The worst pandemic
Here is something I read on Facebook.
The worst pandemic
by Ken Ham
A gay news source wrote an article about me with this headline: “Thousands of people are dying from coronavirus every day, but this Christian fundamentalist is raging over two gay cartoon ducks.”
Actually, my headline (which the writer of this article sadly wouldn’t understand as the “god of this world has blinded the eyes of those who don’t believe”) would be this: “150,000 people die each day in the world, and Ken Ham is concerned for their spiritual state and their eternity because of the raging pandemic of sin.”
Yes, the worst pandemic of all—sin—is raging about us and the death toll is 100%. I predict the writer of the article about me will one day die. From a perspective of a non-Christian, why do they care if people die?
After all, as Bill Nye once said to me, “When you die, you’re done.” So if you die and that’s it and you won’t know you ever existed, why do they care about people dying?
In fact, here we are in a coronavirus situation and most politicians claim they want to stop deaths. But, 1. they can’t stop the inevitable because everyone will die, and 2. so many are hypocrites as they insist on abortion clinics being opened so children can be put to death—more per day die from abortion than from the virus.
Most politicians are saying only essential places should stay open—but the most essential item of all concerns people spiritual health as: “It is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgment” (Hebrews 9:27).
Yes, we need to do all we can to fight disease and help the sick—but the worst sickness of all is the spiritual sickness that most of our politicians ignore.
Pray we can open the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum following all health requirements etc., so we can impact more people with the most essential message of all for their spiritual health—the truth of God’s Word and the saving gospel.
Posted on April 21, 2020, in Facebook and tagged Answers in Genesis, Ark Encounter, coronavirus, COVID-19, Creation Museum, Facebook, gospel, Ken Ham, sin, spiritual health. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.