It looks like Ken Ham read the writeup about the home-schooling convention.
Surprise, surprise, he’s not happy.
As I was checking out links on the internet yesterday (I receive “alerts” when the name of Answers in Genesis pops up on websites), I came across a scathing report of the recent presentations I gave at the Homeschool Convention in Naperville, Illinois. However, then I realized the report was written by an atheist who attended the lectures. Therefore, such mocking, scathing comments are to be expected.
Ryan and Mike didn’t make “scathing comments” because they were atheists. They ripped up what Ham was saying because it’s scientifically inaccurate and they’re concerned with what Christian, home-schooled children are learning.
Ham never links to the article, of course. That would allow his readers to judge it for themselves. Can’t have that happening, can we?