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In March, I woke up to the terrible news that a massive earthquake and tsunami had devastated Japan.

Today I can still see the TV images of the tsunami hitting the eastern coast of Japan. The mud, debris, and destruction were almost unbelievable to watch.

Now, there is a different kind of tsunami I want to write about. It’s one that is also causing major destruction, and it’s happening all around us as I write. This tsunami is biblical compromise in the church, and it’s creating waves of spiritual destruction throughout the Christian world.

I have written a number of blogs recently about Christian academics who are publishing books and articles—and giving talks—on topics relating to how they approach the Bible, and Genesis in particular. The blogs revealed that an increasing number of Christian academics teach that:

* Adam is just a metaphor for Israel and was not a real person.
* Genesis chapter 1 is not a material account of origins, but is supposedly about the creation of some “cosmic temple.”
* God took two animals and gave them “animal amnesia”’ so they wouldn’t remember all the death over the supposed millions of years that turned them into Adam and Eve.
* The image of God evolved in man over time.
* The apostle Paul “would have flunked hermeneutics” (the practice of Bible interpretation).
* The “apostles were lousy at exegesis” (expositing the biblical text), etc.


Ken Ham, Answers In Genesis 63 Comments [6/24/2011 3:37:49 AM]
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In other words, admissions are down at your "museum", and you're beginning to find out that only a small minority of Christians are Bible-literalist fundamentalists who would drag their kids to be brainwashed by your pack of lies.

6/24/2011 11:09:47 AM

Bollox

Ken, you're nothing but a two-bit grifter. You ain't no sort of authority on anything.

6/24/2011 11:56:09 AM

lisamariefan

A. Fuck you for using victims of a natural disaster to preface your point.

B. What is this shit? I can hardly believe I'm ready such incredibly retarded shit.

6/24/2011 11:56:19 AM

aaa

Oh, theological rift. You never cease to provide me with amusement.

6/24/2011 12:26:31 PM

checkmate

Adam is just a metaphor for Israel and was not a real person.

Hey Brother Ken, how do you read the Song of Solomon?

Is it a metaphor for the love of Christianity towards the Church? Or do you take it literally, that is as a poem in which a young bride tells us her virgin twat smells like honey?

6/24/2011 1:16:59 PM

Old Viking

Garbage in, garbage out. This applies to all varieties of religious belief.

6/24/2011 1:26:24 PM

solomongrundy

In March, I woke up to the terrible news that a massive earthquake and tsunami had devastated Japan.

Were you there?

6/24/2011 2:07:25 PM

mathius_dragoon

I read:

Yeah, you know that tragedy that resulted in the suffering of millions of people? That's petty compared to the problems I'm having. waaaaah!



-what a douche

6/24/2011 2:58:57 PM

Jeff Weskamp

Golly gosh, Kenny Boy has discovered that there are non-Fundamentalist Christians in America! And he's all pissed off about it!

6/24/2011 3:04:30 PM

Carl Gordon

Behold! The futility of ignorance.

6/24/2011 3:46:08 PM

WWWWolf

> Now, there is a different kind of tsunami I want to write about.

Yeah, great, 3 sentences about the great terrible tragedy... followed by tons of spewing about an unrelated topic. Talk about a despicable kind of a bait-and-switch.

6/24/2011 4:10:12 PM

SeekerLancer

You're so crazy Ken. Never stop being you.

6/24/2011 5:31:17 PM

Ian1732

Well, we can all agree that the Tsunami in Japan was a terrible event. Say what you want about Ken Ham, at least he's compassionate-- OH FOR FUCKS SAKE, YOU HAD TO GO AND TURN THIS INTO EVANGELISM, DIDN'T YOU HAM!?

6/24/2011 7:26:17 PM

TWoozl

If it's annoying Ken Ham, someone's doing something right.

6/24/2011 7:36:47 PM

Matruz

Recently Ken in several of his posts has being mudslinging the BioLogos foundation (an organization that promotes Christian Theistic Evolution) calling them "compromisers" and a "danger to the faith"; but what was really stupid of Ken to do was to badmouth them when they were fellow speakers in the Homeschooling Convention of Greenville, which caused, to the surprise of nobody except Ken, AiG to be perma-banned from all Great Homeschool Conventions Inc. events.

You'd think Ken would rethink his position...

But noooooooo, Ken hasn't learned is lesson and continues to alienate Christian believers with his bullcrap.

6/24/2011 8:57:16 PM

Alencon

It frightens to think about what most go on in the confused mind of Ken Ham and other creationists.

The only thing I can figure is they must be scared shitless from morning until night about death.

Here's hoping I can face the grim reaper with courage and spit in his eye when he shows up

6/24/2011 9:09:35 PM

Alencon

@Brendan Rizzo

Where the hell did you get the idea that atheists dislike moderate Christians? Personally I feel sorry for them because many suspect Christianity is bunk but just can't seem to make the final break.

If I get upset with moderate Christians its when they tell me I should "respect" the beliefs of fundamentalists despite the fact they are dishonest, are bigoted SOBs, lie to children and would like to tell me what I should believe and how I should live.

6/24/2011 9:17:27 PM

TheJebusFire

Dude, fuck you.

6/24/2011 9:22:53 PM

Raised by Horses

@solomongrundy

Well played, sir. Have an internet.

And someone should really turn that question back to Mr. Ham regarding his belief in the flood, the resurrection of Christ and all that. It'd pay good money to see him squirm from having to answer his own question.

6/24/2011 11:10:16 PM

Pule Thamex

"This tsunami is biblical compromise in the church, and it’s creating waves of spiritual destruction throughout the Christian world."

Yawn! When hasn't there ever been waves of "spiritual destruction" since Jesus's days. Never, that's when. We can truthfully conclude that Christ's sojourn on Earth coincides with the beginning of a world-wide increase of "spiritual destruction". Whatever "spiritual destruction" is? Coincidence? I think not. Presumably "spiritual destruction" means not paying enough heed to the gobbledegook of maniacal money worshipers. No doubt the "spiritual destruction" will cease after Christian wizards and their supernatural demons have destroyed the world and everyone in it.

6/25/2011 3:31:48 AM

Apocraphy

The other tragedy about the tsunami is that Hammy boy wasn't in the midst of it

6/25/2011 3:45:07 AM



"In March,I woke up to the terrible news that a tsunami had struck Japan. Also, some people are not taking the Bible as literally as me, and questioning bits of it." One of these things matters and the other one doesn't,and to equate them is the mark of a crazy person.

6/25/2011 9:49:33 AM

JSS

I was going to play a sad song on the violin for you, but the thing's just so darn small that I just can't seem to find it anywhere.

6/25/2011 11:31:29 AM

Sagan's Ghost

So Kenny,off the meds are we?

6/25/2011 2:17:06 PM

Tolpuddle Martyr

People disagreeing with poor widdle you =/= horrible natural disaster killing thousands, rendering thousands more homeless and leading to a fucking nuclear meltdown!

6/25/2011 5:56:58 PM
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