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Can the Bible be used to justify racist attitudes? Discover what the Bible says about racism and so called "races".
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The Bible does not even use the word race in reference to people, but it does describe all human beings as being of one blood (“from one man”) (Acts 17:26). This of course emphasizes that we are all related, as all humans are descendants of the first man, Adam (1 Corinthians 15:45), who was created in the image of God (Genesis 1:26–27). The last Adam, Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 15:45), also became a descendant of Adam. Any descendant of Adam can be saved because our mutual relative by blood (Jesus Christ) died and rose again. This is why the gospel can (and should) be preached to all tribes and nations.
What constitutes a "race"? Can the Bible be used to justify racist attitudes? Do we have different skin color or different shades? In this concise booklet you'll discover the answers to these questions and many more.
Ken Ham is the founder and CEO of Answers in Genesis and its two popular attractions: the acclaimed Creation Museum and the internationally known Ark Encounter, which features a life-size 510-foot-long Noah’s Ark—sometimes described as the “8th Wonder of the Modern World.” Each year, the two attractions host over 1.5 million guests.
A much-in-demand Christian speaker and interview guest, Ham became well known throughout America for his 2014 evolution/creation debate with Bill Nye, TV’s “The Science Guy.”
Ham hosts the daily radio program Answers, now on 1,000 stations. He’s also the founder of the award-winning Answers magazine. In 2020, Ham launched Answers TV, an ambitious streaming service. His website of AnswersInGenesis.org has twice won the top award from the National Religious Broadcasters for best website.
Ken and his wife Mally have 5 children and 18 grandchildren and reside in Northern Kentucky.