Ken Ham & Ray Comfort in the Ark, Tonight

We are suffering from an adjective emergency. There’s no other way to describe our reaction to the latest post from Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the ayatollah of Appalachia, famed not only for his creationist ministry, Answers in Genesis (AIG), but also for the infamous, mind-boggling Creation Museum, and for building an exact replica of Noah’s Ark, a creationist tourist attraction known as Ark Encounter.

We wrote about this a month ago — see Ray Comfort’s Movie & Ken Ham’s Ark — but now that the event is upon us, we realize how utterly inadequate our language is to describe what we’re thinking. Perhaps it’s best to let Hambo do the talking.

Here are some excerpts from his post, Join Us Tonight for the Live Premiere of The Atheist Delusion Film, with bold font added by us for emphasis:

[J]oin us tonight for a special live premiere of the new film from Living Waters, The Atheist Delusion. This film will show you how to reach out to atheists with the evidence for both the Creator and the gospel. I will be hosting this special premiere along with my good friend Ray Comfort from Living Waters ministries. You won’t want to miss it!

Ray Comfort is best known for his starring role in Ray Comfort’s “Banana video”. But wait — it gets even better:

This exclusive event is taking place inside the life-size Noah’s Ark at Ark Encounter in Northern Kentucky at 7:00 p.m. EST tonight as a private event.

[*Begin Drool Mode*] Ooooooooooooh! [*End Drool Mode*] Comfort and Hambo, together, inside the ark! It’s impossible to imagine anything more … Aaaargh!! Words fail us. Your Curmudgeon is truly experiencing a profound vocabulary vacancy. Let’s get back to Hambo. He says:

But we will be live broadcasting our introduction to the film, the film itself, and a Q&A session on DayStar television so people around the world can join us for this special premiere.

Hambo doesn’t provide any links for that. Then he tells us:

The Atheist Delusion features interviews with atheists from across the country. Watch Ray engage the skeptics as only he can do, starting with the truth — obvious from creation — that there is a Creator, and transitioning from that knowledge to discuss the sinfulness of every person and the good news of the gospel.

Verily, the creation is proof of the creator. Hambo continues:

This new film is going to grab people’s attention and embolden many to stand against this small secularist group that is aggressively opposing the Christian influence in this country.

Yeah — look out, secularists! Hambo finishes with this:

Don’t miss the special live premiere tonight at 7:00 p.m. on DayStar TV. Later in the evening you can watch the film on YouTube.

Hambo does provide a link for that, so if you care, click over there to find it. We’re not going to make it easy for you.

Update: Year’s Most Predictable Creationist Headline.

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5 responses to “Ken Ham & Ray Comfort in the Ark, Tonight

  1. Holding The Line In Florida

    Damn!! Ole Miss vs LSU or this comedy of, dare I say it, “Biblical Proportions!” Such a delimna! I don’t think so!! Hotty Toddy!!!

  2. But, but, they’ve got Evidence!
    “This film will show you how to reach out to atheists with the evidence for both the Creator and the gospel.”
    Maybe “Evidence” has a different meaning in their feeble minds.

  3. I’m having a hard time imagining Ham and Comfort as “good friends”. They’re both charlatans so this must be some sort of huckster love. Mutual benefit, you know, I tell them they’re sick, you sell them the medicine.

  4. Wow, a “live premiere.” I didn’t know there were “dead premieres.”

  5. “Watch Ray engage the skeptics as only he can do”
    At least that part of the sentence is correct.