Overview of the Book of Genesis - Chapter 1 - 11God makes a good world and installs humans as its rulers. Humanity rebels and ends up ruling the world in a destructive way, leading to violence, death, and the founding of the city of Babylon. God’s response is to set in motion a plan to rescue and bless the whole world through the family of Abraham.
How long were the Genesis days? 29 min
Could the Genesis creation days be millions of years long? Join us as we dive into the language of the biblical text and discover how long God took to create the universe.
A Literal 24-Hour Day with Ken Ham11 min
The evidence that ordinary days are being referred to is so overwhelming that even liberal Hebrew scholars admit that the author of Genesis could not have had any other intent—particularly when the words ‘evening’ and ‘morning’ are used from the first day.
Only One Biological Race with Ken Ham9 min
The term race is often used to classify people based almost solely on physical characteristics. According to evolutionary ideas, these so-called races descended from different ancestors separated by location and time. However, based on biblical history, the term race must be incorrect. We are all one race (“one blood” in Acts 17:26), the human race.
Genesis 1-11, How It Teaches a Literal Creation1 hour
Ken Ham gives his signature presentation on why Christians ought to think Biblically from the very first book of Genesis. How does Genesis relate to the "real world?" Does it matter whether one believes in Creation or Evolution? Watch this unique and important message for today and understand why the Genesis Creation account is foundational to Christianity.
Created Cosmos: A Creation Museum Planetarium Show23 min
Creation astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle, brings a unique combination of skills and wisdom to this one-of-a-kind video. Like other planetarium directors, he has a wealth of knowledge about the subject, but he’s also driven by a warm love of the Creator, a life-long wonder at God’s handiwork, and advanced programming skills that enabled him to bring his vision to reality.