A little way into the lecture, Ken Ham asks the children in the audience a variety of questions. Most of these questions deal with evolution, common descent and dinosaurs. He asks the children the question, "Does Your Grandfather Look Like This?" and then a slide is displayed behind him of a "humanized" looking ape. The children all laugh as do their parents, because of course, they don't believe that their beloved grandfather looks like the rather strange and funny representation they are being shown.
Personally, I was struck by how much the slide resembled Ken Ham. It doesn't look a lot like my grandfather, neither like the grandfather of the children in the audience perhaps, but I can see quite a resemblance between Ken and the image. This could all just be my imagination of course, but if I was going to preach how we are not related in any way to apes, I would choose an ape-like picture which looked less like myself. So what do you think? Does it look like Ken Ham or not?
That's all for now, I am busy composing the hymn, "What A Friend We Have In Rhesus."
PS: This is for anyone who is interested in comparing MY grandfather with the slide.