Tomorrow is the anniversary of a nightmarish event — at least in the opinion of Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else.
At the website of Answers in Genesis (AIG), his creationist ministry, ol’ Hambo posted Get Answers for Darwin on This 150th Anniversary. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
Tomorrow is an anniversary. What happened on February 24, 150 years ago? Charles Darwin published The Descent of Man, arguing for the common descent of man from an ape-like ancestor [Gasp!] and our supposed relation to the great apes.
A horrible book indeed! Hambo says:
Sadly, this unbiblical and non-scientific idea was adopted by many scientists, laypeople, and even Christians at that time . . . and that continues today. But Darwin’s ideas were wrong then and they’re wrong today!
Aren’t you glad we have Hambo to keep our thinking straight? He tells us:
We’ve posted several articles over the last few weeks regarding Darwin and his unbiblical, unscientific ideas and the legacy of racism and death that they’ve left. I encourage you to check these out and equip yourself to defend the truth of God’s Word when it says he created Adam from dust and Eve from his side, both fully formed and functioning, and that we’re all one race and “one blood” (Acts 17:26):
After a list of several creationist articles at his website, Hambo continues:
If you’d like to dive even deeper into Darwinian evolution, what Darwin believed, and how wrong he really was, find these resources in our online store:
He list and links to several “resources.” Let’s take a look at one of those, titled Charles Darwin Pocket Guide. It’s 96 pages long and costs only $5.99. Best of all, it’s published by AIG, so you know it’s good. The thing — it’s some kind of book — is described like this:
Here are well-researched, down-to-earth answers to questions about Darwin’s life and legacy. How did he come to believe in evolution? Has evolution been proven true? This guide will show you why you can’t just add evolution to the Bible.
• What ideas influenced Charles Darwin?
• Did his daughter’s death turn him from Christianity?
• Was Darwin a real scientist?
• What is the connection between Darwin and racism?
These and other questions are answered in this Pocket Guide to Charles Darwin.
Sounds good, huh? Hambo’s post mentions several others too, so we know you’ll click over there to check them all out. Meanwhile, let’s return to Hambo for a little bit more:
Darwin’s ideas are destructive to our churches, our societies, and our families [Egad!], and yet they continue to permeate the world. Equip yourself to believe and defend the Bible with these resources, and I encourage you to share them with others.
Well, dear reader, what are you waiting for. Get on over to Hambo’s website and load up on those great books he’s offering. It’s time you stopped being a Darwinist fool and became a creationist.
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