Creationists, Proudly Selling Lies to Children
Acting Liar-in-Chief at Creation Today, Eric ‘Son of Convicted Felon Kent’ Hovind, has recently been trumping the launch of his ‘Creation Club for Kids’, a series of thoroughly misleading, pro-Creationist horseshit peddling, slender tomes aimed at preaching anti-reality nonsense to children. He’s even set up a Facebook page which remains (for now) freely open to comments.
I have a question, how do you square the Bible’s commandments not to lie with foisting heinous dishonesty on children?
For example, your organisation claims that the Grand Canyon was caused by the Biblical flood, yet this is clearly not the case if one examines the make up of the canyon. I know that Eric Hovind is aware of this, as I’ve discussed it on a podcast with him – yet he continues to tell these huge lies.
Are you of the opinion that the ends justify the means? That using any falsehood necessary is fully justified if you ‘win’ a ‘soul’ for Jesus?
I wonder if Creation Today will follow in the footsteps of every other Creationist group on Facebook, and ban me after deleting my comment?