Ken Ham Is Coming to the UK

Our friends in the UK will be thrilled by this news from Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the ayatollah of Appalachia. His blog post is titled Get the UK Mega Conference Early Bird Discount Before It’s Gone. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis:

October may seem far away, but now is the time — including for North Americans who would like to travel to England — to register for our upcoming powerful UK Creation Mega Conference, taking place October 26–28, 2017, in West Midlands, England. This unique conference — our biggest creation apologetics conference for this year — will bring together some of the best creationist speakers and apologists from around the world.

[*Begin Drool Mode*] Ooooooooooooh! [*End Drool Mode*] A creationist mega conference, with the best creationist speakers in the world! Isn’t this exciting? Then Hambo says:

I’ve been to the UK many times and have witnessed for myself the spiritual decline and darkness that pervades the UK, Darwin’s homeland.

BWAHAHAHAHAHA! Darwin’s homeland is in spiritual darkness! Hambo is coming to fix things up. He tells us:

I’m thankful for this opportunity to join many others, including Dr. Voddie Bauchum Jr., Dr. Danny Faulkner, Professor Stuart Burgess, Dr. Nathaniel Jeanson, and more, as we bring light and truth to the UK to equip the saints for the work of sharing the gospel.

[*Begin Drool Mode*] Ooooooooooooh! [*End Drool Mode*] Hambo is bringing light and truth! He continues:

Hundreds have already registered. Our UK office has told us that people have booked from the United States and all over Europe, which is great to hear. The early bird discount The early bird discount (which saves you up to 20% on regular prices) ends June 30, 2017, so be sure to save your spot at this unique conference today and then make your travel plans. I would love to see many people from outside the UK attend this excellent conference.

If he wants people from outside the UK, why is he doing this in the UK? Anyway, let’s read on. In this paragraph, the bold font is in Hambo’s post:

Europe is spiritually very dark, and, now more than ever, the church there needs to be equipped to reach a lost world with the love and hope of Christ. This conference will equip you to stand your ground against the lie of evolution and millions of years and to boldly proclaim the truth of God’s Word and the gospel to others.

BWAHAHAHAHAHA! Stand your ground against the lie of evolution! One last excerpt:

We want to help inspire a Genesis reformation in Europe and encourage churches to return to the authority of God’s Word in all areas — beginning in the book of Genesis.

Isn’t this wonderful? Hambo is bringing his creationist reformation to a spiritually dark region of the world. What a great man! Then there’s a link to where you can register. The event will be in West Bromwich. Registration is only £55 per adult (£45 if you qualify for the early bird price). You are going to attend, aren’t you?

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21 responses to “Ken Ham Is Coming to the UK

  1. The Orchardist

    Ughh dammit that would have been so great but that’s the day I have to worm the dogs. Never mind, maybe next time. And its so cheap too!

  2. Well, bugger!

    We have just today been joyously celebrating this news, Donald Trump’s UK state visit is in fresh doubt, and then I have to hear about this.

    Please, we have enough idiots here as it is, we do not need to import any more from your side of the pond! If you send Hambo over, we may have to retaliate by shipping over Nigel Farage, and for keeps.

    Actually, maybe we should just do that anyway…

  3. “Early Bird Discount”? Who’s this guy working for–Macy’s? And £55.00? That’s $69.85 at the current rate of exchange. I can think of a lot of better ways to spend the money.

  4. Of course England is the land of darkness, they don’t give money to Ken Ham. And Megalonyx, Ham is originally Australian, although I doubt they want him back.

  5. Is he going to convert the Sikhs? Only 66% of the people there are from England.

  6. Michael Fugate

    Love and Ken Ham – it’s like oxy and moron.

  7. The Orchardist

    Ted Lawry, I can confirm that Ham is not wanted back. We like to think of him as an American now.

  8. Dave Luckett

    Him and Ray Comfort. But most likely they’re not coming back, because they have been called to richer pastures.

  9. Hans Weichselbaum

    Perhaps he can drum up support from Muslims. They also hate evolution. Minor theological differences can be overcome.

  10. Ross Cameron

    Our Customs here do a blood test now before allowing entry. Any signs of Hamboitis and you`re gone, fella.

  11. OK, in direct competition with Hambo’s circus, let me hereby announce that I will be staging an alternative event:

    The UK Evolution Mega-Lonyx Conference

    No discounted Early Bird tickets available, but there are still some premium-priced Early Worm tickets available.

    Cash only, please.

  12. A whopping 10 quid discount on something you need to book a transatlantic flight for? Ken must be in a generous mood.

    Note that married couples pay less per-person than singles. I want to see Ken’s face when a legally-married gay couple joins.

  13. Also, a “mega” conference with a whole 11 speakers on a single track over 3 days? The man has clearly never seen an actual scientific conference.

  14. Tell them you’re an atheist pastor and it’s only £29

    So three years since the same place in 2014, 2015 was Belfast.

    When you are charging people to listen to the same BS all the time. I thought it was supposed to have been 2,000 but then I see this “Over 1300 people attended the last UK Creation Mega Conference at the same venue in 2014”

  15. Michael Fugate

    “The Global War on Manhood and Marriage”?

  16. I’m pretty sure that Europe has had their fill of religious “reformations”.

    Besides, wouldn’t it be better save our money for the LivingWaters cruise?

    We can be there to watch Ken and Ray turn their noses up at women in bikinis. Unless the whole boat is booked for them? Then it will be the most BORING cruise ever taken in the Carribean. I do hear they have free bananas on those cruises.

  17. Q: You won’t miss this year’s Conference, will you?
    A: No, not a bit.

  18. Hambo would have as much success if he was pushing the belief that Santa Claus Father Christmas was real.
    Of course the UK is in “spiritual decline and darkness”; most of the religious nuts from England emigrated to the U.S. ages ago. Though I think there are still a few crazies left in Scotland.

  19. Troy notes:

    I think there are still a few crazies left in Scotland

    Sir, you outrageously overlook our thriving local crazies throughout Her Britannic Majesty’s United Kingdom (aka The Britain Formerly Known as Great). Why, in England we still have a significant population of Ukippers and EDF’ers, in parts of Welsh Snowdonia may still be found a few breeding pairs of the old Meibion Glyndŵr, and — most notably of all — Northern Ireland’s DUP have been thrust into international limelight as they prop up our discredited and shambolic Tory government!

  20. Kosh

    Will there be a big sign on the side of the ship to warn other sea-goers saying;

    “May contain nuts”