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Ken Ham and Dr. Georgia Purdom spoke in a packed auditorium at the University of Central Oklahoma about cultural issues and the battle of foundations.
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After being contracted to speak at a university in Oklahoma—then surprisingly cancelled—an ensuing national media frenzy led to the re-booking of an event that might otherwise have slipped quietly under the radar. In a packed auditorium at the University of Central Oklahoma, AiG founder Ken Ham showed that cultural issues like abortion and gay "marriage" are viewed differently because people start with different foundations. Dr. Georgia Purdom (PhD in molecular genetics) then did the same for scientific issues like mutation and natural selection and showed that science supports a biblical, not an evolutionary, worldview.