For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that is in them, and rested on the seventh day. Exodus 20:11
The how and when of the origin of the universe sparks great debate. And for good reason. The ramifications of believing the Biblical account that “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:1) versus the God-less theory that “In the beginning, nothing exploded and evolved into everything over billions of years” radically changes how one thinks and lives.
There are views between these views, such as evolutionary creationism, which attempts to syncretize millions of years of evolution, including common human ancestry with animals, with some aspects of Biblical creationism. The organization BioLogos is known for championing this view.
Last week on the program, Ken Ham, president of Answers and Genesis, explained the Biblical and scientific evidence that God created the universe and the first two humans, Adam and Eve, about 6000 years ago. This week, Bodie Hodge, co-author of Quick Answers to Tough Questions, joins us to discuss some of the most common questions on origins, including one of the most important: Why only the young earth position provides the answer to man’s oldest problem of sin?
Join us this weekend to sharpen your worldview!