Item description for Did Eve Really Have an Extra Rib? and Other Tough Questions About the Bible (Design) by Ken Ham...
Overview Continuing where "Did Adam Have a Bellybutton?, Did Eve Have an Extra Rib?" is filled with questions taken directly from Ham's nationwide radio program. He answers each with rapid-fire delivery and accuracy.
Publishers Description 100% evolution-free and biblically correct Sequel to the popular Did Adam Have a Bellybutton? Popular creationist speaker Ken Ham answers the most-asked questions about creation Same easy-to-read question-and-answer format that made the first book so popular Questions are taken from scripts of Ken Ham's call-in radio program aired on over 5,000 radio stations This book continues where Did Adam Have a Bellybutton? left off with more questions about creation and the Bible. These questions were taken directly from Ken Ham's nationwide, call-in radio program, Answers . . . with Ken Ham, and he answers each one with rapid-fire delivery and accuracy.
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Studio: Master Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.32" Height: 0.53" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2002
Publisher New Leaf Press/Master Books
ISBN 0890513708 ISBN13 9780890513705
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More About Ken Ham
Ken Ham is the president/CEO and founder of Answers in Genesis - U.S. and the highly acclaimed Creation Museum. Ken Ham is one of the most in-demand Christian speakers in North America. Ken's emphasis is on the relevance and authority of the book of Genesis and how compromise on Genesis has opened a dangerous door regarding how the culture and church view biblical authority. His Australian accent, keen sense of humor, captivating stories, and exceptional PowerPoint illustrations have made him one of North America's most effective Christian communicators.
Ken Ham has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Did Eve Really Have an Extra Rib? and Other Tough Questions About the Bible?
Terrific book for BIBLE BELIEVERS Mar 3, 2007
but not for (ahem) [...], like some reviewers. Obviously this isn't going to please a non-Christian or pseudo-Christian. But for the rest of us, this book is a very sensible book that answers questions we aren't taught in Sunday School. Get the companion book, "Did Adam Have a Belly Button?" also. Wonder how we got different ethnic groups? You'll get your answer... and you'll notice that Ken doesn't use the word "race" because there is only ONE race: The Human Race. As such, I am teaching my children to be color blind, as should all true Christian parents.
Great book, and if you really get into this, visit Kent Hovind's [...] and get his awesome creation science videos. Even atheists get into those!
Does Ken Ham Have a Brain: And Other Easy Questions About Creationism Redux Sep 20, 2006
Donkeys can talk and people can fly and a man named Yeshua lives up in the sky. Eve (mitochondrial) had no extra ribs as fossils attest; "scientific creationism" which has to ask this question and its followers are silly at best. Dinosaurs and dragons are one and the same, for this manifest folly we have Young Earth Creationists to blame. Kenneth Ham is no Dr. Suess, his prose is turgid and his thinking obtuse. How can anyone believe a word in this book, if the author sold cars you'd think he's a crook. This book is an adult version of the fiction presented in "A is for Adam" and "D is for Dinosaur," less the faux-Suess diction.
Let's take a closer look at the whole "dragon" thing...
Among the dinosaurs that are cross-dressed by creationists into dragons is Baryonyx, a large meat-eating dinosaur from the early Cretaceous period of England (120 MYA). Baryonyx means "Heavy Claw" and is named after a massive claw that grows on the first digit of each hand. This dinosaur-in-drag dragon is an imaginary monster made up by Ken Ham and others to promote the crazy consensus of Young Earth Creationists (YECs) that dinosaurs lived alongside man.
The pathetic logic used to arrive at this fanciful conclusion goes something like this: if it looks like a dragon and comes from England where dragon tales were told, then it must be a dragon that Knights like St. George killed long ago. Unfortunately for the creationist claque none of the dragon images and descriptions match that of Baryonyx (bat wings, fiery breath, dog-like ears, etc.). But Ham and other benighted monks of creeping medievalism made Baryonyx into the image and likeness of a dragon anyway.
Ham also fails to tell the reader that the tale of St. George and the dragon is only a Christianized version of a Greek myth - that of a great hero named Perseus (the son of Zeus) who saved Andromeda, a beautiful maiden, from a fierce serpentine dragon named Cetus, who lived in the sea.
Time to switch back to reality mode - Ham can't even ask the right questions or separate sense from nonsense. Absurdities abound when erroneous presuppositions based on the bipolar conceits of biblical literalism and inerrancy are used to look for "scientific" or "historical" answers in Genesis. Mythical symbolism and allegory encode a different worldview. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof and Ham utterly fails to persuade.
Unsurprisingly books like "Did Eve Really Have an Extra Rib? And Other Tough Questions About the Bible" pop up whenever Ken Ham has access to crayons and paper. Also avoid the companion volume "Did Adam Have a Belly Button? And Other Tough Questions About the Bible" (reviewed separately). If you like the tough questions genre read "Letter to a Christian Nation" by Sam Harris (available on this site.com).
"More" Fun fun fun! Feb 26, 2006
Great book! We had hours of fun going through this book. So many great answers. The author is a wealth of trust worthy information and is fastly becoming one of my favorites! If like this book you need to get the Prequel - Did Adam have a belly button? Both books are a Good sourse of information for that home bible study for the person who always seems to ask those hard questions.