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January 25, 2014

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Q: Why are atheists decrying the debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham?

A: The media coverage of the upcoming debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye at the Creation Museum continues to grow. Many well-known figures on both sides are speaking out about who they believe will win or about whether there should be a debate at all. Recently, famed atheist Richard Dawkins weighed in on the debate in some impromptu comments on a recent web article decrying the debate.

Unfortunately, at least in his interviews, Dawkins treats his opposition with a remarkable amount of disrespect and offers little more than blind assertions that evolution is true. Perhaps it’s better that he chooses not to debate biblical creationists as he has nothing concrete to offer, except his typical anti-creationist assertions seen in his books and articles. It’s like a child throwing a tantrum.

Dawkins and other atheists don’t want people to hear what biblical creationists have to present. These secularists want to censor what the public will hear, for they know that as soon as people are taught to think critically and correctly about origins, they will understand that molecules-to-man evolution is a belief system. Evolution is really the secularists’ religion to try to explain life without God.

Read the whole article for our response to several evidences Dawkins points to in order to refute creation science, such as radiometric dating and the fossil record.

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Get EquippedUncensored Science: Bill Nye Debates Ken Ham

This DVD and digital download features Bill Nye and Ken Ham debating one of the biggest questions concerning the scientific community today: “Is creation a viable model of origins in today's modern scientific era?”

News to Know Quick Look

Did Tiktaalik’s Pelvis Prepare Fish to Walk on Land?: Previously shrouded in mystery, Tiktaalik’s pelvis supposedly sheds new light on the evolution of ambulatory hindquarters.

Nutcracker Man’s Diet Was Rich in Brain Food After All: Bright baboons know nutritional needs of “Nutcracker Man” were no problem.

Building Nutcracker Man from the Ground Up: New “Nutcracker Man” is a mosaic of evolutionary assumptions and reality.

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This week Steve Ham talks with Dr. Jim Hamilton, associate professor of biblical theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville, KY) to answer the question, “How Is God’s Glory Revealed in Salvation Through Judgment?

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