Great Sermon! I am a salesman and see people at their houses every day. I carry a cd with Ken Ham's sermon/s which I leave behind if I feel that the people will really listen to it "So Ken, hope to see you here in South Africa some day, I am spreading your sermons."
A new understanding I never realized that I was degrading the authority of the Bible by trying to come to terms with a 6 day creation by using science as a factor. I repented after this sermon. God's Word is nothing but the truth, no matter what man says!
Great Sermon! This Answers in Genesis (AiG) Creation Conference will equip you to defend your faith, starting from the very first verse of scripture. AiG is in the forefront of the battle for the defense of Biblical creation, and this will be the largest conference AiG has ever hosted in New Jersey. Your attendance will provide you with a stronger awareness of the preciousness and dependability of scripture. Additional information on Answers in Genesis is available on the "About AiG" page.
See Ken Ham Live in NJ This Answers in Genesis (AiG) Creation Conference will equip you to defend your faith, starting from the very first verse of scripture. AiG is in the forefront of the battle for the defense of Biblical creation, and this will be the largest conference AiG has ever hosted in New Jersey. Your attendance will provide you with a stronger awareness of the preciousness and dependability of scripture. Additional information on Answers in Genesis is available on the "About AiG" page.
Great Sermon! This is important, to believe in 6 literal days. I live where evolution, like the USA, is taught in the schools. PRAY that missionaries will teach that God created the heavens and the earth in 6 literal days.
Great Sermon! I was raised in the Presbyterian Church(USA) denomination, and spent 30 years there, when in His grace, God saved me from hell, and from continued PCUSA teaching. I'm not sure if Ken Ham and "Answers in Genesis" is studied in PCUSA Seminaries, but they certainly should be!
After I was saved, I was so angry about the poor quality of my public school education, and my secular state university education, both because of the absence of enough scientific evidence about evolution to even give it the dignity of a theory; but I was angriest with the one place that should have taught me the TRUTH of Genesis long before public school and college . . . . my denomination. Genesis is literally true, and Ken Ham pulls no punches in telling this story!
May God have mercy on ALL the mainline denominations who continue to lead their people astray.
Great Sermon! this is a message for our generation.Christians need to wake up to the fact that this generation and the generations to come have no fondation of a creator anymore. We need to believe the Bible from the beginning! People will not come to Jesus today because the evidence for the creator is apparently been disproven. We need to lay the right foundation again and then the message of the cross will make sense!!.
Great Sermon! First, every single disbeliever should read Job 38:4-41 and 39:1-30. Explain these occurances and creations please. None of the athiests or agnostics can.
Second, consider the human eye as it refocuses 100,000 times in a day. Why can we taste so many marvelous things? Who invented the ear? Smell is keen. Study the human anatomy in detail, amazing!
I didn't evolve from slime or apes and neither did you. You are part of a perfect and intricate plan. You are special. There is no living creature exactly like you!
Finally, at that moment of death will you share the bible given hope and promise that, indeed, there is more than this? You can, you know.
Great Sermon! Ken arms us with the facts about about creation and evolution. He doesn't waffle on but rather provides us with a consise argument full of wisdom, understanding and insight. If only God made more men like Ken then the devil would truly be in for a fight!
From another perspective? Genesis 1 and Genesis 2 do not describe creation from different perspectives. The two accounts cannot be reconciled apart from the realization that the Adamic race was created separately from and subsequently to the other races. There is no outcry over the fact that God singled out for favour and special relationship the descendants of the line Abraham-Isaac-Jacob and the nation of Israel. Why, then, should there be an outcry over the fact that God singled out for favour and special relationship the Adamic race? Scripture gives no indication that it applies to any race other than the Adamic race.
Nice try! First of all I want to say great sermon really!! But one big point is left out and that is the assumption creationists have which is that the bible is all true. Why is there God? Because the bible says so and why is the bible the truth? Because it's the word of God. That's really just talking in circles. Besides that he keeps on asking whether or not we were thrown together by pure chance into full-blown people. That's not the point nor is it a valid point. If you believe in evolution, you believe it started with the tiniest 1celled lifeform which came probably from plantlife which came from water. So why is it so hard to believe that gradually things get more advanced through mutations (which Ken said to believe in even)? And another thing he said, was that information doesn't come from matter, so our DNA can't just have become out of nothing so someone has to have put it there. As the word DNA in itself says it's an acid what we make out of it is our interpretation so it's not like words in a language, for which the language has to be there before the words, it's a system purely material which we turn in to letters to help us understand it. Even the analogy of the language was completely false because someone doesn't and can't even create a language it's an intersubjctive thing
Great Sermon! Ken Ham touches on many things which I feel that most families NEED to be thinking about. I'm extremely thankful that I was able to find this one and I'm definitely recommending it to others.
Great Sermon! Ken Ham has also become one of my favorite speakers. Looking at evangelism from different angles and the insight presented in his sermons. God is working greatly in his ministry, and I pray the Holy Spirit guides his words (and his great sense of humor, about coming to the USA) for the sermons to come. Great Speaker! God bless.
Benjamin S. Esh