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
Great Sermon! Ken Ham is quickly becoming one of my favorite speakers. Even though he has an unusual dislike for poodles and American food what he has to say is extremely valuable in this day and age. Thanks Ken for all your hard work in preparing these sermons and for allowing the Holy Spirit to work through you. I will continuosly pray for your ministry. Looking forward to meeting you in Heaven. Can you imagine Ken Ham with an American accent?
Great Sermon! Good sermon, Ken. I do feel that if more money were available for Christians to conduct biblical research into creationalism, then messages such as these would become more the norm and would strengthen the faith of the saints.
Great Sermon! I am going through a difficult situation but listening to the pastors it makes alleviates my personal situations because it keeps the love of my GOD growing, I think problems are necessary to learn to love God I understand most of what is preached and I love it thanks God for HIS WORD
Great Sermon! This was very moving for me since I have rediscovered my faith in the past three years. I have listened to debates on several subjects and it seems that the Christians can be knocked down sometimes because they do not know how to come back on subjects that the opposing force puts at them. I am so excited to know I can learn the right way to put creation in terms that will bring more people to Christ in a world that needs God and his glory in the worst way.
Great Sermon! It's amazing how simple the truth really is, and how far some will go to cloud it. This is a great sermon especially if you humble your self when you realize how most of us are guilty of trying to put the cart before the horse. GREAT SERMON!
Great Sermon! This an outstanding lecture. His points are clear, logical, and most importantly biblical. He does an excellent job destroying the myths of racism and it's consequences. I hope all Christians would listen to this and reflect upon their own views of race and learn to judge people, as Christ does, by their works and fruits not their physical appearance or cultural background.
Great Sermon! Bro. Ken teaches us to begin at the beginning. So many Christians begin with the N.T. while this approach shows that we start with the foundation and not the walls in our witnessing! With a strong foundation the body of Christ will remain strong!
Great Sermon! Brother Ken has been a profound teacher of placing things in their proper perspective and cultural framework. His use of Genesis as foundational teaching places a new solution to contemporary evangelizing for the miracle of Christ Jesus. He teaches the true strength in the way to teaching your children well! Listen!
Great Sermon! Outstanding presentation of a primary Christian issue that many in the Church today either ignore or compromise, at a great cost to our witness. Now I have to find time to listen to all the other messages that Ken Ham has on line. Thank You