorrect. Science can only observe what is observable. When they venture to explain origins, they venture out of the purview of science and into the purview of theology and philosophy.

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Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing?

…Last month, a story was released about a [Southern] Baptist pastor who preached a sermon on the inerrancy of Scripture—but really, it was a sermon against biblical inerrancy. Read the rest of this entry at Ken Ham’s blog»

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Don’t Be Fooled: Day Means Day

The claim that the word “day” means only a measurement of time is not an accurate claim.

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