Creationist Ken Ham: It’s Not God’s Fault That He’s Forced To Murder People With Hurricanes, It’s Your Fault

Creationist Ken Ham, who was most recently in the news with a transparent ploy to scam Kentucky out of sales tax, went on a hurricane-themed tweetstorm this morning. According to Ham, hurricanes (and – presumably – all natural disasters) are the direct result of so-called “original sin” and it’s totally not God’s fault that he is forced to lovingly murder millions of people. You did to yourselves, drowned children! Jesus is fucking love!

  • DaddyRay

    God is punishing the US for electing Trump

  • …we live in a fallen groaning world…

    Well, this definitely makes me groan, among other things.

  • Stogiebear

    I look forward to the day the FBI announces his arrest for child porn and kiddie rape.

    • lattebud

      I would hope that his crimes don’t involve children. How about terrorist threats, tax evasion, obstruction of justice and/or money laundering?

      • Stogiebear

        I certainly don’t hope that his crimes involve children, I just expect that they will. Happy to add your list to mine!

        • Galvestonian

          They’ll arrest him for fornicating with large fruit and vegetables like pumpkins, squash and watermelons at the supermarket … he’s working his way up to the fruit pies in the bakery section.

  • Tony Adams

    He probably says the same thing to women who are raped.

    • Scott Carpenter

      Daddy doesn’t beat me because he’s an abusive asshole, he does it because I’m bad, and he wants me to be better.

      • Tony Adams

        That great scene from Moonstruck. The old lady talks to Cher at the airport. “My sister is on that plane. Many years ago she stole my man from me. She said she did it to make me strong.”

        • storioni

          Actually, the old lady said “She did it to be strong on me.”

    • RJ Bone

      Or the children.

    • RaygunsGoZap

      Pastor: Stop crying, child! Be grateful that God has chosen you for this test. He knows you can handle this and come out stronger.

      Girl: But…but…YOU raped me!

      Pastor: Um…well…you see, God chose me too.

      That’s Ken and Crew in three..

  • That_Looks_Delicious

    Love the scientific diagrams to explain the process clearly.

    ROFLMAO Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
    *laughing so hard I’m crying*

    • clay

      It reminds me of ovaries, inflamed Fallopian tubes, and a uterus, and Ham’s conception of original sin probably supports that.


        It was self projection, cause he’s a KVNT.

      • RaygunsGoZap

        I was left wondering what the fuck all the sea life did that there are no oceans in this new perfect world.

    • lattebud

      I was thinking he must have a very creative assistant who is a master of PowerPoint to develop such graphics

    • ChrisMorley

      The “New Earth” is shown without oceans or visible water.

      How is Ken Ham’s Ark ever going to float?

  • justme

    and here I thought it was because of the fake Christians…

  • netxtown

    I don’t know which is worse: his spewing this shit, or the idiots who will lap it up.

    • Jonathan Smith

      the idiots.

    • lattebud

      We have to choose one? No option of “All of the Above”..?

      • clay

        greedy, greedy, greedy, and I bet you want to both suck and be sucked, too. πŸ˜‰

        • lattebud

          Depends on the day of the week. Does it end in “y”?

  • clay
  • Puck

    If I remember right, my Sunday school teacher taught that god promised he would never use a great flood again hence the rainbow as a reminder to us. Granted, christians have never been consistent on things so this may have been her interpretation.

    • Jonathan Smith
    • clay

      ( . . . as a reminder to GOD not to destroy the whole world by flood, but bits and pieces, or the whole world by fire, apparently, are fair game . . . )

    • Hue-Man

      Genesis 9:11-14 (KJV)
      11 And I will establish my covenant with you, neither shall all flesh be cut off any more by the waters of a flood; neither shall there any more be a flood to destroy the earth.

      12 And God said, This is the token of the covenant which I make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for perpetual generations:

      13 I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth.

      14 And it shall come to pass, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the bow shall be seen in the cloud:

    • RJ Bone

      He’d argue that his god said a flood that would destroy Earth. Local floods that kill thousands are just hunky dory.

      • cleos_mom

        Nevertheless, sending all that rain to north-central Missouri the morning of the eclipse was tacky.

        • RJ Bone

          Very douchey, even!

    • cleos_mom

      The biblical god had a shrewd lawyer advising him. He mentioned only destroying the world by a flood and left out every other method.

