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Ken Ham’s Twitter post and the accompanying post on Facebook pertaining to Dr. Stephen Hawking’s death quickly garnered dozens of responses. Many were from skeptics, some accusing God of giving Dr. Hawking ALS, the motor neuron disease he suffered with nearly his whole life. Did God give him ALS?
The issue that people have with Genesis 2 is that the order of the creation of man, animals, and trees seems to be contrary to the order stated in Genesis 1.
“If God knew that apes and the like would be used so passionately by evolutionists to support their theory, why did he create them?”
This very title promotes a misconception that the debate should clarify for many.
Scientific facts work beautifully in a Christian worldview.
Critics have put forward creative but erroneous conjectures about the upcoming debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham.
Dr. Andrew Snelling explains how radioactive dating methods may help us derive not absolute but relative ages of rocks.
Dr. Danny Faulkner identifies how different assumptions provide different explanations of the origin of comets.
Dr. Danny Faulkner answers questions about the light created on Day One and celestial objects on Day Four. Does belief in God violate operational science?
Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., responds to a reader who believes that God may have miraculously calmed the waters around Noah’s Ark.
Troy Lacey shows that Christians can and do speak error, and that we must be willing to receive correction from Scripture.
Jeremy Ham responds to a skeptic’s charge that we contribute “to the ignorance of humanity.”
Roger Patterson responds to help people answer one of the many attempts of skeptics to discredit the authority of God’s Word over every aspect of life.
Dr. Andrew Snelling, AiG–U.S., responds to a common misconception that the Bible is silent on geological events.
Tim Lovett wraps up his response to a blogger regarding the seaworthiness of Noah’s Ark.
Tim Lovett continues his examination of wooden shipbuilding in response to a blogger.
Tim Lovett examines a blogger’s claims that Noah’s Ark would have been unable to float safely.
Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., explains the reasoning behind the bow fin on our Ark design.
Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., explains the purpose for Ark Encounter and the reason it is being built on land.
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