I can remember the first time that I met Ken Ham. His son and I were classmates in the same major at Bob Jones University. We graduated together, so when we went to get pictures with the faculty heads in our group, we naturally ended up in the same place. So, I shook his hand and got a photo with him. Little did I understand who he was.
At that time I should have known his name, and his organization. It wouldn’t be long until I was reading a lot from Answers In Genesis and learning a lot about Creation Research.
Now, everyone knows him, and they’re even making poems up about him spoofing Dr. Seuss:
I do not like green eggs.
But, I love Ken Ham, I do.
I do not like green eggs here or there.
But, I love Ken Ham anywhere!
I do not like green eggs in a box, with a fox,
In a house, with a mouse.
Green eggs make me sick just to see ’em.
But, I love Ken Ham and his (His) museum!
But seriously, what they are doing at the Creation Museum is a great testimony to the Bible and to Jesus Christ. We need to begin at Genesis to teach people about a great God that created all things and loved us enough to send His Son to die for us.