Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Creation or Evolution?

Probably most of my readers will agree that we were created. But do you know how to answer the questions asked by others that don't believe? Or that don't know what to believe?


There are two really good speakers that I enjoy listening to on the topic of Creation. One is Kent Hovind. Yeah, I know all the hoopla surrounding him and his arrest. But that doesn't mean he has very valid points on Creation. Another is Ken Ham.




I recently received a free DVD from Vision Forum. It's called Top Ten Questions About Genesis and Creation. It features Ken Ham. Now Kent Hovind is very knowledgeable and he's had many debates on Creation vs Evolution. We like watching his seminars and he's really very funny. However, some people can't take his brand of humor. He is a bit sarcastic. If you like the information, but not the personality, I suggest Ken Ham. I like both approaches. Ken Ham is from Australia and the accent is enough to keep me listening. Seriously, though, he has a lot of information and all very interesting. (And this from a person who barely tolerated science in high school). I especially like the conversation he repeats between him and a 6 year old. "Mr. Ham, who made God?" I don't remember the exact response from Mr. Ham, but the conversation ends up with him saying there would have to be a bigger, bigger, bigger, bigger, bigger God to create the bigger, bigger, bigger, bigger God to create the bigger, bigger, bigger God to create the bigger, bigger God to create the bigger God, to create God. See what I mean? Subtle humor. It's great video to watch. It says it's 59 minutes long, but it doesn't seem that way. I wanted to learn more and was actually disappointed when it was over. We have more of his DVDs, and this one from Vision Forum was a pleasant watch.

Now, if you don't have a whole hour to devote to watching about Creation, here's a link to get your Creation fix. It's called Creation Minute with Eric Hovind. This is Kent Hovind's son. He gets the job done without the sarcasm of his father. :)



So, if you are looking for answers to those questions about Creation. Look no farther. Get either of these DVDs or watch Creation Minute with Eric Hovind. You'll get your answers.



Until next time...


4 comments:

He And Me + 3 said...

I will have to go check that link out for now. I love sarcastic humor.

Raising Olives said...

Oh, we ended up not getting this DVD, you make me wish that we had. We love Vision Forum!

Blessings,
Kimberly

Michelle said...

Hello Jen - You stopped by my blog and asked about CLE organization. :-)

Those plastic containers that the Light Units are in are just magazine holders. You can get them almost anywhere (Walmart, Target, etc.)

The red boxes are actually from Target too...but they were free! When Target (or Walmart) has their big 'back to school' sales in the late summer, they use those boxes to display all of the notebooks and folders on their shelves.
I usually contact the store manager and tell him that we are homeschoolers, and ask if they would mind setting aside a few boxes of those boxes for us to organize our books. They have always been more than helpful.

My kids also each have one on their desks to organize all of their other work/textbooks. I let the kids decorate them with stickers, (and we have covered a few in contact paper) to spruce them up a bit.

I hope you find some that work for you!
Blessings,
Michelle

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