Not only is Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo) the world’s holiest man, the world’s greatest bible expert, and the world’s most knowledgeable scientist, but now it seems he’s also the world’s greatest analyst of international conflicts.
Ol’ Hambo has just posted Tragedy in Paris. It begins like this:
Those of us who have visited Paris are stunned to see this beautiful city now filled with carnage resulting from several terror attacks that have claimed well over 100 lives and seen hundreds injured (dozens seriously).
That was the first sentence, and so far it seems like a normal reaction. But then … well, see for yourself. Hambo says:
When such horrible tragedies occur, it makes all people think about their own mortality.
That wasn’t our first thought, but okay, it’s nothing to quibble about. Now brace yourself, dear reader, here it comes:
As Christians, we understand, based on the teaching of Genesis 3 and other passages, that such evil acts are the consequence of the wicked sinful heart of man. When Christians agonize over terrible terrorist attacks, they should realize that evil like this is ultimately a result of our sin of rebellion against our Creator.
There’s a bit more, but that’s the good part. Hey — look on the bright side: Hambo didn’t blame it on Darwin, or the theory of evolution, or all those wicked secular scientists. How could he? The terrorists are undoubtedly creationists who are every bit as opposed to science as Hambo is. So he ignores that and blames Adam & Eve.
Perhaps ol’ Hambo will become national security advisor to President Ben Carson.
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