Ken Ham vs. Bill Nye


Even though this will be categorized as my post, all three of us feel the same about this topic. As you might of heard, Ken Ham, the Founder of Answers in Genesis, has announced that he will be debating Bill Nye on February 4, 2013. We stand behind Mr. Ham and his views on Creation 100%, and we are praying that God will use him to proclaim the Gospel to those who have hardened their hearts.

The picture and the following are from the website:

TV’s famed “Bill Nye the Science Guy” will argue the case against creation and for evolution as he faces the founder and president of the Creation Museum, Ken Ham, on February 4, 2014, in the museum’s 900-seat Legacy Hall. The museum, which has drawn two million guests in six years (including 20,000 visitors at its recent Christmas Town programs), is located in Petersburg, Kentucky (near the Cincinnati Airport).

The agreed-upon topic for the 7 PM debate is “Is creation a viable model of origins in today’s modern scientific era?”

Tickets are $25 each and will be available for purchase through the debate event page starting Monday, January 6.


“Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”           -John 8:32 NIV

In Christ,


3 Comments Add yours

  1. Jessie says:

    Just a note: I’m afraid the tickets are already sold out! All 900 sold out in 1 hour yesterday! But hopefully, they will end up selling the debate as a video and/or doing a live stream.


  2. Collin says:

    Although the tickets are sold out, you can still fast and pray for Ken Ham for this debate!


  3. Collin says:

    You can also watch the livestream at this link:


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