      Kind of like a serial killer in a Criminal Minds episode promising a victim that he won’t shoot her — he stabs her to death instead.

  • bambinoitaliano

    This coming from a guy who build a fake boat to scam money from the sheep.

    • Dagoril

      It’s really a shame Kentucky isn’t closer to the coast. The irony of his Ark Encounter being destroyed by a hurricane would just be off the charts hehe.

      • Chucktech

        Can’t you just see the headlines now? “Ark Encounter Museum Damaged by Flood.”

        • Uncle Mark

          “Ark submerged under 6 feet of water. All fake animals lost”

  • BeaverTales

    “I only hit you because I love you, you worthless piece of shit….. and if you ever leave me I will kill you” is the mantra of every domestic abuser on the planet.

    • crewman

      Which says something about who wrote the book in the first place and who it appeals to today.

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    • Harley

      Classic example of Stockholm Syndrome.

    • skyweaver

      I want to upvote this a lot more than I’m able to

    • Christopher
      • 2patricius2

        “Every breath you take
        Every move you make
        Every bond you break
        Every step you take
        I’ll be watching you”

        You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why. Jesus Christ is coming to town. He knows when you’ve been sleeping, he knows when you’re awake, he knows when you’ve been jacking off, so be good for Jesus’ sake…..

        • Kissmagrits


        • cleos_mom

          Although, of course, the worst Santa Claus would allegedly do to you is not bring you any presents this year. And at that, you might get some loot next year if you clean up your act.

          When I was a kid I always figured the grownups had made that part up anyway.

    • RJ Bone

      Makes sense. His boss is a malevolent, genocidal, dictator that allows the innocent to die while the truly wicked prosper.

      Infants slaughtered in front of their parents by his Chosen People (TM). Children who can’t even SAY cancer dying in AGONY.

      Religion is a con job to make tithe and control the populace using hope and justice for imagined wrongs that often don’t exist

      So yeah, it’s the wording of an abuser. That’s what people like him are.

      • Nowhereman

        It’s probably all our fault that his Ark thing is such a flop.

        • RJ Bone

          We, um, prayed to our, um, atheist god to, um, make their museum, um, not get enough people to…

          Couldn’t go further. At least it makes more sense than his mutterings.

    • BockMcMillan

      The “Look-What-You-Made-Me-Do”-syndrome. Seems like Ken Ham’s “God” is an abusive and bullying one. Not the kind you would like around your kids and family, now is it?

      • Librarykid

        Why does his face look like the textured foam rubber padding they put under our carpet in the 60s? Hate, maybe?

        • Kissmagrits


        • Bad Tom

          Hate? Fate.
          Ugly goes clear to the bone.

      • prixator

        Taylor Swift is god?

    • vorpal 😼

      It’s a relief to know that god will never globally flood us again (as proven by the rainbow) and just keep things to nice little localized floods and hurricanes instead.

      What a stand up guy this god is!

  • Christ. What an asshole.

    • (((GC)))

      Since Christ invented hell, you’re absolutely right!

  • 3-Star

    Yes and Kentucky deserves it’s natural disaster known as Ken Ham.

  • Michael R
    • Robincho

      OMFG — it’s a starnesnado!…

    • clay

      I now want morel mushrooms with sweet corn for lunch.

    • That_Looks_Delicious

      Are those “tumbleweeds” supposed to be red blood cells, strawberries or pizza slices? Fascinating graphic, either way.

    • RJ Bone

      Um, so, I got like three hours of sleep last night and often don’t get awesome things until everyone else does…

      I don’t understand. Would someone please share the joke…?

    • Wayne Crockett

      Tumbling Hams in honour of the disphit subject of the meme.

  • Robincho

    A fresh reminder that bobbing for french fries is never a good idea…

    • clay

      Have you seen Logan Lucky? It has an scene of bobbing for pigs feet at the county fair.

      Meanwhile, Ken Ham dreams of a new face, along with that new heaven and earth.

      • dr tod

        Logan Lucky, one of the more entertaining movies of the season. Very droll.

    • Dagoril

      Any idea what happened to his face? I’m going to go with syphilis until a funnier answer comes along.

      • TCinBerkeley

        All we can assume is that he sinned against G*d and Ken got the weaponized Acne Vulgaris as a result. /s

        See how that works Ken?

