|Kay Strickland, Ken Ham, Christina Jackson, and Dr. Gregory Jackson attended the Ken Ham|
presentation on the building of a full-sized Noah's Ark exhibition.
The plan is to use this replica as a learning center about the Genesis Flood and its relationship to the Gospel.
Kay Strickland is on the Ecclesia College Advisory Board, and Dr. Gregory Jackson teaches English composition at the school. The Jacksons have been married 43 years.
All of the concerns described by Ham are addressed by the school's foundation upon the inerrancy of the Scriptures. As Ham said in his presentation, the failures of our society are directly related by the refusal of many churches to teach the truth and authority of the Word of God.
Asked about the new dynamic equivalency paraphrases of the Bible, Ham said about the NIV in particular - "It has a lot of things wrong in Genesis, which is a problem when culture is allowed to chabnge the Bible. That is the problem - the culture affecting the Bible."