In some of my previous memes, I have subtly intimated that I believe Ken Ham posesses certain qualities reflective of beloved Internet icon Scumbag Steve. Ahem.
Proverbs 12:15: The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice.
One of the unintended but nonetheless interesting consequences of this site is that I’ve become acquainted with some of the stars of the createvangelism industry in ways I never could have if I only had access to their blogs and public appearances.
A recent comment on our Facebook page offers a great reminder.
Editor’s note: Today’s piece is very special, and not only because it is a guest post by our good friend, Phil Ledgerwood. No, today’s post is special because it presents, finally, the exhaustive and definitive case that Jesus was basically Groot. (Which makes him even more awesome.)
Today is a good day. Not only is it Friday, but it marks the return of our Friday Fun series. Aren’t you lucky.
In a shocking turn of events this past week, a conservatively minded would-be politician wound up in hot water for making some ignorant remarks.
Yesterday’s announcement by NASA scientists, confirming the presence of liquid flowing water on the surface of present-day Mars, filled me with a kind of excitement that I haven’t had in a long time.
Continuing our series of incredibly ridiculous things Ken Ham believes about space (subtitled: he doesn’t get the gospel either), today we will discuss how the universe is dying and it’s all humanity’s fault.
You may recall that some months ago Ken Ham announced that aliens do not exist, because, you know, Bible, and even if they did exist, it wouldn’t matter because they’d all go straight to hell anyway.