I purchased this book while visiting the Ark Encounter. It is written by Ken Ham and his brother Steve. It is very much a tribute to their father and his discipleship of them as they grew up in Australia. In fact, Ken Ham writes in the Introduction, “It is part journal, part tribute, part devotional, and part ‘how-to.'” The journal part is interesting in that the reader learns about the Ham family and especially Ken’s rise to prominence as a creation speaker and founder of Answers in Genesis. The tribute part appears throughout the book as both Ken and Steve give honor to their father for his godly walk and example. The how-to part of the book is their constant insistence that children need to be anchored in the Word of God and especially in the early chapters of Genesis. Without Genesis, Ham insists, the rest of the Bible cannot be properly understood. Without this anchor children will not have the foundation necessary to stand for his/her faith in their adult years.
The Tyranny of the TolerantApril 25, 2004
It is the best of times. It is the worst of times. Never have Americans been as comfortable in their homes and as afraid in the world. Never have Americans enjoyed freedom of thought and expression and been so corrupt in the imaginations of their hearts. And never have Americans been so tolerant of moral […]
Our Daily ReadingJuly 27, 1999
Special Note: Debra Conley is a regular contributor to Aletheia as the creator of “The Little Corner” (Now called “From the Catbird Seat”). Mrs. Conley is a veteran English and Literature teacher in the Atlanta area. She has published several articles in magazines and journals and works as a proof-reader for text-book publishers. In addition, […]