This is addressed to those who have expressed disagreement (for geographical reasons) with my referring to Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo) as the ayatollah of Appalachia.
Take a look at what just popped up at the website of ol’ Hambo’s creationist ministry, Answers in Genesis (AIG) — well, actually it’s at the website of his mind-boggling Creation Museum. The title is Appalachian Bible College Returns to the Creation Museum.
You must never again doubt your Curmudgeon. We know you’ll want to read the whole article for yourself, so we’ll just give you a hint of what awaits you when you click over there:
An annual trip to the Creation Museum is a part of the curriculum for a course at Appalachian Bible College: PS105 Freshman Seminar.
It’s an annual trip. BWAHAHAHAHAHA! Here’s more:
From the list of exhibits or presentations that the students are involved with at the Creation Museum, they must do the following for at least one of them:
• Describe the exhibit or presentation on one page (250 words) and
• Include on a second page a specific list of ten or more ways that this exhibit or presentation defends a biblical world view
• Keep an outline journal of the entire trip (two pages)
• Note that any material from the four lectures may be on the next exam
Bible college is hard work! One more excerpt:
Calvary Baptist Church in Covington, KY, has housed this group for all five years that they have done this, and the trip is funded by a generous donor to Appalachian Bible College for this specific purpose.
Isn’t that wonderful? Anyway, we don’t want any more complaints about our calling ol’ Hambo the ayatollah of Appalachia.
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