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This is Ken Ham, founder of the ministry behind the powerful Answers Bible Curriculum. Today we wrap up “Ark week,” our celebration of the eight-year anniversary of the Ark Encounter. Now, we believe that the flood was a real historical event. And that’s because that’s how the Bible describes it! In Genesis we’re told the flood covered every high m…
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This is Ken Ham, inviting you to bring your family to the Ark Encounter in Kentucky. How could Noah fit millions of species onto Noah’s ark? Well, my answer might surprise you—he didn’t! Noah only needed to bring two of every kind of the land-dwelling, air-breathing animals, seven pairs of some, onto the ark. He didn’t need to take two of every mod…
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This is Ken Ham, author, speaker, and blogger on the Bible’s reliability and authority. This week we’re celebrating “Ark week” in honor of the eighth anniversary of the Ark Encounter. So today we’re answering the question, “how did Noah gather so many animals from around the world?” Well, he didn’t! The Bible tells us the animals came to him. God s…
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This is Ken Ham, editor of A Flood of Evidence, filled with answers about the flood. Many people scoff at the idea that one man could build a massive wooden ship like the one described in Genesis. But does the Bible say only one man built the Ark? Well, no, it doesn’t. There’s nothing in the Bible that says Noah couldn’t’ve hired people to help him…
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This is Ken Ham, CEO of the ministry behind the life-size Noah’s Ark in Northern Kentucky. Yesterday was the eight-year anniversary of the opening of the Ark Encounter. So we’re celebrating with Ark week where I’ll answer five common objections to the account of Noah’s ark and the flood. The Bible describes Noah’s ark as a massive wooden ship—over …
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This is Ken Ham, and I’m passionate about the authority of God’s Word and the gospel message. In 2 Peter we read, “one day is with the Lord as a thousand years.” Now some Christians claim we can’t know how long the days in Genesis were because, well, a day is a thousand years! But creation isn’t the context of Second Peter—the context is Jesus’ sec…
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This is Ken Ham, author of the very practical book Cultures in Chaos and a Conflicted Church. I’ve always taught the plain truth from Scripture that God created in just six twenty-four-hour days. Now some people claim that I’m limiting God by teaching this, but that claiming God created over billions of years doesn’t limit him. But insisting on six…
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This is Ken Ham, inviting you to bring your family to the God-honoring Creation Museum. All this week we’re asking, “Did God really create in six days?” Many Christians ask this question not because the Bible isn’t clear—we’ve seen that it’s very clear! They wonder because they’ve been influenced by man’s ideas about the past! But consider the orde…
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This is Ken Ham, CEO of the ministry behind the popular VBS program, Answers VBS. Yesterday we looked at the question of “how long did God take to create?” We learned that day in Genesis one means, well, day—a twenty-four-hour day! And the book of Exodus confirms that. In Exodus 20, when God gave Moses the Ten Commandments, he said, “For in six day…
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This is Ken Ham, CEO of the Ark Encounter attraction in Northern Kentucky. Some Christians claim that we can’t know how long it took for God to create. Yes, the Bible says God created in six days but we can’t know how long those days were. But is that true? No—not at all! You see, we can know what a word means by the context. And whenever the Hebre…
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This is Ken Ham, founder of the apologetics ministry of Answers in Genesis. Back in the nineteenth century the evolutionist Ernst Haeckel published drawings of embryos of several different species. He claimed these drawings showed how embryos pass through different evolutionary stages like a fish stage or a reptile stage as they grow. He convinced …
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This is Ken Ham, founder of the ministry behind the popular Answers Bible Curriculum. Have you ever heard of the peppered moth? It’s a supposed example of evolution often used in biology classrooms. Here’s the story in many textbooks: Before the Industrial Revolution, birds saw and then ate more of the dark variety of peppered moths sitting on tree…
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This is Ken Ham, author, speaker, and blogger on science and the Bible’s reliability. This week we’re looking at icons of evolution. And one of those icons is the supposed driving force of evolution—mutations, mistakes in our DNA. Now most mutations are very harmful and cause disease and death. Some go unnoticed. Only a select few are beneficial an…
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This is Ken Ham, founder of the popular magazine for the whole family called Answers. Natural selection is one of the icons of evolution with examples of natural selection, like Darwin’s finches, given as “proof” of evolution. Now, these finches have different-sized beaks, allowing them to eat different foods. So evolutionists will say, “See, we’re…
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This is Ken Ham, inviting you to visit the Creation Museum in Northern Kentucky. Open a high school biology textbook and you’ll probably find Darwin’s finches given as proof of evolution. And why? Well, there are different species of finches on the Galápagos Islands. Textbooks say finches, through natural selection and mutations, became different s…
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This is Ken Ham, head of the ministry producing the family-friendly Answers Bible Curriculum. All this week we’ve looked at a fossil find of a young tyrannosaur with some drumsticks in its stomach. But what creature did it eat? Well, the articles reporting on the find said this tyrannosaur’s final meal was two baby dinosaurs. But if you read the ar…
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This is Ken Ham, inviting you to visit the world-class Creation Museum in Kentucky. This week we’ve been looking at a recent find of a fossil tyrannosaur with some drumsticks in its stomach. Now this fossil must’ve been formed after sin because God originally created everything to be vegetarian. So Christians who try to add millions of years into t…
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This is Ken Ham, editor of the helpful resource on the flood and fossils, A Flood of Evidence. Yesterday we discussed a neat fossil find of a young tyrannosaur fossilized with its final meal in its stomach. But why do we have fossils? Well, most people think of fossils in terms of millions of years. But the Bible’s history explains why we have bill…
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This is Ken Ham, author, speaker, and blogger on the Bible’s reliability and authority. Yesterday we learned that God created the animal kinds—including all the dinosaurs—to be vegetarian. So, why did researchers find a fossil tyrannosaur with its final meal of some drumsticks in its stomach? Well, the Bible explains that too! You see, God original…
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This is Ken Ham, author of the popular book for children, Dinosaurs for Kids. If I asked you what a T. rex ate, you’d probably answer, “Anything it wanted to!” After all, it was a massive creature with very big, sharp teeth. But, well, the Bible actually tells us what this creature originally ate! You see, God originally created all of the animal k…
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This is Ken Ham, editor of the best-selling apologetics series, The New Answers Books. One of the most-asked questions about Genesis is: who was Cain’s wife? Well, we know from Scripture Adam and Eve, Cain’s parents, were the first people and everyone is descended from them. So, Cain’s wife had to have come from them. Now, Genesis tells us Adam and…
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This is Ken Ham, author and speaker on the Bible’s authority and reliability. Yesterday we talked about the UN’s push for Americans to eat less meat to help stop climate change. Well, here are three truths to think about when you hear such claims: One. God gave man dominion over the earth—not the other way around! Two. After the flood God changed o…
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This is Ken Ham, head of the ministry that built a full-size Noah’s Ark at Ark Encounter. Last year the United Nations said they’ll soon call on Americans to eat less meat to reduce emissions. Now this idea has big scientific problems but where does it really come from? Well, the “climate change” the UN talks about is actually an anti-God religion …
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This is Ken Ham, an editor of the helpful guide, The War on Gender and Marriage. Yesterday I shared a study that found male and female athletes have different race times, and that’s true no matter how they choose to identify. Well, that’s a study only considered necessary because we live in a world that has rejected the obvious truth from both God’…
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