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This fun book for kids teaches how the Ark had only one door that Noah's family and the animals could enter in to be saved from the flood. Our personal salvation is found through a single door as well, which is Jesus. Previously titled, "A Special Door."
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God told Noah to put a door in the side of the Ark—and it was through this single door that Noah's family and the animals entered to be saved from the Great Flood. Our own personal salvation is also found through a single door—that of Jesus Christ. It's what we teach at the Ark Encounter.
In this fun children's book, over 15 "doors" reveal secret messages of how Noah's Ark echoes other truths about Jesus, too. As the Great Flood swept away the world that Noah and his family knew, God protected them in the Ark. If we acknowledge we are sinners and receive Jesus Christ as our Savior, God ensures our spiritual survival through eternal life with Christ. Jesus is the only true door to salvation.
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.