Ken Ham Irked by 'Hypocrisy' of Secularists Over 'Loch Ness' Story
Young earth creationist Ken Ham is peeved that news outlets have made a big deal out of the discovery that one Christian textbook labels the "Loch Ness Monster" as proof against evolution.
While Ham, president of Answers in Genesis, doesn't agree with that teaching per se, he finds it hypocritical for the secular public to mock and reject the teaching while letting other "outlandish" things slide.
"There is no textbook, whether Christian or secular, that is perfect! But what's more is that the secular world has often put forth numerous scientifically untenable theories," Ham said in a post Tuesday....
Unfortuneately we have a few planks to pull from our own eyes here in the church where the likes of Bruce Waltke and Tim Keller and others put forth a few theologically untenable theories as well as scietifically untenable theories to support theistic evolution, a theory in and of itself, which profits nothing and accomplishes little more than to destroy the doctrine of biblical innerrancy.