Ken Ham and AIG EXPELLED from Homeschool Conference!
Recently Ken Ham wrote a couple of blog posts about a Homeschool Conference he was speaking at in Greenville South Carolina. Those blog posts caught the attention of the "Great Homeschool Conventions" board, who promptly emailed Ken Ham informing him that he was no long invited to speak at their conferences (one of which is scheduled to open next week in Cincinnati - the home of the AIG Creation Museum).
Ken's first blog post was entitled, "Another Compromiser Speaking at Homeschool Conventions"
Ken's first blog post was entitled, "Homeschool Convention in Greenville, SC"
Ken's second post was entitled, "Teaching the Truth Admist a Sea of Lies"
In the email to Ken Ham the GHC board wrote, "The Board believes that Ken's public criticism of the convention itself and other speakers at our convention require him to surrender the spiritual privilege of addressing our homeschool audience... Our Board believes Ken's comments to be unnecessary, ungodly, and mean-spirited statements that are divisive at best and defamatory at worst."
At that same link, you will see what AIG had to say about the accusations against Ken Ham. They responded in part by saying... "We often find today that if we speak against someone's theological compromise, we are accused of being ‚Äúun-Christian‚ÄĚ or ‚Äúunloving.‚ÄĚ This is a bigger topic for another time, but for the moment let us state that we need to understand what the Bible means by ‚Äúlove.‚ÄĚ It does not mean one doesn't publicly stand against error."
Ken Ham will be my guest on tomorrow's radio program to discuss this recent development.