• Answers in Genesis MEGA Conference

     

    If you’ve got some time to kill on the week of July 22, why not head to Tennessee and attend Ken Ham’s AiG MEGA Conference. Speakers include:

    • Ken Ham who will teach you how to save your kids.
    • Todd Friel, host of Wretched Radio (sounds like a fun station) who will get you up to speed on the latest news on the raging “homosexual war.”
    • Erik Hovand will teach a session on critical thinking.
    • Dr. Georgia Purdom will conduct a fascinating session on the “genetics of Adam and Eve.”
    • Bill Jack plans to compare and contrast the “ways of wizards” vs the “way of the wiseman.”
    • Dr. Tommy Mitchell will dispel the notion you can be “good without god.”

    This line up of speakers, along with the inspirational music of Buddy Davis and John Elliott, makes this conference a must-see. And it gets better…

    Ray Comfort will be there.

    Join us on Monday night, July 22, for the world premiere of a startling new film by Ray Comfort, titled Evolution vs. God.

    In the film, Ray Comfort takes his bold interviewing style and penetrating questions on prestigious university campuses, interviewing evolutionary scientists and students about the supposed evidence for evolution. Their responses may surprise you—as the film trailer states, “If you believe in evolution, prepare to have your faith shaken.”

    Ray Comfort will be at the conference on Monday night to personally introduce the film along with Todd Friel and Ken Ham. We hope you will be there to share in the excitement!

    Wait a minute. I thought that film was already available. Yup, for 20 smackers you can download and watch it online. Looks like the DVD will set you back around five bucks. Too bad they’re out of stock right now. So much for the “world premier,” but hey… accuracy doesn’t seem to be a priority at this event.

    Pricing is cheap considering the ticket includes an Answers if Research Summit (It’s a summit! It has to be scholarly and stuff!), as well as tickets to the Creation Museum (it’s called a “museum” so it’s on par with the Smithsonian… evidently).

    Adults are welcome. So are married couples and families. I live in Minnesota so I’m assuming all our newly married same-sex couples will be more than welcome at the “married couple” rate.

    I think we all should go. If a bumch of skeptics showed up, what could possibly go wrong?

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    *Update* Reader Jay McHue informed me that Minnesota Same Sex Marriage will begin in August, after the AiG event. Just an FYI. Thanks for the info, Jay! 🙂

    Related Post: Well played, Mr. Ham

    P.S. If you’re an AiG supporter visiting this post, you may find my interview with Terry Mortenson of AiG interesting. I met him when he was in Minnesota and rather enjoyed asking him and evolutionary biologist PZ Myers the same questions so readers could compare and contrast their responses. Terry was a very nice person and it was a pleasure to interview him.

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    Article by: Beth Erickson

    I'm Beth Ann Erickson, a freelance writer, publisher, and skeptic. I live in Central Minnesota with my husband, son, and two rescue pups. Life is flippin' good. :)

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    15 comments

    1. You’ve hit a nerve with a certain expert in lies (clue: rhymes with yam). Stop shaking your fist at God, you’re upsetting him. Well, Mr Lie is upset, anyway.

    2. Wow. I am truly embarrassed to live in the same state as you. “Hey, there’s some people who disagree with us! And they’re Christians! Let’s go bother them by being complete jackholes!” So much for “Minnesota Nice,” eh?

      By the way, Beth Ann, speaking of accuracy, you can’t take any “newly married same-sex couples” with you to harass people who are doing you no harm or foul because the gay marriage law in Minnesota doesn’t take effect until August, AFTER the conference. Oops. Well, I didn’t expect you to know that. After all, you’re far too blinded by your hate and intolerance to see anything else. But hey, you go right ahead and keep on self-righteously condemning others for their lack of accuracy while ignoring your own. (Psst. That’s called “hypocrisy,” Beth Ann. It’s something skeptics are full of, among other things.)

      1. Thanks for your comment, Jay. It’s always nice to hear from a fellow
        Minnestoan. Also, thanks for letting me know about the date same sex
        marriage begins. I’ll make a note about that on the post.

          1. I’m very happy to adjust my views when presented with verifiable information. Thanks again for your comment.

      2. Seems to me that there is somebody here blinded by hate and intolerance, yet they’re claiming to be a Christian. Do you really think your Christ would encourage people to denounce others as complete jackholes?

          1. Jesus also said, “Whoso sayeth, thou fool, shall be in danger of hell fire.” When’s the last time you threw “The fool has said in his heart, there is no god” in someone’s face?

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