Ken Ham Wants To Make Sure Kids Have The Crappiest Halloween Ever
Come on folks, let the Devil have his day!
Creationist Ken Ham, who runs a Noah’s Ark attraction in Kentucky, is calling on followers to put some Jesus into Halloween.
In a new blog post, Ham said all of those trick-or-treaters coming to the door on Oct. 31 provided “a fantastic opportunity to share the saving gospel with your friends and neighbors.”
Ham’s message was actually a sales pitch for his organization’s “Halloween Learn & Share Kits,” which include religious pamphlets as well as fake money with Bible messages that are intended to be given out to candy-seeking children:
The fake million-dollar bills come with either a picture of a dinosaur or Noah’s Ark on the front, with ominous warnings of damnation on the reverse side.
“Have you ever lied, stolen or used God’s name in vain?” a message on one of the bills reads. “If so, you’ve broken God’s law. The penalty for your crimes against God is death and eternal hell.”