The Consequence of Compromise

by Ken Ham on August 18, 2014

One of AiG’s opponents wrote this last week in regard to his opposition to the life-size Noah’s Ark project:

I am openly anti-Christianity, anti-Islam, anti-Judaism, and anti- you name a religion, because I am openly an anti-theist. Religion, as the late Christopher Hitchens put it, “poisons everything.” I have never hid my disdain for the Christian religion, but I am against them all, if an Islamist was trying to build a theme park to celebrate their myth and asked for tax breaks, I would be just as opposed.
He also wrote this—which should be a warning to all Christians and Christian leaders who have taught coming generations they can reject Genesis as literal history:
Ken Ham keeps insisting that I am anti-Christian because I don’t believe in his ludicrous myth that a genocidal flood killed everyone on the planet except Noah’s select few and a handful of animals. Sorry Ken, but even my Christian parents told me that was a fairy tale when I was growing up. But of course, you will pull a no-true-Scotsman fallacy and claim they cannot be Christian if they deny your interpretation scripture, but I digress.
Yes—God hates compromise! Contamination destroys.

“You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt loses its flavor, how shall it be seasoned? It is then good for nothing but to be thrown out and trampled underfoot by men" (Matthew 5:13).

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken

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