Creationist Ken Ham attacks atheists' ‘blind faith’ in bizarre freak out over atheist rally in DC
Answers in Genesis president Ken Ham appears in a YouTube video (Screenshot)

If you've been following the career of creationist guru Ken Ham, you know that he likes to engage in a lot of projection. In particular, he likes to claim that people who look at the world through the lens of science and empiricism are the real religious fanatics who can't handle the truth that people used to ride around on dinosaurs when God created the Earth 6,000 years ago.


Via Patheos.com, it seems that Ham was recently at it again when he went off on a hilarious Twitter rant against the atheists who are organizing the pro-secularism Reason Rally that will take place in Washington, D.C., next month.

He starts off with a wild flourish by accusing atheists of having crazed beliefs that are based purely on blind faith:

"But wait," you interject. "Doesn't religion normally require worship of one kind or another? What do atheists worship?"

But Ken has the answer: Atheists worship themselves!

Game, set, match.

He also accused atheists of being so ideologically blind that they refuse to believe that Adam and Eve used to play around with baby brontosaurs in the Garden of Eden:

And then there's this:

It's hard to even know what he's getting at there.

In case you don't recall, Ham is in the middle of building a gigantic taxpayer-funded theme park based on Noah's Ark that's meant to "educate" people about the "real" history of the world. He posted some updates on the Ark's exhibit on Monday, not long after his tirade against atheism: