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Franklin Graham, Ken Ham Respond to Death of Atheist Stephen Hawking

Franklin Graham, Ken Ham Respond to Death of Atheist Stephen Hawking

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Ken Ham shares his thoughts about young creation, February 2017. |

Ken Ham, president and founder of Answers in Genesis, the Creation Museum, and world-renowned Ark Encounter, often debunked Hawking's teachings, he likewise shared his reaction on Twitter along with an article announcing his passing.

"A reminder death comes to all. Doesn't matter how famous or not in this world, all will die and face the God who created us and stepped into history in the person of Jesus Christ, to die and be raised to offer a free gift of salvation to all who receive it," Ham warned.

On his 75th birthday, Hawking told BBC that he'd like to be remembered for his discovery that "black holes are not entirely black."

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