On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast (09/14/20), Hank sets out to accomplish two things. The first is to establish a proper reading of the book of Genesis. The second is to appeal to a proper understanding of the book of nature. Does the book of Genesis really commit us to believing in a 6000-year-old universe? And what does the book of nature tell us respecting the issue of age? Over the years Ken Ham and Answers in Genesis have decried the notion that Hank does not hold to the young-earth creationist perspective. A perspective that views the earth and universe as being in the neighborhood of six thousand years old. “Hanegraaff’s problem,” says Ham, “is his unwillingness to understand Genesis in its most natural form—as a historical narrative.” This, however, is far from true. Hank firmly believes that Genesis is a historical narrative. But it’s much, much more than that.
Hank also answers the following questions:
- I’ve been struggling with something that happened to me a few years ago and came across 2 Thessalonians 2:11. Did I experience this strong delusion?
- Abortion on the one hand is murder, but on the other hand, abortion has saved millions from eternal perdition. Your thoughts?