It is so sad that such compromise with evolution and millions of years...is being promoted by such a well-known radio personality. While I appreciate that Hank Hanegraaff had me on his radio program many years ago, I need to point out now that such outright compromise is undermining the authority of God’s Word.Hanegraaff used to be a fairly ardent young-earth creationist, but has become more open about the biblical viability of old-earth creationism in recent years. Whatever people may think about Hanegraaff, I don't think it can be disputed that Hanegraaff runs one of the most well respected apologetics and counter-cult ministries in existence. Under Hanegraaff's leadership, CRI has a proven track record of identifying aberrant and heretical teaching. So there is more than a little irony in calling him a "compromiser." Such a characterization is, at best, a stretch and makes Ham look desperate in his attempts to marginalize all the people he chooses to label as compromisers.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Ken Ham on Bill Dembski and Hank Hanegraaff
blog post today highlighted this month's premium at Christian Research Institute. They are highlighting Bill Dembski's new book, The End of Christianity. Hank Hanegraaff interviewed the author and in the process made some comments about his perspectives on the age of the earth. You can hear that interview here: