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Recently a video on YouTube entitled “Creationism is inappropriate for children” was produced by Bill Nye (known as “Bill Nye the Science Guy” from television), and it received over three million views—and gained much publicity through the secular media.
AiG responded to Nye’s anti-creationist video with a detailed article on the AiG website and also two videos on YouTube. In one video, I decided to personally respond and with the title “Bill Nye the Humanist Guy.” Bill Nye was given the humanist of the year award in 2010 and has a definite anti-God agenda. So it should not be surprising to anyone that he would come out with such a blast at those who don't teach children evolution as fact—as he wants to see happen.
I don't think it’s a coincidence that this anti-creation video has been posted as Bill Nye has a new video show coming on YouTube. I'm sure he and those producing his new show realized that if they came out against creationists, particularly in regard to the teaching of children, they would get all sorts of publicity leading up to their new show.
I encourage you to watch both YouTube videos produced by AiG and the Creation Museum—they both expose Bill Nye and the falsity of his arguments:
I also encourage you to read AiG's detailed written response to Bill Nye's propaganda video.
And I love how AiG's cartoonist Dan Lietha responded to Bill Nye.
There have been a number of media articles linked to or mentioned AiG's various responses:
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Answers in Genesis is an apologetics ministry, dedicated to helping Christians defend their faith and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively. We focus on providing answers to questions about the Bible—particularly the book of Genesis—regarding key issues such as creation, evolution, science, and the age of the earth.