***Update***: Commenters are quick to point out that Ken Ham has no problem asking people to vote for the Creation Museum in the poll — that’s ethical and perfectly fine to him.
But when atheists tell people to vote against it, we’re “unethical” and “intolerant.”
How’s that for hypocrisy?
Ken Ham is *furious* with atheists:
For atheists, there really is no basis for their ethics, therefore they believe they can do whatever they want if they can get away with it. What is “right” or “wrong” to such people is all relative. So, to them, their tactics aren’t “unethical,” and their actions… are just what atheists are inclined to do because they are so intolerant of Christians.
Answer: We crashed a poll about places kids should go see before they turn 15 and pushed his Creation Museum off the top of the list.
They’re currently in third:
Atheists, Y U NO ETHICAL?!
Look, crashing the poll is just for shits and giggles.
Depriving children of knowing the evidence-based, scientifically-sound reasons for how we came to be because you insist on pushing the mythology mentioned in your outdated, inaccurate holy book? That’s unethical.