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Kent Hovind STILL In Prison – Son Eric Hovind Speaks Out

July 4, 2014

Much controversy has been surrounded around Creation Science Evangelism (CSE) founder Ken Hovind since his arrest in 2006 and his somewhat newer changed views (rejection) on the Pre-tribulation rapture. We have been asked about Ken Hovind on many occasions and we reckon this interview of his son Eric may help some of those to draw more conclusions on it:


More Info (past video):


While Ken Ham (AIG) and Ken Hovind (CSE) have differences it should be noted that Ken Ham has in the past defended Ken Hovind when being attacked by an atheists saying:

“Regardless of Kent Hovind’s legal issues, we have to say that this atheist is falsely maligning him—as he does me and other Christians on a regular basis. He is either deliberately lying about Kent Hovind’s blog postings, or he’s so blinded by his hatred of Christians that he can’t understand the simple literary technique that Hovind is using.”


We reckon there are many things we could agree on with Ken Ham and Ken Hovind and perhaps more so with Ken Hovind’s son than his father and some things perhaps not so much with all 3 of them.


Because Ken brought up Ron Wyatt (many years ago in above video) and we get asked about Ron Wyatt, we would have to warn about him: Ron Wyatt (1933-1999) was a diluted Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) who claimed to have seen Jesus dressed exactly like the SDA prophetess Ellen White described Him.


– BEWARE OF RON WYATT’S ALLEGED CHARIOT WHEELS (Friday Church News Notes, June 29, 2012,,, 866-295-4143) – The following is excerpted from “Ron Wyatt: The Indiana Jones of the SDA” by Wayne Jackson, The, n.d.: “Ron Wyatt (1933-1999) was a nurse-anesthetist in a hospital in Madison, Tennessee, and a sensationalist pseudo-archaeologist whose work has been debunked thoroughly by professional archaeologists and respected biblical scholars. … [Wyatt supposedly discovered some 92 relics or sites, including Noah’s home, fences from Noah’s farm, anchor stones from Noah’s ark, Noah’s altar, Noah’s tombstone, wheels from Egyptian chariots in the Red Sea, the Ark of the Covenant, the tables of the Ten Commandments, and a sampling of Christ’s dried blood, supposedly proving the doctrine of the virgin birth by means of a ‘chromosome count.’] … Wyatt claimed to have discovered the exact place where the Israelites crossed the Red Sea on dry ground, before the waters returned and drowned Pharaoh’s forces. He contended that he explored the floor of the Gulf of Aqaba, using scuba gear. Supposedly, he discovered ‘chariot litter’ in the form of wheels, body frames, and the bones of both humans and horses, scattered over a lengthy area. … Wyatt claimed that he was using simple recreational scuba equipment when he discovered these wheels, etc., at a depth of some 200 feet in the Gulf. However, ordinary scuba apparatus is designed to accommodate only a depth of approximately 125-130 feet. … Pharaoh’s army was said to have been destroyed ‘in the middle of the sea’ (Exodus 14:23) which, according to measurements of the British Admiralty, is almost 2,800 feet deep in the midst of Aqaba. … Then there is the issue of the ‘bones’–of both horses and men–that Wyatt reputedly found. Recall that the destruction of Pharaoh’s army took place about 3,500 years ago. Compare this with the following facts. The Titanic went down in 1912 and 1,553 people were lost in the wreckage. In 1985, [a mere] 73 years following that Atlantic catastrophe, the submerged vessel was discovered and explored and the remains of not a solitary person–neither skin nor bone–was found. Everything had been completely consumed by fish, crustaceans, and the destructive effect of salt water (HRR, 179ff). … One authority suggests that the video tape Wyatt employed to show these underwater ‘artifacts’ appears to be a hoax; he challenged him to subject the items to a C14 dating test–if indeed he ever had an actual sample of anything (Zias, op. cit.).”


– It should be noted that Henry Morris, who did a lot of good for the cause of Christ, was the founder of the Creation Research Institute (CRI). But he was an ecumenist and rejected the biblical doctrine of separation. Because of this rejection Dr. Morris actually joined the Creation-Deluge Society that was founded by Adventists in 1938. Adventists were founded by Freemasons and Adventists have a different gospel. They teach many other false doctrines like Soul Sleep and Sabbath Keeping to name just a few of the many.

Ken Ham one of the founders of “Creation Science Ministries” and now called “Answers in Genesis” (AIG) also has done a lot of good for the cause of Christ, but like Morris he is an ecumenist and is new evangelical in philosophy as well.

Cain’s Wife—Who Was She?

June 18, 2014


April 15, 2014

“In some circles, the fear of controversy is so great that preachers, and congregations following after them, will settle for peace at any cost—even at the cost of the truth, God’s truth. The idea is that peace is all important. Peace is a biblical ideal (Rom:12:18 makes that clear: ‘If possible, so far as it depends on you, be at peace with everybody’), but so is purity. The peace of the Church may never be bought at the cost of the purity of the Church. That price is too dear.

But why do we think that we can get along in this world or for that matter, even in the Church, without conflict and controversy? Jesus didn’t. Paul didn’t. None of the preachers of the apostolic age who faithfully served their Lord were spared controversy. Who are we to escape controversy when they did not? The story of the advance of the Church across the Mediterranean world from Jerusalem to Rome is a story of controversy. When the gospel is preached boldly, there will be controversy. The life of Paul is a life of controversy. Tradition tells us that every apostle, except John, who was exiled for his faith, died a violent death.”

– Jay Adams

Jude 1:3 Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints.

Matthew 10:34-37 Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And a man’s foes shall be they of his own household. He that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me.

Luke 12:51-53 Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division: For from henceforth there shall be five in one house divided, three against two, and two against three. The father shall be divided against the son, and the son against the father; the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother; the mother in law against her daughter in law, and the daughter in law against her mother in law.

Ephesians 6:17 And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God:

Galatians 4:16 Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?

Deuteronomy 25:1 If there be a controversy between men, and they come unto judgment, that the judges may judge them; then they shall justify the righteous, and condemn the wicked.

Habakkuk 1:4 Therefore the law is slacked, and judgment doth never go forth: for the wicked doth compass about the righteous; therefore wrong judgment proceedeth.





February 13, 2014


“The chief danger of New Evangelicalism is not the error that is preached but the truth that is neglected.”

“The New Evangelical narrows down his message, focusing only on a portion of the whole counsel of God (Acts 20:27).”

– David Cloud

Controversy in religion

February 13, 2014

“Controversy in religion is a hateful thing. It is hard enough to fight the devil, the world and the flesh, without private differences in our own camp. But there is one thing which is worse than controversy—and that is false doctrine tolerated, allowed, and permitted without protest or molestation…. Three things there are which men never ought to trifle with: a little poison, a little false doctrine, and a little sin.”

– J. C. Ryle