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Answers with Ken Ham
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Ken Ham is president of Answers in Genesis and cofounder of the 75,000-square-foot Creation Museum. This daily, 60-second audio program is also broadcast on over 950 radio stations.
 
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This is Ken Ham, on a mission to strengthen the global church with God’s Word. Matthew Maury was an officer in the US Navy who loved the Lord … and his Word. Now, he read in Psalm chapter eight about the “paths of the seas.” He believed God’s Word, so he set out to find these paths. What he discovered were the ocean currents. His discovery revo ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, often interviewed on radio and TV on the Bible’s reliability and authority. A scientist named Alfred Wegener usually gets credit for the idea that there was originally just one continent. But he was mocked because he didn’t really have an explanation of how the continents moved. But many years before, a scientist, Antonio Snide ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, author , speaker , and blogger on science and the Bible’s reliability. When Jesus talked about the coming judgment, he said it’d be like the days of Noah. People would be eating, drinking, and getting married, not realizing judgment was coming. Now, many Christians today say Noah’s flood was just a local flood. But, what does t ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, author of a book sent to most pastors in America called Gospel Reset a>. Some people think of Noah’s ark as a small boat, overcrowded with animals. That’s because of the silly illustrations we’ve all seen. But the biblical ark was nothing like that. It was a massive ship—over five-hundred feet long and eighty-five feet wide. No ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, and our popular life-size Noah’s Ark is located in Northern Kentucky. Some people think of Noah’s ark as a small boat, overcrowded with animals. That’s because of the silly illustrations we’ve all seen. But the biblical ark was nothing like that. It was a massive ship—over five-hundred feet long and eighty-five feet wide. Now, ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, the CEO of the ministry behind the popular Answers Bible Curriculum Was Noah’s flood just a local event? Well, some Christian leaders say “yes.” But we’re supposed to search the Scriptures and see if what people are saying is true. Does the idea of a local flood come from the Bible? Well, no, it doesn’t. Here’s just one example ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, an Aussie transplant with a passion for sharing the truth of God’s Word. It’s popular today for Christians to believe that Noah’s flood was just a small, local event. They don’t believe in a global flood, and that’s because they want to fit millions of years into God’s Word. You know, Genesis, though, tells us that the water co ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, author , speaker , and blogger on science and the Bible’s reliability. All this week we’ve been looking at features that evolutionists believe evolved more than once. Features such as flight, echolocation, and multicellularity. Well, there are more features that have been hi-jacked by the evolution story! Evolutionists believe ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, heading up the ministry that built a full-size Noah’s Ark south of Cincinnati. Evolutionists believe non-life somehow became life. And that life supposedly evolved “multicellularity.” That’s the ability of cells to connect, communicate, and cooperate with one another. But that’s the simple version of the story! Because of how d ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, heading up the ministry that built a full-size Noah’s Ark south of Cincinnati. Evolutionists believe non-life somehow became life. And that life supposedly evolved “multicellularity.” That’s the ability of cells to connect, communicate, and cooperate with one another. But that’s the simple version of the story! Because of how d ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, a publisher of the award-winning magazine for the family called Answers . “Echolocation” is used by some mammals and birds to find their way ... or hunt for food. Now, the animal calls out, and the echo of their call allows them to locate objects. This technique is most famous -- and complex -- in bats and dolphins. But some bi ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, CEO of the popular high-tech Creation Museum near the Cincinnati Airport. What do insects, birds, bats, and extinct pterosaurs have in common? Well, they all fly! But evolutionists don’t believe any of these creatures are directly related to one another. Of course, they believe if you go back far enough, they all share a common ...…
 
This is Ken Ham of of Answers in Genesis and the popular Creation Museum and Ark Encounter. These last two weeks, we’ve been looking at the catastrophe of Mount St. Helens. Now, this eruption in Washington showed how fast geologic processes can happen! You see, many geologists believe processes happen slowly and gradually. This kind of thinking ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, co-author of the recently updated book against racism, One Race, One Blood. In 1980, the Mount St. Helens volcano erupted in Washington state. Two hundred and thirty square miles were destroyed, and the wildlife was killed. Now Scientists thought it would take at least a century for the ecosystem to recover. But if you visit Mo ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, and our popular Ark Encounter attraction is located in Northern Kentucky. The morning of May 18, 1980 showed a beautiful wilderness at Mount St. Helens in Washington State. A few hours later, virtually everything was gone … buried under volcanic ash and mudflows. One area, called Pumice Plain, was buried under volcanic rock. No ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, co-editor of the book Glass House: Shattering the Myth of Evolution. When Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, geologists watched brand-new rock form from lava flows. Now eventually, they dated this ten-year-old rock. Now, dating methods are generally trusted by the scientific community. But, if they’re accurate, they should give ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, editor of the popular series of books called The Answers Book for Kids. In 1980, Mount St. Helens blew its top. As the largest avalanche of debris on record, this eruption laid down massive deposits. Two years later, another eruption melted snow and created a mudflow. It rushed down the mountain and carved through the earlier d ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, co-author of the eye-opening book on Noah’s Food, A Flood of Evidence. Most geologists say rock layers are formed slowly, over long ages. They believe changing seasons … and lots of time … are required to make complex layers. But a catastrophe last century showed that it’s not always the case. When Mount St. Helens erupted in 1 ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, inviting you to visit our full-size Noah’s Ark attraction in Northern Kentucky. In 1980, Mount St. Helens in Washington state erupted. A million trees were washed into a nearby lake. Over time, the trees rubbed together. Their bark and branches sank to the bottom of the lake. Three feet of bark peat formed, looking identical to ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, encouraging all churches to start their thinking with God’s infallible Word. When Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980, the catastrophe ripped millions of trees from their roots. Now the trees were washed into a nearby lake. Some actually floated upright. Eventually, the trees sank—but still standing tall and upright. Scuba divers ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, on a mission to call the church and culture back to the authority of God’s Word. Most geologic processes today happen very slowly. So scientists assume that’s how most of the geologic features we see today had formed. Then Mount St. Helens exploded! In 1980, scientists watched two-hundred-foot-tall trees on a mountain snap like ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, CEO of Answers in Genesis, Ark Encounter, and the Creation Museum. In 1980, Mount St. Helens in Washington state blew its top. Ash shot sixteen miles into the sky. Ash fell on eleven states. Though this cloud was massive, it was still relatively small compared to how big our earth is. Yet the cloud cooled the whole earth by a f ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, encouraging you to trust God’s Word … from the very first verse. In our post-Christian, very secularized culture, it’s important to start at the beginning of the Bible—Genesis—when presenting the gospel. But why? Well, today many people know nothing about the Bible, God, or Jesus Christ. They don’t understand they’re sinners, i ...…
 
This is Ken Ham, CEO of the apologetics and evangelistic ministry of Answers in Genesis. We observe organisms changing. We even see new species forming. But is this evolution? Well, evolution requires the addition of brand-new genetic information to build new features. After all, you can’t turn an ameba into a man without adding huge amounts of ...…
 
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