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Separation of Church and State Creationism:  Science or Religion America For God
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In these timely and timeless messages, Dr. D. James Kennedy explains how the misapplication of the "wall of separation" phrase has undermined our religious liberty and freedom. In this full-length sermon, preached in 1986, Dr. Kennedy says Christians need to become more informed about the debate between evolutionists and creationists. Evolution is based upon faith and violates so many laws of science it is mathematically impossible. Scientific creationism gives evidence for creation from many branches of science. Dr. D. James Kennedy delivered this challenging message on July 4, 1986, in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D. C., for the 3rd Continental Congress on the Christian Worldview.
Modern Myths Exposed (Book) Creation and Fall of Man Creation and Fall of Man
Volume 1 of The Kennedy Collection
Dr. D. James Kennedy demolishes four modern myths, such as "all religions are basically the same," with biblical truth.

In this full-length sermon, Dr. D. James Kennedy explains that the Bible’s message can be summed up in three words: generation, degeneration, and regeneration. In Genesis 1 and 2 we have the creation of the world and of man, generation. In chapter 3 we have the fall of man and his degeneration. From there on to the end of Revelation, the whole subject is regeneration. In this full-length sermon, Dr. D. James Kennedy explains that the Bible’s message can be summed up in three words: generation, degeneration, and regeneration. In Genesis 1 and 2 we have the creation of the world and of man, generation. In chapter 3 we have the fall of man and his degeneration. From there on to the end of Revelation, the whole subject is regeneration.