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February 8, 2014

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Q: Is there anything to debate?

A: The debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye “the Science Guy” on February 4 has evoked some strong and incredibly mixed reactions from the media, atheist bloggers, and Christians. Mr. Nye and Ken sparred in what has been described as a cordial yet spirited debate in front of a live audience that braved a winter storm. At least 13,000 groups watched a live stream in a public venue.

Many people, especially those who hold evolutionary views, expressed distaste for the debate altogether, questioning the need to discuss origins in 2014, or simply asking that everyone just agree to disagree. Some commenters on social media outlets such as Twitter were not at all friendly to the idea of discussing man’s origins, believing the issue to be settled based on evolutionary historical science.

Is there any merit to the argument that no debate is needed? Based on the evidence alone, one side is not going to convince the other side. But we need to remember that this is a spiritual battle. People need to see that only the Bible makes sense of the universe we live in and provides the ultimate proof of our origins. Furthermore, the goal of any debate should be to spark a desire to think critically about an issue and to research it further. We have seen a tremendous response from people on both sides of the creation/evolution issue. As a result of the debate, they want to know more—and that alone makes the event worth holding.

Read the whole article to read about other responses to the debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham, and how the debate emphasized the difference between God’s Word and man’s word.

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Get EquippedUncensored Science: Bill Nye Debates Ken Ham DVD

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

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Why Do So Many Birds Fly in a V Formation?: Birds flying in V formation take aeronautical engineering to new heights.

How the Scorpion Got Its Sting: A genetically engineered toxin is said to show how scorpions evolved.

Did Humans Evolve from a Fish out of Water?: Evolutionists proclaim discovery of the ancestral anatomy for air-breathing terrestrials in an African fish.

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This week Steve Ham talks with AiG curriculum writer and editor Roger Patterson to answer the question, “How Is Answers Bible Curriculum Designed to Equip Ourselves and Our Children?

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Thank God for the tremendous worldwide interest in this week’s debate between Bill Nye and Ken Ham.

Ask the Lord to open blind eyes and closed hearts to receive the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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