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Ken Ham & Jason Lisle vs. Hugh Ross & Walt Kaiser. Compelling! This debate series is a wake-up call regarding biblical compromise. It should be viewed by every pastor, adult Sunday school teacher, and church board in America. Excellent for concerned parents, too.
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This series of debates is must-viewing for all Christian leaders. It includes ten 25-minute segments on 5 DVDs and an exclusive bonus commentary track by geology historian Dr. Terry Mortenson.
Ken Ham, AiG president, is perhaps the most widely recognized creation-apologist in the world today. In this 5-disk set of DVDs, he and AiG astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle engage Drs. Hugh Ross (Reasons to Believe) and Walt Kaiser (president of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary), both of whom are proponents of an old earth, no-global-flood view of Bible interpretation. In this eye-opening debate, well-mannered disagreement is punctuated by intriguing confrontations as these four Christian leaders communicate their views. Ham and Lisle implore Ross and Kaiser to accept the Genesis account of history as written, while Ross and Kaiser argue for their view that the first chapters of Genesis are more symbolism than history. This specially prepared version, produced by AiG, features the exact programs as edited and broadcast by the John Ankerberg TV ministry, PLUS two segments which were not aired and a separate audio track by Dr. Terry Mortenson, who contributes additional research and rebuttals in response to old-earth arguments presented by Drs. Kaiser, Ross, and Ankerberg. Essential for pastors and anyone who wants to understand the great debate!
The president, CEO, and founder of Answers in Genesis-US and the highly acclaimed Creation Museum, Ken Ham is one of the most in-demand Christian speakers in North America. View resources by Ken Ham.