The Foundations: The Relevance of Genesis DVD   -     By: Ken Ham
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This homeschool product specifically reflects a Christian worldview. The Foundations: The Relevance of Genesis DVD

Answers in Genesis / 2011 / DVD

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Foundations: Relevance of Genesis

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The Relevance of Genesis is part of Ken Ham's The Foundations DVD series. In this 2-part DVD, Ken Ham uses news stories of recent events combined with Scripture to address today's most pressing issues. Includes scores of photos and illustrations, plus a mini-interview that reveals his passion for helping Christians to truly understand the distressing impact of disregarding the authority of Scripture.

The Foundations-Ken Ham's DVD series based on 30 years of ministry-reveals the alarming state of Christianity today, when millions of Christians have decided that the Bible is out of date and words of Jesus aren't always true. Australian-born author Ken Ham uses modern events as the backdrop for the most important messages of his life. By combining his signature talks with cutting edge new graphics and current events headlines, Ham connects with viewers as never before!

Ages 12 and up. 35-40 min session on a 2-part DVDs.

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Product Information

Format: DVD
Vendor: Answers in Genesis
Publication Date: 2011
UPC: 881994002306
Availability: No longer available.
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Ages: 12-18
Series: The Foundations

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