In this issue . . .
“He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future!”
Ken Ham responds: This sounds like something a modern-day atheist might say. You see, the line reminds me of the time 285 atheists visited our Creation Museum in 2009! One of them later wrote, “For me, the most frightening part was the children’s section. It was at this moment that I learned the deepest lesson of my visit to the Museum.”
He went on to say, “It is in the minds and hearts of our children that the battle will be fought!”
Now, who wrote, “He alone, who owns the youth, gains the future”? It was Adolf Hitler! And remember, he was able to capture the culture!
Secular humanists in America totally grasp the concept that if they are able to “own the youth,” they will “gain the future.” Because of secular influences that press on our societies, God, through His Word, has instructed parents over and over again to train their children (e.g., Deuteronomy 6:7).
Continue reading as Ken Ham addresses the issues of standing our ground and rescuing our children.
This beautifully illustrated book is perfect for children! It helps them discover the truth about the first man and woman and how their disobedience led to our need for Jesus Christ.
Evolution of midlife crisis: Primate psychology is said to imply an evolutionary basis for the human midlife crisis.
Liberty and justice: Will the Supreme Court uphold religious freedom in America?
Nye on the age of the earth: Bill Nye claims denying the earth is 4.54 billion years old is like believing the earth is flat.
Turkey day: Were you thankful for your dinosaur’s drumsticks?
Pre-RNA world: Evolutionary scientists suggest a simple chemical candidate to carry genetic information in the earliest life forms.
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