Ken Ham, the group’s chief executive, said marketing surveys suggested that the complex would draw not just home-schooling families and other creationists, but mainstream church groups and curiosity seekers.
(From Darwin-Free Fun for Creationists)
We know that all homeschoolers are fundamentalist Christians, right? I know the Times is just quoting Ham, but I find the quote with no balancing statement to be upsetting (and it isn’t a direct quote, which often means that there was some change by the reporter.)
Yes, I’ve sent off a.
Please —f you do send one too, make sure that it’s calm, rational, and factual. Double-check your grammar and spelling. No, I shouldn’t have to say that, but all of us have allowed passion to override our normal standards at some point.
(Cross-posted to HSing communities and lists)