This is a remarkable opportunity, dear reader. You are about to get a rare look into the mind of the holiest and most knowledgeable man who ever lived. We’re talking about Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the Australian entrepreneur who has become the ayatollah of Appalachia. He’s famed for his creationist ministry, Answers in Genesis (AIG), and for the mind-boggling Creation Museum.
This just appeared at ol’ Hambo’s blog: A Thought I Wanted to Share with You Today. Wowie — the great man has had a thought and he wants to share it with us! Aren’t you excited?
Hambo says, with a bit of bold font added by us:
A thought I wanted to share with you today — How do the secularists get people to falsely believe in a fairy tale like molecules-to-man evolution?
What a question! We won’t waste your time with silly remarks. Let’s get into it. Hambo tantalizes us by restating the question:
How do they get so many people to believe in an incomprehensible process, that matter gave rise to life and all life evolved by natural processes?
Eagerly, we read on:
Well, they indoctrinate people to falsely believe in an incomprehensible amount of time — billions of years. Given so much supposed time, people think anything can happen!
Ah, so that’s the trick! Hambo continues:
But one can have as much time as one can imagine, and life could never arise by natural process — it’s an impossible process.
Those secularists can’t fool ol’ Hambo! He’s smart! Here’s the rest of it:
And because of man’s sin nature, many will believe an impossible process (that life arose by natural processes) instead of believing in the one true God for which “nothing will be impossible” (Luke 1:37).
That was pure gold! Now, dear reader, we can say that we have truly lived. Hambo has shared one of his thoughts with us.
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