  • Chris Baker

    Theoretically, it’s Adam and Eve’s sin, which we are still paying for, 6,000 years later. It’s as if your great-great-great-great-great grandfather committed a crime and now you are still getting beatings for it. You weren’t asked to be his grandchild, you just happened to be born in the family.

    I used to believe all this stuff, but if you look at it logically, the average human is more forgiving and gracious and kind that the evangelical God. Apparently this God has his hands tied due to his own laws. Imagine getting angry at your children one day because they did something you told them not to do, and telling them that you would never buy ice cream for them again, ever. I am sure that most parents would realize they were too harsh and would one day relent and buy their children ice cream because they really love their kids and were able to forgive them because you knew they sometimes made mistakes and had errors in judgement.

  • Tomcat

    Anyone that gives a dime to this charlatan is a bigger fool than he is.

  • Jay Mills

    I’m convinced we are living in a really fucked up computer simulation.

    • RJ Bone

      It had to be, or no one would believe it and entire crops of coppertops would be lost.

      The Machines hate that.

  • bambinoitaliano
  • OdieDenCO

    yo kenny, if your christian belief is true, why hasn’t god destroyed all the non-christian nations?

  • marshlc

    Back when we were huddled together in caves, trembling before the storm, and trying to make some sense of a hostile world, this explanation must have seemed as good as any other. Just as an alcoholic’s child thinks “If I was only really really good, none of this would happen…”

    But even then, I bet, at the back of some caveman’s mind was “There could be something in this for me….”

  • barrixines

    Meteorology is Satanic.

  • Karl Dubhe

    Delusional fuckwit sez whut?

    Ken Ham’s a bigger crook than most of his ilk. Here’s hoping this act of god smites his motherfucking Ark bullshit. Hopefully taking him with it.

    • netxtown

      hopefully he – and his ark – will go belly up.

      • Karl Dubhe

        The Ark already is, if he wasn’t propping it up with donations from his other ‘religious’ businesses he’d be more fucked than he is.

        Not enough rubes want to visit a bullshit exhibit. Even they know the Ark didn’t happen.

        • Reality.Bites

          Whether you believe or not, his ark is a lousy exhibition in the middle of nowhere

  • Jonathan Smith

    “Secularists like to mock the Christian God when we see tragedy cause they don’t want to acknowledge our sinful state before a Holy God”
    yes, because YOUR doG is a joke.

  • clay

    “Secularists like to mock the Christian God” I did not know that God was a follower of Christ.

    “For those who . . . believe evolution, all the bad things . . . are a result of . . . evolution.” No, they are the cause of evolution. Do try to keep up.

  • madknits

    So, basically, God is a douche bag.

    • PeterC

      So his “god” is the cause of these changes.

      • Reality.Bites

        Not surprising. Look at their respective followers

        (Meant as reply to Harley)

    • Harley

      And is more evil than Satan

      • ZRAinSWVA

        As creator of all, She would have had to create Satan, or at least allowed him to occur. So either a really terrible douche bag, or not so powerful after all…or just totally made up BS.

        And the mental gymnastics to go from God will kill you just ’cause to God loves you unconditionally.

    • Librarykid

      No, the people claiming to know what God thinks and wants are douche bags, horrible hateful, criminal douche bags.

  • barrixines

    The hurricane season will not be officially over until every one of these superstitious hucksters has publically aired their hateful batshittery. Has Tony Perkins held a press conference yet to let us know who he blames for weather?

  • Tatonka

    Nice. He’s created 27 eight-by-ten color glossy photographs, with circles and arrows and a paragraph on the back explaining what each one was as evidence to be used against us.

    That’s the kind of crazy that shows you care.

    • clay

      good thing Justice is blind

      • David Milley

        You can get anything you want …

        • clay

          but not at Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter… and excepting Alice.

    • Bj Lincoln

      Love the reference to Alice’s Restaurant.

  • That_Looks_Delicious

    OT – Apparently nobody has been able to get in contact with anybody from Barbuda since it got hit 5 hours ago. Still no contact. Scary.

  • Rex

    I never did blame God.
    But now I know who to blame – Ken Ham.
    The Hurricanes are Ken Ham’s fault.
    Thanks, Ham.

