What Do Creationists Believe?
Not taking Genesis literally is a step towards rejecting the whole Bible, says the founder of the Creation Museum.
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Ken Ham is president of Answers in Genesis, a Kentucky-based Christian ministry that defends the account of creation found in the Bible. Ham received a Bachelor's degree in Applied Science from the Queensland Institute of Technology in Australia.
Answers in Genesis holds that the Big Bang and Darwinian evolution are false, and ties belief in nontheistic views of creation to declining morality. AiG recently opened a $27-million Creation Museum offering exhibits on Adam and Eve, Noah's ark, Jesus, and more. Ham spoke with Beliefnet about the museum and his own beliefs.