Creationists Down for the Count
The delusions of the home schooled is demonstrated once more as the odious Duggars visit Ken Hamm’s Creation Museum.
Ham recently wrote about a visit of the Duggar family to his Creation “Museum.” For those of you who don’t know the Duggars—and for your sake I sincerely hope you’ve never heard of them—they are a family from Arkansas known for appearing on a reality TV show emphasizing their nineteen homeschooled children. No, that’s not a typo—they have nineteen children. And the children’s names all start with the letter J, for some reason. (The Duggars also offer sex tips, one of which instructs women, “You always need to be available when he calls,” but I’m not going to touch that.)
Ham was delighted at a picture one of the Duggar children took at his Creation “Museum,” and the caption she gave it:
If there really was a worldwide flood (as the Bible speaks of), what would the evidence be? Billions of dead things buried in rock layers, laid down by water, all over the earth. And that’s exactly what we find. Billions of dead things buried in rock layers, laid down by water, all over the earth. An Evolutionist and a Creationist will look at the same thing, but come to different conclusions because of their different starting points.