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Understanding what happened at the Tower of Babel is key to understanding the origin of nations, “races,” prejudice, and much more! On the lighter side, this video uses Ken’s comical perspective on poodles to teach on natural selection and speciation. (2 parts)
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Understanding what happened at the Tower of Babel is key to understanding the origin of nations, “races,” prejudice, and much more! Ken discusses Charles Darwin’s destructive teaching regarding skin color, facial features, etc. On the lighter side, this video uses Ken’s comical perspective on poodles to teach on natural selection and speciation. (2 parts)
Millions of Christians have decided that the Bible is out of date. They’ve decided that the words of Jesus aren’t always true. The Foundations—Ken Ham’s signature DVD series based on 30 years of ministry—reveals the alarming state of Christianity today.
It was thirteen years earlier that Ken Ham was last filmed for a major video series. A lot had changed since then. Terrorists had not yet flown planeloads of people into New York skyscrapers. The American economy was roaring. Tsunamis had not yet left millions of people asking “why?” America was not simultaneously fighting three different wars. And the president of the United States had not declared that America is no longer a Christian nation.
Today, possibly more than at any time in America’s history, a culture detached from God and willingly ignorant of His hand in creation and world events needs Jesus. But the church is not nearly as effective in reaching the lost as it was only a generation ago. There is a foundational reason.
In this hard-hitting yet often humorous DVD series, popular Australian-born author Ken Ham uses modern events as the backdrop for the most important messages of his life. By combining his signature talks with cutting edge graphics and current events headlines, Ham connects with viewers as never before!
Audience: Jr. High – Adults