Would you call this pedagogy?

The governor of Kentucky sees nothing wrong with promoting this charlatan's act, but watch this video of Ken Ham 'teaching' an auditorium full of children. It's appalling.

"What do you say when someone says 'millions of years'?" "WERE YOU THERE?"

Hey, kids, what do you say when someone says Jesus is Lord, the Grand Canyon was carved by a global flood, and Adam and Eve hung out with dinosaurs?

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