Is objective ministries for real???
thats the website that really makes me question if its a legitimate website, or just satire...but if you look through, at all of the peoples bios and the other information pages, it makes it look like a legitimate website. (seriously, who would waste all that time on a fake website like that...)
a friend sent me the URL and thought it was funny, i did too, i'm just a little worried that it might be real, i mean, do people actually think like that? haha, if thats true, we are really in trouble....
- Simon TLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
It's a spoof.
Interestingly enough it does reproduce/parody a Ken Ham document,
with a link to the original.
I read though it for a laugh, and what do I find at the bottom but the following disclaimer:
"Biblical Artefacts (sic) and Studies does not necessarily agree with all the doctrines promoted by Answers In Genesis, but their scientific and Biblical information about Creation, the Flood, fossils and the family is very informative."
So, they made it up, but it's a good story.
- Anonymous4 years ago
Objective MinistriesSource(s): https://shorte.im/a7Yzy
- Anonymous5 years ago
Mormons and Jehovah Witness even trick believers sometimes. They are very kind and good intentioned but unfortunately they believe lies. Weak minded like cult followers who blindly wander into a trap. Very sad. Look for watchtower and public service announcements. I am blessed by these because I too believe to be loving towards my neighbor but I do not believe like Mormon that man will become God and that I as a woman will spend eternity being raped and having children. Ugh. Nor the Jehovah Witness who thinks that earth will be a heaven. It goes against scripture so they make up their own "Bible." They are lost.
- 1 decade ago
TRully disturbing....The creationism section was the funniest...
No wonder christians dont think for themselves...