Pat Robertson to Ken Ham: “Let’s Not Make A Joke Of Ourselves”

Pat did it again– he said something that was both reasonable and true all at the same time.

In his final analysis of the Ken Ham debate, Pat now says in reference to Ken Ham’s version of young earth creationism: “There aint no way that’s possible… It’s time we come off of that stuff…  let’s be real– let’s not make a joke of ourselves”.

He went on to say that: “just because we have progressive evolution under God’s control- that doesn’t hurt my faith at all”.

Exactly.

I love it when people get old because they say funny stuff. In this case, it seems that Pat’s age is causing him to say some stuff that’s actually quite reasonable.

God is the agent behind everything you see– and however it was created, God did it.

Let the battle be that we point people to the agent behind it all, instead of quibbling about the stuff that doesn’t really matter.

Or, as Pat says, “Let’s not make a joke of ourselves.”

You can watch the whole clip here:

 

Via Raw Story

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About Benjamin L. Corey

Benjamin L. Corey is an Anabaptist author, speaker, and blogger. He is a two-time graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (Theology & Missiology), is currently a 3rd year Doctor of Missiology student (a subset of practical theology) at Fuller Seminary, and is a member of the Phi Alpha Chi Honors Society. His first book, Undiluted: Rediscovering the Radical Message of Jesus, is available now at your local bookstore. He is also a contributor for Time, Sojourners, Red Letter Christians, Evangelicals for Social Action, and Mennonite World Review. He has also been featured as a guest on HuffPost Live, the Drew Marshall Show, and Tell Me Everything with John Fugelsang. Ben is also a syndicated author for MennoNerds, a collective of Mennonite and Anabaptist writers, and is the co-host of That God Show with Matthew Paul Turner. Ben lives in Auburn, Maine with his wife Tracy and his daughter Johanna.

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