An army of the undead is a good illustration for the newest post from Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo) — the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else.
This just appeared at the website of Answers in Genesis (AIG), Hambo’s creationist ministry: Free Creation College Expo at the Ark Encounter November 1–2. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
Calling all students in grades 7–12! You’re invited to the Ark Encounter south of Cincinnati for our free 2019 Creation College Expo, November 1–2. … If you’d like to learn more about colleges that teach from a distinctly Christian, creationist, and biblical worldview — including taking a stand on a literal Genesis, a young earth, and a global flood — we want you to come to this expo.
Now you understand why we tried (alas, without success) to find a pic of the walking dead to adorn our post. Hambo says:
Creation colleges from across the nation will be represented in Answers Center, and you can talk to the reps one-on-one. [Ooooooooooooh!] It’s a great way to learn more about these schools and what programs they offer.
We tried to imagine what such an event would be like, but our imagination failed us. Anyway, Hambo then makes a great announcement:
You will also enjoy complimentary admission to the Ark Encounter (a $25 value!) [Wowie!], the opportunity to win a $500 scholarship to the school of your choice, and a free College Expo T-shirt. You’ll also enjoy a 20% discount on admission to the Creation Museum for yourself and immediate family members. [Fantastic!] These family members will also enjoy a 20% discount on Ark Encounter admission November 1–2.
The mind boggles! Hambo continues:
Sadly, the majority of Christian colleges (seminaries, Bible schools, etc.) compromise God’s Word in Genesis, and this has undermined the faith of so many young adults. [That’s terrible!] We urge parents to consider the most important part of education for their child: their spiritual education that affects their eternity.
Here’s the last of it:
We encourage church youth groups, Christian schools, and homeschools to bring groups of young people down for this informative event. While this event is free, we ask you to register so we can prepare for your arrival. Learn more and register today on the events page of our website. [Link omitted.]
Okay, dear reader. Hambo’s expo will be the first two days in November. Mark your calendar and make your plans. And tell ’em the Curmudgeon sent ya.
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