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Christmas is changing and becoming more and more secular. This easy-to-read booklet shows the surprising connection between Christmas and the creation of the world. Great to send with all of your Christmas cards and letters!
And why is Christmas being viewed differently today? What has happened to cause an event which has so influenced the modern world to be slowly erased from people’s thinking?
Christmas is changing and becoming more and more secular. This easy-to-read booklet shows the surprising connection between Christmas and the creation of the world as it details the message of the Babe born in Bethlehem. Beginning with the history of Christmas and how it has been changing, and ending with the message of the gospel, this is still one of our best evangelism booklets!
Ken Ham is the Founder 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.
A prolific blogger and author of more than 30 books, Ham’s newest releases are Divine Dilemma (understanding death, disease, and suffering), Divided Nation (about today’s culture wars), and the devotional commentary Creation to Babel.
Ken and his wife, Mally, have five children, many grandchildren, and a great-grandchild and reside in Northern Kentucky.