What does Ken Ham have against poodles? Nothing personally. But as shown in the video, Ken Ham uses the poodle and other dogs as examples of sin and the Curse. These dogs are living evidence that change within a kind does not equal evolution.
very good” creation (Genesis 1:31; Genesis 3). The “
whole creation groans” (Romans 8:22), as we are laden with the effects of the Curse down to our very genes. The cure for our sin-sick state is only found in the Creator who became a perfect man. “
Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, and that He was buried, and that He rose again the third day according to the Scriptures” (1 Corinthians 15:3–4). How will you respond to the Savior’s prescription for your fatal condition of sin (Romans 6:23)?
Did you know that almost six out of ten teens leave the church at some point? Nearly 60% of high school students who grow up going to church will close the doors to a Christian life. And usually, they don't come back (survey by the Barna Group). "Because of people breaking the laws and sin being everywhere, the love in the hearts of many people will become cold." Matthew 24:12
Whenever I answer a question like this, I’m deeply aware that someone may be reading this who is seriously contemplating suicide—and I would do everything in my power to convince them not to take that final, drastic step. With Christ, there is always hope. If that’s you, please hear me. Don’t you dare do that! Jesus and I deeply love you and need you.
(This post is written to Christian women and is based on a biblical worldview, supported with Scripture. Since the writing of this post, a sequel has been written, The Motive to Modesty.) Hurriedly I raked through my second dresser drawer in the dim light of the unlit closet, scrambling for pants of some kind. Finding some, I grabbed a workout shirt, jammed feet into tennis shoes and breathlessly answered the door for Mr. M. “Ready for breakfast?” he asked.