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The “State of the Nation” address I gave last night (broadcast live on our website, on Cornerstone Television, and on CDR radio) is now available to watch online at www.answerslive.org. You can also order the DVD at our online store and it will be shipped the 25th of this month.
CREATIONIST STATE OF THE UNIONOf course, I covered many other topics in the address, including the so-called “separation of church and state” issue, the statements and beliefs of President Obama, public education, and many more. You can read the report and see excerpts of the talk here.
Creation Museum founder: U.S. should take Genesis literally
PETERSBURG, Ky. (AP) — The founder of the Creation Museum says American Christians are losing the culture war because many of them now believe what he calls the “pagan religion” of evolution.
In what he characterized as a “State of the Union” speech from his museum in Kentucky, Ken Ham rebuked churches and Christian scholars who don’t believe in a young Earth and creation in six days. Ham argued that the opening chapters of Genesis are Christianity's foundation, so attempts to reconcile the Bible’s teaching with evolution undermine faith in Jesus’ divinity and resurrection.
Ham called for “a new Reformation to call the church back to the authority of the word of God.”
To find out more about the affiliate group in Peru and the Ramdaths, please take a peek at its Spanish-language website at www.cclcanopy.org
All day long I have stretched forth my handsThanks for stopping by and thanks for praying, Ken
(Romans 10:21) But to Israel he said, All day long I have stretched forth my hands unto a disobedient and gainsaying people.
The Lord Jesus Christ stretches out His hands to the Jews to come to Him to be saved, and our hands go out to them in witness and out to God for them in prayer.