In this issue . . .
Ken Ham answers: Since 9/11, people have often asked why God would allow such a terrible tragedy that killed “so many innocent people.”
Now, while I do not in any way want to take away from the grievous nature of these horrible events and the devastating impact on so many families and friends, I wanted to take this opportunity to remind us of one of the realities of this life—that all of us will die one day!
In Luke 13, Jesus gave two examples where people were killed in “tragic” events, and both times He asked the question as to whether the victims were “worse sinners” than others. We read the following:
In a modern context, we could take this passage and apply it this way: Those people at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and Pennsylvania who were killed by the terrorists—were they worse sinners than others? The answer would be, “No, not at all. But you need to repent!”
Continue reading as AiG President Ken Ham considers 9/11 and similar disasters from a biblical perspective.
Month after month the world witnesses hurricanes, terrorist attacks, earthquakes, tsunamis and myriad other life-shattering events. Dr. Tommy Mitchell gives biblical answers to the questions these tragedies raise in this unique presentation, recorded on-location in the hurricane-ravaged community of Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
The Doctor’s dinosaurs: What’s wrong with this picture? (evolutionists critique Doctor Who)
Blind cave cousins: Blind cave fish cousins provide evidence for a supercontinent.
Ground Zero: Atheists offended by a cross-shaped artifact seek to “protect” people from the full story of 9/11.
ENCODE!: Breaking the code was only the beginning.
Freedom to teach: A Teach-the-Controversy approach is good for education, good for science, and truly better for both sides.
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