Ken Ham has taken to the blogosphere fretting that The Atheists are going after the children. (Please! Won’t someone think of the children?! *clutches pearls*)
In recent weeks I’ve been writing blogs and Facebook posts about a new atheist website that is targeting children. Interestingly, the launch of a new anti-God website that’s seeking to capture kids for atheism coincided with the release of AiG’s new ministry theme for the next two years: “Standing Our Ground, Rescuing Our Kids” (Galatians 1:4).
As a former child myself, I am vaguely offended by the term “capture.” I mean, the “atheist site” (which launched back in November) isn’t playing Hungry Hungry Hippos with kids. It’s just presenting some ideas about science and morality without a religious slant. If I remember correctly, and I’m pretty sure I do, it is certain church groups that are physically kidnapping kids.
Anyway, Ham thinks The Atheists are ruining the pure little children! What else is new?
Oh, yeah. He thinks that fellow knob weasel Pat Robertson is also destroying kids’ souls. Which is probably the first time the 700 Club host and I have ever been lumped into the same category about anything.
Ham takes issue with Robertson over the age of the earth because a woman once emailed Robertson for advice when her kids started to ask how the age of dinosaurs was compatible with the Bible’s assertion of an Earth that’s only a few thousand years old.
Written By: Jessica Bluemkecontinue to source article at patheos.com