Ken Ham’s Foundations - Relevance of Genesis Trailer

Ken Ham’s Foundations - Relevance of Genesis Trailer (2011)

01 January 2011 60 mins

Why is Genesis so important? In this 2-part video 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.

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