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The biggest TV event of the week was undoubtedly Sunday’s Super Bowl, but the biggest culture clash of the week will happen tonight as creationist Ken Ham debates Bill Nye the Science Guy.


I’ve long been a big fan of Ken Ham’s Answers in Genesis ministry, so I’m looking forward to watching him engage in a conversation with Bill Nye, one of the most influential scientists of our day. The topic of the date is also highly relevant — “Is creation a viable model of origins in today’s modern, scientific era?”

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Leading creation apologist and bestselling Christian author Ken Ham is joined at the Creation Museum by Emmy Award-winning science educator and CEO of the Planetary Society Bill Nye.

Ham, a former science instructor who emigrated to the USA from Australia over 25 years ago, is joined by the popular children’s program personality Bill Nye “the Science Guy” for this first and only scheduled debate. Each man delivers what he believes is the best information currently available for his case. Each then has an opportunity for rebuttal and afterward answers questions submitted by the audience.

The upcoming February 4 debate has already generated significant attention from national media, and tickets to attend live were completely sold out within two minutes of release.

The debate starts at 7:00 PM (ET) and will conclude at 9:30 PM. The question and answer session will begin at 8:45 PM. You can watch the debate live at

Also, join with me in praying for Ken Ham, Bill Nye, Answers in Genesis, and all those who will hear about God’s amazing miracle of Creation for the first time tonight.

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Aaress Lawless

Aaress enjoys helping small businesses and ministries, having budget travel adventures with friends, and blogging about life lessons on Instagram.

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