  • I’m waiting for the tweet from him that says, “Send me money. I’ll see what I can do.”

    • carrot festival

      Joel Osteen beat him to it.

      • RJ Bone

        Joel Osteen is more popular. Ken nevet gets invited to all the cool parties.

  • Tawreos

    Don’t you feel bad for making god punish you. A fine display of christian empathy.

    • Gustav2

      Take the Old Testament away from these folks and they have no dogma.

      • Tawreos

        That is why Ham is such a prick about it. He knows if Genesis can be disproved the rest of the bible will unravel along with it.

        • Gustav2

          Yes, his particular brand of Christianity would fall away.

      • RJ Bone

        They say it doesn’t apply when it hurts them and cling to it when it suits them.

        Talk about cherry-picking.

  • Joseph Miceli

    The difference between this superstitious twaddle and a witch doctor cutting open a live chicken is one of degree, not of type.
    Hamm’s bleetings are unworthy of debate. What is worthy of address is his misuse of funds and bad faith maneuvering to avoid taxes at his “Ark Encounter.” “Give unto Caesar” my motherfucking ass!

  • Acronym Jim

    Speaking of scary clowns, did anybody else catch the season premier of American Horror Story – Cult? I can’t decide if it was over-the-top absurdity or brilliant satire or both…much like Ken Ham.

    Oh, who am I kidding Ken Ham is a silly absurd clown. Not a scary one.

  • tim870

    I don’t blame god at all. Because he doesn’t exist.

  • HomerTh

    Why did his God punish his face?

  • orion dumptee

    oh man,, this ‘half-baked’ ham is totally whipped

  • Ginger Snap

    These religious shit bags can’t just wish everyone stay safe they have to blame EVERYTHING on them and by them I mean the poor who won’t get any relief help.

    • Jonathan Smith

      well, if they are poor, it’s because they did not love jebus enough……

    • RJ Bone

      Hello. It is *checks tithe records* wonderful to see you. Give me money.

      *Every Ken Ham church service ever :P*

  • William

    God is sending these hurricanes because people voted for Donald Trump.
    Prove me wrong.

  • romanhans

    Wow. It’s like the surprise twist in a movie. Christians are waiting for God to destroy the world and rapture them, so climate change and hurricanes are GOOD. C’mon, God — send more signs you’re back to kill the Sodomites!

  • Christopher
  • LeeCMH

    Why doesn’t Ken just say it, “I hate faggots.”

    • Beagle

      Because he hates everybody?

      • LeeCMH

        Well, he probably hates most people, except his fellow hateful Christian brethren.

  • orion dumptee

    he had an awful time being born…,that is, until the doctor turned his mother OVER..

    • (((GC)))

      A little boy, out in the park with his parents, sees two dogs having sex. “Mommy! Daddy! What are they doing?” “They’re making a puppy.”

      A few nights later, the boy happens to walk in on his parents… “Mommy! Daddy! What are you doing?” His father answers, “Um, we’re making you a baby sister.”

      “Turn Mommy over. I’d rather have a puppy.”

  • Acronym Jim

    Apparently Ham’s perfect new earth has an atmosphere filled with oxidized copper dust.

    • -M-

      I was wondering why the restored world looks nothing like the perfect one. It’s like he doesn’t know what the words mean.

    • carrot festival

      Now with extra flavor crystals.

  • thrunch

    I would think an omnipotent and omniscient God (that loved everyone) would have more precise aim.

  • That_Looks_Delicious

    Along the same lines, this is apparently for a real video game.

    • Bj Lincoln

      I guess even christian kids need games too.

      • Jonathan Smith

        we played Doctor.

  • Buford

    I’ll state the obvious… I’m not sure why THESE GUYS get to be the official spokesdicks for what God means by His actions. My take is that it’s more likely that God is using this hurricane to wipe out all the hateful, bigoted, hypocrites who place their faith in charlatans who make a comfortable living telling other people what God wants them to do or who He wants them to hate.

    • Librarykid

      I’m thinking that God must not care what people think about God based on the people God allows to serve as God’s PR squalid, I mean squad.

  • pgarayt

    So it’s Gods fault your an idiot.

  • RJ Bone


    Hi Ken. How’s that ark experience treating ya, Ken? State’s pretty mad at you, aren’t they, Ken?

