Why does young-earth creation matter? Could God have used evolution to create everything? Was there a “time gap” between the first two verses of Genesis? How can we Biblically answer questions about people groups and racism? Why does creation ministry really matter?
Join Ken Ham as he answers these questions and many others in his “Foundations: Biblical Answers to Today’s Most Important Issues” video series, airing Fridays at 10:00 (CST)
Millions of Christians have decided that the Bible is out of date. The relevance of Genesis is especially being rejected. They’ve decided that the words of Jesus aren’t always true. The Foundations insight into the alarming state of modern Christianity is truly revealing.
Some ministers tell their congregations that death is our friend. But God designed a perfect world—no death, no pain. Adam’s sin brought death and suffering. Our world is now in need of restoration, and Ken shares the story of the agonizing death of his brother, a pastor and loving father, to illustrate that death is our enemy, and one day it will be vanquished!
Can we really know the truth about the “days” of Genesis 1? What difference does it make today whether the “days” of Genesis 1 were real 24-hour days or millions of years? Here, Ken Ham clears up today’s common misunderstandings in the debate about the “six days” of Creation.
Do we need to change our approach to evangelism? American culture has changed substantially, but our approach to evangelism has not. The key is to “de-Greekize” our families and our churches, beginning with ourselves!
New video series starting Thursday, December 31st!
Have you ever wondered how we know that we can trust the Bible, why we have 66 books in our Bible, or where our modern Bibles really came from? New on Genesis Science Network, we will be airing the “How do we Know the Bible is True?” video series featuring Brian Edwards and made by Answers in Genesis.
We will be airing this series during our weekly History Homeschool Hour every Thursday, starting at 10:00am (Central). Below is a list of which episodes air each week
Learn about the best selling book of all times. Where does our Bible come from? How did it come to us? What do we mean by “inspiration”? And why can we be sure that it is reliable? These and many other questions are answered in this presentation.
Christians will understand as never before the amazing significance of Jesus of Calvary and all that His death means for us. Non-Christians will see the vital necessity of responding to Him as Savior and Lord and acknowledging Him as the Son of God.
Over the next three weeks, the “Flood Geology Series” by Awesome Science Media will be airing during GSN’s “Geology Homeschool Hour” Monday mornings, starting at 10:00 Central. Below is the schedule of which episodes/topics are planned:
Learn about the devastating eruption of Mount St. Helens and what it has in common with the Biblical, global flood. This modern volcano illustrates how geologic phenomena can be rapidly made in a catastrophe, rather than slow processes over millions of years.
Atmospheric scientist, Michael Oard, walks viewers through what an ice age is, what would cause an ice age, what evidence we have for an ice age, and many other details. Aired in four episodes over two Mondays, this program is ideal for high-school or junior-high level students and others who enjoy learning.
Be sure to see our schedule page for more information on regular programming like Homeschool Hour
Since GSN is a science network, we will be airing some special chemistry & math focused programming on Friday, October 23 in honor of “Mole Day”
“Mole Day” is an unofficial chemistry holiday on October 23rd (10-23), generally recognized from 6:02 am to 6:02 pm, to commemorate Avogadro’s Number, which is 6.02 x 10²³. Basically, a mole is a unit of measurement used to count a whole number of atoms or molecules, whether they are small like a hydrogen atom or big like a uranium atom. If a chemist says he has a mole of hydrogen that would mean he has 6.02 x 10²³ or 602,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (that’s 602 sextillion, which is roughly a six with 23 zeros) atoms of hydrogen. We can translate moles into the more tangible unit of grams very easily because one mole of any atoms is equal to it’s atomic mass in grams. That would mean that a mole of hydrogen is 1.01 grams and a mole of nitrogen is 14.01 grams.
Here’s a list of our special mole day programming:
“Refracted Glory” – full length video documentary on Hummingbirds
First Airing on GSN Wednesday, October 7, at 7:00 am&pm (CDT)
Small, intricately beautiful creatures like hummingbirds, butterflies, and dragonflies dance effortlessly through the air. Take a closer look at the hummingbird with host, David Rives as he interviews experts in several different fields relating to the science behind these captivating creatures.
Watch amazing slow-motion footage of awe-inspiring hummingbirds, filmed exclusively for this documentary. Explore the physics of hovering flight alongside scientists, pilots and engineers. Learn about hummingbird biology – and what it means to find fossils in Europe.
Just released in 2014, this awe-inspiring video will debut on Genesis Science Network Wednesday, October 7, at 7:00 am&pm (CDT)
Genesis Science Network offers programing specifically geared for supplementing your homeschool curriculum. We will often be airing various educational series, like our current Body of Evidence anatomy series. This programming is generally best suited for high-school/junior-high ages. Each weekday has a different topic:
Monday – Geology
Tuesday – Biology
Wednesday – Astronomy
Thursday – History
Friday – Surprise Topic (Various)
Find regular updates about specific “Homeschool Hour” programming or ongoing series on our social media: