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Note: several of these articles are technical in nature. Nye criticized the lack of undergraduate programs in nuclear medicine in Kentucky.
For Ken Ham, one of those defining moments came when Bill Nye twice referred to origins as a “great mystery.” Each time, Ken Ham responded by saying, “There is a book . .” Of course that book is the Bible, God’s Word, which gives us answers to the skeptical questions of the age.
Was there a defining moment that stood out to you during the debate? Your defining moment could be leading an outreach or just diving in to learn more so you can be ready to defend your faith.
Your defining moment might even be receiving Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior.
Whatever that moment is for you, we would love for you to get connected with us and share your experience.
During the debate Bill Nye presented many statements and asked many questions.
Because of the nature of the event, Ken Ham was often unable to respond directly to many of these statements.
However, the majority of Nye’s statements and questions have been addressed on our website or by other organizations who teach a young-earth creation.
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A biblical manuscript is any handwritten copy of a portion of the text of the Bible.
The word Bible comes from the Greek biblia (books); manuscript comes from Latin manu (hand) and scriptum (written).
The original manuscript (the original parchment the author physically wrote on) is called the "autographa." Biblical manuscripts vary in size from tiny scrolls containing individual verses of the Jewish scriptures (see Tefillin) to huge polyglot codices (multi-lingual books) containing both the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) and the New Testament, as well as extracanonical works.