As some of you probably know, I run a website that promotes the compatibility of Christianity and evolution. It’s a fun diversion, but one with an important goal: reducing perceived barriers to anyone and everyone having the opportunity to meet God, on his terms — not ours.
Last week, one of my posts caught the attention of Ken Ham, the president of the multi-million-dollar young-earth creationist organization Answers in Genesis, best known for its fun-and-fallacy-filled Creation Museum. Ham posted a link to my article on his Facebook page, sparking the comment thread you’ll see below.
Ham promptly deleted my polite attempts to rebut what I felt to be some unfair criticism on the part of his fans, so I responded below using photo-editing software (my comments are in green). I post it here not because it’s of any real significance, but rather because I think it’s an interesting snapshot of the culture wars, and I thought you might find it interesting as well.