    Still have PTSD from Bill Nye, Ken? Still avoiding Aron Ra, Ken?

    Also we’re all classified as apes. A christian did that, Ken. You should look in the mirror sometime, Ken. The resemblance is astounding. Ken.

    Have a nice day, Ken πŸ™‚

  • TimJ

    Weird, there’s no water on Ken’s New Earth.

    • DaddyRay

      But it has glitter

  • I can already tell it’s going to be a “Mark All As Read Day” without opening a single item in my News Reader.

  • Clive Johnson

    The original sin is the moral character of the Christian god traditionally conceived.

    This theology claims that all was created by this god. Logically this must include cancer, AIDS, stroke, and so many and diverse other diseases that if these were the intentional product of an intelligent designer, then this designer would have the character of a super serial killer, an evil genius scientist, a psychopath who apparently takes extraordinary and perverse joy in suffering.

    From what I can tell the Christian devil lives in heaven.

  • Jonathan Smith

    so, to paraphrase the headline:
    :It’s not God’s fault you don’t love me enough to make up for that % that does not, your going to drown anyway Biatches!”

  • DaveMiller135

    So, I guess there’s a lot more sin in the coastal regions.

    • Jonathan Smith

      and more sheep in the interior……..

    • Gustav2

      That’s why we vacation there…

  • TheGrandWazoo2

    Ken Ham word search puzzle.


    • Jonathan Smith

      send gay hookers?

      • Todd20036

        And lots of XXX porn

    • Bad Tom

      I was instantly drawn to the word that looked like XXXSEXXX.
      There were other words?

  • Hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, plagues, meteors …. they have been a part of the natural world billions of years before humans came on the scene, and they will be here long before we’re gone. There is nothing supernatural about them. It’s hard to believe that evangelicals are spouting this mumbo-jumbo in the 21st century.

    • RJ Bone

      As long as people can be suckered, there will be grifters.

      As long as people can hate themselves for their mistakes because someone tells them to, there will be preachers.

  • Skeptical_Inquirer

    After watching a ton of Kitchen NIghtmares clips, bad cooks and fundajelicals have so much in common. They serve the worst slop, are totally in denial about it being slop, demand insane amounts of $$$ for slop and then wonder why fewer and fewer people want it.

    On an OT note, I still can’t get over people who do things like freeze stuff beforehand, then microwave it before sending it out to customers. If people wanted a microwaved frozen dinner, they’d go to the supermarket and get it from the freezer.

    • Keroleen

      So true! It’s pretty much a given on both Kitchen Nightmares and Hotel Hell, the chef, owner or both (assuming they’re not the same person) will give some sort of “Well, it’s not the food, our food is excellent” statement, only to promptly be proven wrong. The denial boggles the mind. Extra upvote for the “WTF’s with the frozen food?” sentiment.

  • pj

    im sure he will have something pithy to tweet after the storm is over too.

  • GayOldLady

    Ken Ham @aigkenham
    “World we live is not original world God made. God made a perfect world-we now
    live in a fallen world cause of sin- look forward to new earth 5:53 AM – Sep 6, 2017”

    What sort of a “perfect world” has a forbidden fruit that destines you and every generation that follows to lives of disease, famine, disaster and death, if you make the horrific mistake of eating that fruit? That’s not a loving god, that’s a vindictive, malicious, malevolent god. Take your god and shove it!

    • (((GC)))

      An all-loving, all-powerful god could have given us free will WITHOUT suffering and disease and disaster and death – just like that god supposedly has for itself!

      It really looks like his god is either
      – limited (can’t do anything about bad things happening to good people),
      – malevolent (set up the entire system so we’ll suffer, and likes it that way), or
      – imaginary.

      • GayOldLady

        – does not intervene in the affairs of humans, Earth or anywhere in the Universe.

    • cleos_mom

      But an imperfect world is exactly how it’s supposed to be. It appears to be a universal characteristic.

  • Larry in Oklahoma

    Ken is being his usual cruel and totally Christian self. According to him, we are all responsible for whatever bad has happened to us. So…what happened that caused his pet project, the Ark, go under? Musta been something really bad Ken did. Hypocrite much?

    • Todd20036

      Has that actually gone under yet?

