Ken Ham presenting more fictional history

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Ken Ham presenting more fictional history

Postby a_haworthroberts » Thu Feb 13, 2020 5:57 pm
''These women certainly have become "symbols of change." They are symbols of the increasing secularization of Western culture as coming generations empty the churches and are much more atheistic in their worldview.
Northern Ireland used to be a bastion of Christianity in the UK, but it also has quickly succumbed to the collapse of the West from a Christian perspective. Just like elsewhere, most churches didn't raise up generations, teaching them apologetics to defend the faith. And so many church leaders compromised with evolution and millions of years.
Also, most kids were sent to the government schools that taught them the religion of atheism. We need to call the church everywhere back to the authority of God's Word beginning in Genesis—the foundation for all Christian doctrine and our Christian worldview.
"If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?" (Psalm 11:3). ... x-marriage

Not really. ... ed_Kingdom ... ts/enacted
It was politicians who brought in same-sex 'marriage'. It did not happen because churches in the UK were failing to indoctrinate congregations with young earth creationism. And many church people (as well as the socially conservative Democratic Unionist Party in NI) - including those who also think young earth creationist apologetics are mostly pseudo-science - still do not think same sex marriage is biblical and thus do not agree with the concept (even if they don't harbour anti LGBT prejudice).

There will always be politicians around who are not professing Christians let alone creationists.
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