In this issue . . .
Q: How can I teach my kids the truth about dinosaurs?
Ken Ham answers: When I give my one and a half hour fast-paced, interactive talk entitled “Dinosaurs, Genesis, and the Gospel” to kindergarten through sixth grade, I often have a number of parents and teachers come up afterwards and say, “I really enjoyed that, and I learned a lot!”
Because this presentation of mine is such a favorite (especially for kids), Answers in Genesis is making it available to listen online or download for free.
Really, this presentation—with an emphasis on dinosaurs—gives children a complete overview of the Bible, teaching them how to defend their faith in today’s world—with a powerful presentation of the gospel. You also may pick up a number of ideas to help you in teaching children these topics; for instance, I have a number of fun sayings that kids love to learn.
Yes, some of the phrases are tongue in cheek.
News to Note Quick Look
Persistent protein: Preservation of collagen fibers in a marine reptile fossil is said to prove “biomolecular preservation over deep time.” Read more.
Corky canyon crust: The Grand Canyon slices through the high Colorado Plateau, but how did the plateau come to be so high? New seismic data paints a picture of the plateau’s underbelly. Read more.
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