This is really going to shake you up, dear reader. All your sinful life, you probably went around thinking that reason and logic were on your side, and all those creationists were drooling idiots. Well, prepare to be corrected.
This is from Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo) — the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else. You’ll be amazed by what he just posted at the website of Answers in Genesis (AIG), his creationist ministry. The headline is What’s the Most Compelling Evidence of a Creator God? Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
On my Twitter, atheists [The fools!] frequently accuse me of trusting in myths and being irrational for believing the Bible and creation. But who is really being irrational?
Good question! You think you know the answer, don’t you, dear reader? Well, prepare for a shock. Hambo says:
After all, if the universe is the result of random chance processes, then so are our minds. [Yeah!] So how can we trust the conclusions our brains come to? Logic only makes sense in a biblical worldview, where there’s a logical Creator who made us — and our minds!
Let that sink in, dear reader. Stunningly brilliant, isn’t it? Then he tells us:
Astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle, of the Biblical Science Institute, recently sat down with Billy Hallowell at the Ark Encounter for an episode of the Pure Talk show, “Answering Atheists.” [Wowie!] He dealt in-depth with the question of the rationality of a biblical worldview, natural selection, the secret code of creation [Secret code?], and more. It’s a fascinating interview, and I encourage you to watch it.
The video is right there, in the middle of ol’ Hambo’s post. Click over there and take a look — if you dare! But we’ve seen Jason talk about this subject before — here’s an example from five years ago: Jason Lisle: The Logic of Faith.
The rest of Hambo’s post is devoted to promoting other videos and hawking a special Father’s Day admission price for the Ark and the Creation Museum, so we won’t bother with that. Instead, we leave you to contemplate how irrational you’ve been all your life, and how fortunate you are today that ol’ Hambo has straightened you out — before it’s too late.
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