      • Larry in Oklahoma

        I don’t think it ever really set sail. Apparently, it wasn’t GOD approved and GOD endorsed, after all. πŸ™‚

  • RJ Bone

    We’ve secretly replaced Ken Ham’s god with Folger’s Crystals. Let’s see if he notices.

    • Jonathan Smith

      crap……is crap.
      i’m guessing no

    • (((GC)))

      So often “God’s Plan” is indistinguishable from no god and no plan.

    • The_Wretched

      As ‘god is love’ and ‘god is all around us’, he might notice getting buried in coffee love.

      • RJ Bone

        DEEPLY BURIED. Then maybe he’ll be dug up later and stuck in a museum as a great example of a moron.

  • Jerry Kott

    Another example of artificial intelligence off the rails?

    • Jonathan Smith

      nah, sounds too much like “work”

  • Gregory B

    This makes me sick to my stomach.

  • rednekokie

    Perhaps religious zeal wouldn’t be so bad if there were actually anything to back it up. But it is totally in the bizarre imagination of losers such as this nut case — who wants nothing more than to impose his pie-in-the-sky deity on the rest of the world. He has absolutely no conception of science, the world, or the people in it. None. Not to mention the fact, that this small planet and everything on it is but a tiny, tiny speck in the overall greatness of the universe itself — probably inundated with tiny specks such as our earth, filled with tinier specks of living matter — who may or may not have the same ideas.
    I wonder, if there were a universal war on ideology, which speck would win!!!

    • CB

      What it has to back it up is that there are millions of people who are willing to throw money at crap like this because they’re afraid to die and have the masturbatory pleasure of seeing themselves as righteous and superior to others. The tragedy of this is that it is often more powerful than reason.

  • Lee Grupsmith-Pedersen

    Okay, Hammy, we live in a sinful world. What are YOU going to do about it? Are you going to lift a finger to alleviate any of the misery? Faith without works is dead. Not unlike your Ark thing.

  • Ken M
    • Halou

      If he built that thing on the coast where it’s seaworthiness could actually be tested, what are the odds he would keep it closed to hurricane and flood survivors. It’s what god would have wanted.

    • The_Wretched

      That pond looks toxic. It’s a pity they built that boat shaped mall on a hill top. We’ll never flood it now.

    • RJ Bone

      It breaks immersion πŸ˜›

  • LeeCMH

    The hateful Christian message is clear when blaming natural disasters on filthy sodomites.

    God is not going to specifically address the sodomites directly, but will punish everybody.

    Therefore, to protect yourself from God, you need to eliminate the filthy sodomite faggots yourself.

    Basically, a call to arms. Praise God and pass the ammunition.

  • Elsewhere1010

    And a great big hasa diga eebowai to you too, asshole.

  • No More GOP.

    He so badly needs psychiatric care.

    • LeeCMH

      Ham knows what he is doing. All he is doing is fomenting fear, hatred, and distrust of the government — his primary mission.

  • Paul_in_Dallas

    Today’s anagram (with BONUS homophone!)

    Ken Ham ~ kahn ’em

  • 2patricius2

    Ken, it’s not our fault that you believe in a primitive, genocidal, sadistic, monster god rather than in scientific facts. Nor is it our fault that your creation museum ark is a huge boondoggle failure.

  • LeeCMH

    Wasn’t there a person in Houston — a modern day Noah — God could have warned so he could build a big boat.

    • 2patricius2

      Joel Osteen was his name. He built a big mansion out of the way of the storm, and he had a big church. But he didn’t want them to get dirty, so he didn’t want to let any of them in.

      • LeeCMH

        Come-on, Osteen has just installed new carpet.

        • Vira

          Thinkin’ Jojo’s carpet is not matchin’ his drapes.

  • DrRobY

    If god is using hurricanes/tornados to punish sinners, why is it that he seems to be targeting the areas of high evangelical populations and Trump supporters? Oh wait, never mind, I answered my own question.

    • LeeCMH

      You are asking too many questions. Just shut-up and believe.

  • kareemachan

    You’ve just defined your god as someone very ungodlike.

  • Galvestonian

    Whatever … send money.

  • Dagoril

    Let me guess. Exterminating the gays will make his evil god stop murdering everybody with hurricanes.

    Was I close?

  • Friday

    What a psychotic religion.

