Ken Ham has said on several occasions that atheism is a “bankrupt, meaningless, and hopeless”.
“Atheism and secular humanism are religions. To understand and combat these religions, they are featured in the brand-new Volume 3 of Ken’s World Religions and Cults book series,” Ham also wrote on Facebook on Wednesday, promoting the book.
“Atheism — a blind faith religion that flies in the face of what is evident around us in the creation. It is a religion without hope and meaning. We need to show atheism for what it is — a religion many secularists are trying to impose on the entire culture,” he continued.
The book, which was edited by Roger Patterson and Bodie Hodge, claims that it will be “one of the most valuable for the Church in the Western World where anti-god and pro-evolution religions are beginning to explode, for it was written to refute those religions and show how they fail.”
World Religions and Cults Vol. 3 also promises to show believers how to spot the tenets and oppose humanistic religions, as well as how to present the Gospel to those “who have been deceived” by atheism.
Ham has said on several occasions that atheism is a “bankrupt, meaningless, and hopeless” worldview, and argued that non-believers need to “borrow” from Christianity.
“How can secularists talk about morality? Without an absolute basis where do they draw the lines? Who draws the lines? Ultimately it fails,” Ham, who is also the president of the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum, said back in September.
“Secularists borrow from the Christian worldview — they borrow from the laws of nature, from laws of logic — they assume God whom they reject,” he added.