Thank You for Giving Me Confidence

Occasionally, I like to share testimonies with you on this blog. I hope they will be an encouragement to you—as they are to all of us at AiG.

1. This is just a testimony. I have finished reading the latest AiG feedback article, “Bill Nye and more,” and I couldn’t help but notice how different my college experience was than the questioner’s.

After high school, I wanted to go to college and become a science major. But before going to college, I got saved, and I knew that a straight-forward reading of Genesis was not compatible with evolution.

Because of this, I didn’t go to college since I didn’t know how to reconcile “science” with my belief in God.

It wasn’t until a few years later that I learned about creation science. From that point on I did as much research as I could and read countless articles on your site.

To make a long story short, I went to college and graduated with a BS in chemistry from a secular university, and now I work in industry as a chemist. My faith never wavered in college because I knew the difference between evidence and interpretation.

Thank you for giving me the confidence to go to college. (J., Washington)

2. Just want to say a thanks to AiG for all you do for the Church in this day of apostasy before Christ returns for His Church. What a day, and what a terrible realization we are facing together. Who would have thought that the Church would participate in the destruction of the Church? But Scripture intercedes for us, that the Church will prevail, nevertheless.

Thanks be to God for Ken Ham and for AiG for all they are doing to warn the Church, and to remind the Church of its responsibility before God to defend the authority of the Word of God to the world, and not to dilute it in order to “be liked” by the world. I thank God for your vision and your tenacity, and your faithfulness to uphold God’s Word when “the church” won’t. It’s just such a disappointment that this is happening. But Scripture said it would, and it is. (C., Oregon).

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken