This will thrill you, dear reader. It’s from Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo) — the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else. He just wrote this for his blog at at the website of Answers in Genesis (AIG), Hambo’s creationist ministry: A Week of Hands-On Science Wraps Up at the Creation Museum. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
Here at the Creation Museum, we’re excited to offer something quite unique — a five-day summer science camp that presents science from the lens of a biblical worldview. [Yup, it’s unique.] We just wrapped up our first Explore camp for 2019 — and the kids loved it. If this is something your child(ren) would also love, there’s still time to register for our second camp [Link omitted.], July 22–26, 2019.
Wowie — science from a biblical worldview! That’s the way to do it! Hambo says:
One of the event organizers wrote this summary of the five days of camp for me to share with you. As you can see, the campers did a host of hands-on science activities and dove deep [Deep!] into a biblical worldview and how to apply that to what we see in the world.
Those campers are so fortunate! Hambo gives us us the event organizer’s summary:
What is unique about the Explore summer camps at the museum is that students learn science from a biblical worldview. [Ooooooooooooh!] Many of the students coming to the summer camp attend public schools throughout the year, so it was exciting to see children hearing biblical truths for the first time.
It’s going to be interesting when those kids go back to public school with their biblical worldview of science. The event summary continues:
Through hands-on science labs, engaging speakers, and intriguing scavenger hunts, students were pointed to the truth found only in God’s perfect Word. The week-long day camp included over 20 unique activities which were designed to challenge students’ thinking about what secular science teaches regarding origins [like evolution] and what the Bible reveals about God’s creation.
Skipping a bit, we come to this:
The campers were privileged to spend Thursday with Dr. Danny Faulkner, a world-renowned astronomer. [World renowned!] Dr. Faulkner gave the students a tour of the observatory, taught them how to calculate the curvature of the earth, and explained why this is evidence of a spherical planet.
Hambo is very proud of the one bit of non-biblical science they accept — see AIG Says the Earth Really Isn’t Flat. Here’s our last excerpt:
As you can see, the Explore 5-day camp at the Creation Museum is one-of-a-kind and unlike any other camp in the world. There is still time to register for July’s Explore 5-day camp. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity for your child to receive hands-on science with expert instruction from a biblical worldview.
That’s it, dear reader. If you want your kids to learn that evolution is a sinful lie, the Earth is young and covered by the dome of the firmament, and the universe is cursed because of the sin of Adam & Eve, then don’t hesitate. Sign the kids up for Hambo’s science camp.
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