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Ken Ham

Ken Ham


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Ken Ham is Executive Director of Answers in Genesis, a Christ-centered, non-denominational ministry. He is the author of several books on Genesis and is the host of the nationwide radio program "Answers." For more information, visit www.AnswersInGenesis.org.


Homeschooling Articles by Ken Ham

Evolution is Obsolete The dirty little secret textbooks forget to mention: Evolution is a theory without a mechanism.

Ripping Out Racism By Its Roots Why Darwin was wrong about race.

Is "Science Fiction" In Your Curriculum? Does your textbook teach science... or science fiction?

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University of Nebraska High School Rosetta Stone
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