  • Vira

    Why can’t stupid x-tians just tell god to get over it and stop making things so goddamned difficult for everybody?

  • boatboy_srq

    Given how many Red States are initial-landfall territory, all Ham’s tirade boils down to is “The Holy Extermination of The Other Among Us is incomplete.”

  • TexasBoy

    GOD: “I didn’t wanna kill all those people. You made me do it. I had no choice. You know…sin and all, even though that whole sacrificing my son thing was supposed to fix all that and fill me with rainbows, unicorns, and love…I just can’t help myself. I am what I am, a vengeful, mean, destructive hateful. jealous, loathsome deity.”

  • Kissmagrits

    Actually, America committed a major sin against itself when immigration issued Ken Ham a green card. Further, I imagine Australians breathed a collective sigh of relief when we trustingly relieved them of their burden.

    • RJ Bone

      If you want to be punched in the face by an Australian atheist, suggest that Ken Ham should come back to Australia.

  • Uncle Mark

    Ken, since you choose not to believe in science (even though some of us believe that intelligence and reason were also gifts from the divine that we are supposed to use), then let’s couch this argument along the lines of your beliefs:
    How about your god is bringing these disasters because y’all are fucking up his creation…hunting his diverse creatures for sport, dumping crap into the skies, water and land, cutting down the trees, instead of showing your god honor by safeguarding his creations. Your sacred tome says that man was given dominion over the earth, but y’all forgot about the part where man was also supposed to be the good steward of the earth, but like a spoiled brat, you think you can continue to fuck up your god’s creation because somehow he’s going to clean it all up and give you a new one to fuck up. Now what genius or parent would entrust a new gift to a bratty child, who will only fuck it up again?

  • boobert

    Original sin is the biggest crock of shit they got ! God supposedly gives us free will, but we’re all suffering from someone else’s mistakes. lol

    • RJ Bone

      Someone ought to hire him on a farm.

  • Nic Peterson

    Forgive me for thinking that everything that comes out of this mans mouth is bullshit.

  • Pip

    Actually, Ken, hurricanes are a reminder that when warm moist air over the water rises, it is replaced by cooler air. The cooler air will then warm and start to rise. This cycle causes huge storm clouds to form. These storm clouds will begin to rotate with the spin of the Earth forming an organized system. If there is enough warm water, the cycle will continue and the storm clouds and wind speeds will grow causing a hurricane to form. It’s basic Earth science, not some mystical magical being.

    • RJ Bone


    • RJ Bone

      %Err, I mean, but god USES science to murder all those sinners!%

  • Gregory Peterson

    Devastating hurricanes are a reminder that God has obviously always hated North America even before it was inhabited. Covered in shallow seas, stomped on by giant dinosaurs, ice ages, erupting super volcanoes, intense droughts, giant hail storms, massive floods, blizzards, massive fires, devastating hurricanes, extreme tornadoes…then humans came along and did more punishment to this much abused continent…and each other.

  • Pete Maher

    The “New Earth” apparently doesn’t have any oceans. Which means it doesn’t have any clouds. Which means it’s pretty much a burnt cinder floating in space.

  • The_Wretched

    Secularists like me mock you, Ken Hamm, when you insist your god is punishing what you don’t like. Get back to me when all the christian churches reconcile on what exactly is your one-true-god. Also, we have a pretty good grasp on weather and climate these days. Maybe you could take a few courses in meteorology?

    • Ann Kah

      God isn’t smiting Ham, as far as I can tell, but given his low ticket sales god is certainly ignoring him. As he has been ignoring everyone for the last couple of millennia…it’s almost as if he doesn’t exist, right?

  • Nowhereman

    Where do you even start with these idiots?

    • M Jackson

      Start at their twitter feed.

      • Nowhereman

        I’m not a twitter user and haven’t bothered to figure out how to do that.

        • M Jackson

          I opened an account only so I could read some of the tweeters who are referenced in this comments section (i.e. Becca). Only in the past few weeks have I begun to post a few comments –(Nugent=Bad/Cher=Good)
          but I am very wary of being as flamingly political on Twitter as I am on Disqus forums, where my account is private.
          In general, while it’s entertaining to “follow” Bette Midler, there’s much to be said for staying out of the water as you are doing.
          I do NOT Facebook.

