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Bill Nye, the Science Guy, debates Ken Ham, Creation Museum founder

Two Science Guys debate
Two Science Guys debate

Atlanta is approximately eight hours south of the Creation Museum in the greater Cincinnati tri-state area. We took two of our grandchildren there this past summer and it was well worth the breathtaking drive to get there. We were in no way alone, as many families, grandparents, and different groups filled the hotel we stayed in to visit the monumental museum.
Ken Ham is a strong defender of Creation, scientist apologist, speaking up for the defense of the gospel of Christ through the proof that what the Bible says about Creation is true, along with the commands of how God instructed mankind to live.
“But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear:” I Peter 3:15 (KJV)
A much anticipated debate between Bill Nye, atheist evolutionist and Ken Ham, founder of the Creation museum and president of Answers in Genesis are set to debate on Tuesday, February 4th at 7:00 p.m., EST. The event being hosted at the Creation Museum quickly sold out and will be live streamed via Google + Hangouts.
But some scientists are concerned about the appropriateness of such a debate. Ken Ham takes the literal meaning of the creation account, while some professing Christians attempt to marry creation with parts of evolution. Some believe the theory of evolution, but it is in fact, only a theory. The facts of the Bible have yet to be disproven.
“In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” Genesis 1:1 (KJV)
One exhibit we saw displayed how the “God foot” is not let in the door. It could be for a number of reasons to include; evolution and its theory are lucrative. Scientists receive funding for research, etc., but according to some they are not allowed to let the God foot in the science door. It could also be that if they were to acknowledge a Creator or Intelligent Designer, then people would be accountable to Him and the teachings of the Bible. Regardless, the theory is the accepted method of teaching students in the public school system.
The debate should prove to be interesting and for those who believe the Bible, it could strengthen our faith. For those who do not believe the Bible account, it may open people’s hearts and minds to the many holes in the theory of evolution and the truth about creation.

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