Creation Science Camp for Children

This is a great opportunity, dear reader, so pay attention. It’s from none other than Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else. The title of his new post is A Family Vacation Like No Other. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis:

Want a family vacation that combines hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) activities, robotics, the Creation Museum, stargazing, and family fun together? Look no farther than Ci 5.0 Family STEM Camp with our friends at Camp Infinity. If you have a young person in your family who loves STEM, you’ll want to bring them to Ci’s Family STEM Camp.

The place has a website which says: “At Camp Infinity, students experience interactive STEM education with a creation apologetics worldview.” Sounds great! Hambo says:

The camp director, Dan Wooster (who also serves on the Answers in Genesis board), has found that many parents don’t understand the world of STEM that has perhaps captured their young person. These parents want to better connect with their academically driven child, but they aren’t sure where to begin.

Has the world of STEM “captured” your child? Are you confused about this? Then pay attention. Hambo tells us:

Camp Infinity brings parents and their children together with fun, hands-on activities that include building and programming a robot together or using powerful telescopes in the Creation Museum’s observatory to gaze into the heavens.

That sounds fine, but where’s the creationism? Hambo continues:

Camp Infinity is also dedicated to teaching young people to defend their faith. Together with their parents, they will be equipped with solid answers from God’s Word as they explore creation through STEM.

Ah, now we’re getting somewhere! Let’s read on:

Camp Infinity also offers day or overnight camps for budding scientists and researchers. These camps are filled with hands-on STEM activities and include a tour of the Creation Museum through a special CSI (Creation Science Investigation) adventure and apologetics teaching from real scientists and researchers who are creationists.

BWAHAHAHAHAHA! What a great experience for budding scientists and researchers! One last excerpt:

Here’s an idea to consider: send your young person to camp while vacationing with your spouse or other family members in our Northern Kentucky area. There are so many things to do here, including the world-class Creation Museum and Ark Encounter.

Well, dear reader, we told you it was a great opportunity. So what are you waiting for? Sign up now! Who knows, your kid may grow up to be a great creation scientist, like Hambo.

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9 responses to “Creation Science Camp for Children

  1. Do you suppose they include a lab exercise where the kiddies compare a full genome scan of their DNA with a chimpanzee’s DNA? Na, they don’t want them to see why they are kin to some other primates.

  2. ” send your young person to camp while vacationing with your spouse or other family members in our Northern Kentucky area. ”

    Reads like a pedophiles craigslist ad.

  3. Charles Deetz ;)

    Force feeding the CSBS be like:

  4. It always gets me up the wall when they target young children!

    Old folks, I don’t care, they can live in a different reality, 6000 yrs old, solid dome on top, or whatever – but don’t brainwash young children! You damage them for life. I am not a great fan of Dawkins, but agree with him that this is child abuse.

  5. ” It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones.” Luke 17:2

  6. Ross Cameron

    Far better they concentrate on STEM cells so we can correct their ID`s train-wreck.

  7. A child that starts to be curious about STEM subjects is only a step away from accepting billions of years, the big bang, common descent and being kin to monkeys! Pay us to divert this interest before it’s too late, by “teaching young people to defend their faith”, and thus save them from the one step further over the edge of the cliff and into the lake of fire.

  8. If the kid is talented about STEM, they are apt to learn that they had been misled, that they have to unlearn what they have been told, and react with anger.

  9. Mark Germano

    A suggestion for Ken Ham, or A Slight Marketing Adjustment:

    “Science, Technology, Engineering, Math – Creation, Robotics, Activities, Physics!”

    It’ll work, trust me.