          • Nowhereman

            I don’t do Facebook, either. Disqus is about the extent of my social interaction online. I hear people say they are only on FB to keep in touch with family and friends. I don’t get it myself. I just call or email them directly. I don’t expect a lot of privacy online, but I do like to limit my exposure.
            On the flip side though, I love it when flaming right wing nazi-wannabes get fired after their boss sees their social media posts.

  • Dom Saunders

    World we live is not original world God made. God made a perfect world-we now live in a fallen world cause of sin- look forward to new earth

    How does this NOT come off as sounding like some Heaven’s-Gate-Death-Cult bullshit? Don’t drink the kool-aid, sis.

    • RJ Bone

      They’re all kinda already death cults who believe in blood magic that existed before they did, so…

  • koseighty

    Ken says sin on Earth caused death, disease, pain, suffering, and emotional anguish.

    But Lucifer and his angels sinned against God β€” in Heaven.

    That means Heaven is full of death, disease, pain, suffering, and emotional anguish.

  • FuzzyOtter

    I agree that humanity is responsible for these severe hurricanes, but through the environmental instability that we have created, not as a byproduct of moral lip service to a mythological being. May as well say we haven’t been performing sufficient sacrifice to Zeus and Poseidon.

  • RJ Bone

    This is where I point out that there have been a bunch of natural disasters, many recently (which their god uses to punish humanity) in this country since January 20.

    Just saying.

  • TheManicMechanic

    I really can’t get my head around this guy’s deranged thinking at all.

  • This just in. Theres no water in heaven.

  • KnownDonorDad

    Go away, you delusional carpetbagger.

  • Princess Lardass

    Go back to your hideous ark. Better yet, sail it back to Australia.

  • infmom

    Nothing new. The Bible is full of stories about how the Israelites got stomped because they just weren’t devout enough.

  • JCF

    So Ken’s pizza-face acne scarring is his own damn fault, eh? FFS…

  • Dan 1

    Ken Ham:
    “World we live is not original world God made. God made a perfect world.”

    “I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things.” β€”Isaiah 45:7

  • Danieruw

    Original sin indeed

  • itsnwman

    YES. AND I guess that is why you actually have to pay the business taxes you tried to escape. It is because of your sin of thinking you could tell people how to act based on your mythical beliefs. SINNER

  • leon bushnell

    What a bunch of arbitrary bullshit. No person with any reason can buy into this shit. It is either brainwashing or retardation or both.

  • Jeremy Stout

    Fuck you, Ken.

  • Ghallway

    This god guy kinda sounds like a dick.

  • I thought Jesus died on the cross to wipe away original sin?? Does Ham not believe in Jesus?


    This dude’s head looks kind of like a pineapple

  • cleos_mom

    Odd how religious cultists would insist that their god created all the galaxies — but had to come up with a culture-specific human sacrifice gimmick to forgive his creation’s unauthorized curiosity. This is a confused deity with a very bad boss.

  • Grandma Mo Says

    Ken Ham and every miserable excuse for a human being, who is claiming that the indiscriminate death and destruction caused by these horrific hurricanes is God’s doing because of the sin of Adam and Eve, or because of LGBTQ people getting equal rights, or any other supposed sin NEED TO SHUT THE HELL UP!

  • Roger Peritone

    Thing is? Even according to the bible, that’s bull. After they ate
    of the fruit of “knowledge of good and evil”, all that happened was
    that they realized they were naked. Nothing actually happened until
    biblegod had his hissy-fit, where he threw a bunch of curses around.

    And no, this mess is *not* “our fault”, Ham. How could “adam and eve”
    know that disobeying god by eating of that fruit was “wrong” until AFTER
    they ate it? They had no knowledge of good and evil until then!
    Even so, it’s our supposed ANCESTORS who did that, not US! How is it
    “our fault”?

  • PurpleAardvaark

    See… In Hamworld, all the storms and earthquakes and tsunami are how his loving god punishes us all because that darn woman wasn’t obedient. She ate the fruit of the tree of knowledge! Can’t have no smart women telling us that we’re naked, no siree. We’re all supposed to be happy and ignorant just like the Hamgod intended us to be. And if we don’t do Ham says and repent and atone for her sin we will be chucked into a lake of πŸ”₯ where we will be tortured forever and ever and a few millenia after that while he and his buds watch and point and laugh.