Ken Ham quotes

  • Only Christianity and its teachings can explain the purpose and meaning of this world--and also gives the basis for right and wrong, good and evil, etc.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Teaching #Evil #Giving

  • It's essential that we learn how to defend the Bible and the Christian faith for our sake and our children's. If we don't, the empty and obsolete churches in England will foreshadow the future in America.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Christian #Children #America

  • Christians must understand the nature of the change that has occurred in our culture. No longer do the secularists just mock Christians from afar. They are now actively campaigning to indoctrinate children in an anti-God philosophy--to teach them to be secularists and atheists.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Christian #Atheist #Children

  • It's time for a new Reformation in the Church--to call the Church back to the authority of the Word of God, beginning in Genesis.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Church #Authority #Genesis

  • I have met so many young people who do not see the church as relevant and do not consider the Bible a real book of history that can be trusted.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Real #Book #People

  • We need to attack the false foundation of autonomous human reasoning that leads to evolution and millions of years, and proclaim that God's revealed Word is authoritative and its history of the world is foundational to Christian morality and the gospel of Jesus Christ.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Christian #Jesus #Years

  • The creation message has matured over the past three decades, as the discernment and understanding of creationist leaders has matured. More and more, the emphasis is on the foundational issue: compromise of Genesis ultimately undermines the gospel itself.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Past #Issues #Leader

  • Now, if the book of Genesis is an allegory, then sin is an allegory, the Fall is an allegory and the need for a Savior is an allegory - but if we are all descendants of an allegory, where does that leave us? It destroys the foundation of all Christian doctrine-it destroys the foundation of the gospel.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Christian #Book #Fall

  • What you believe about who you are, where you came from, affects your whole worldview.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Believe #Worldview #Who You Are

  • When I went to high school in Australia, I was exposed to textbooks that outlined evolutionary ideas - such as ape-like creatures turning into people. I recognized the conflict between evolutionary ideas and a literal reading of the book of Genesis.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Book #Reading #School

  • Based on the Bible, I believe that all the land animals were made on day six, and Adam and Eve were made on day six, and people try to make fun of us for believing that dinosaurs lived with people, but there are a lot of animals living today that evolution says lived with dinosaurs.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Fun #Believe #Animal

  • For students, the evolution-creation discussion can be a useful exercise, for it can help develop their critical thinking skills.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Exercise #Thinking #Skills

  • While the Bibles account of the flood is one of judgment, it is also one of mercy and salvation.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Judgment #Mercy #Salvation

  • Today, few Americans are aware of the spiritual epidemic that wiped out the land of our Christian forefathers. Even fewer are aware that the same epidemic has reached our own shores, spreading like a virus.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Christian #Spiritual #Epidemics

  • In other words, they decided right from the start that there's no God, and they're setting out to try to prove that there's no God, ... That's their bias to start with.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Atheist #Trying #Bias

  • For all their raving, ranting, and name-calling, these atheists will stand before God one day-and they will exist for eternity, though sadly they will be separated from God unless they repent and receive the free gift of salvation.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Atheist #Names #One Day

  • If you can't trust the Bible's history, how can you trust its morality?
    -- Ken Ham

    #Religion #Atheism #Morality

  • I did not know from a scientific perspective why I did not believe in evolution - but I knew from a Biblical perspective it had to be wrong or my faith was in trouble.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Believe #Biblical #Perspective

  • If there was not one man Adam and one woman Eve, and a literal event of the one man Adam taking the fruit in rebellion and thus bringing sin and death into world, then one may as well throw the rest of the Bible away.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Men #Religion #Atheism

  • This means that any aliens would also be affected by Adam’s sin, but because they are not Adam’s descendants, they can’t have salvation.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Mean #Aliens #Sin

  • One of the main reasons is that most Sunday school curricula only teaches disconnected Bible stories. They don't teach how we know the Bible is true, how to defend the faith, and how to answer the skeptical questions of today.
    -- Ken Ham

    #School #Sunday #Stories

  • Our job if you will, is to roll the stone away. God's job is to raise the dead.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Jobs #Stones #Raises

  • Imagine if we started raising generations of children who stood uncompromisingl y on the Word of God, knew how to defend the Christian faith, could answer the skeptical questions of this age, and had a fervor to share the gospel from the authority of God's Word with whomever they met! This could change the world.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Christian #Children #Age

  • If we discount the account of creation, we remove the significance of Christmas.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Christmas #Creation #Significance

  • Isn't it interesting how Christians are not afraid to teach their children about evolution?
    -- Ken Ham

    #Christian #Children #Interesting

  • God's people need to unashamedly and uncompromisingly stand on the Bible. We need to unashamedly proclaim a Christian worldview and the gospel, all the while giving answers for the hope we have.
    -- Ken Ham

    #Christian #People #Giving

  • No apparent, perceived, or claimed evidence in any field, including history and chronology, can be valid if it contradicts the Scriptural record,
    -- Ken Ham

    #Records #Fields #Chronology