Phil Vischer writes that the kind of young earth creationism that Ken Ham promotes find it's roots in Seventh Day Adventists writings. Are you kidding me? That's like saying that the Trinity finds it's roots in Roman Catholism and not the Bible. How about the kind of young earth creation that Ken Ham promotes finds it's roots in the Bible and a straightforward literal reading of Genesis, not allegory. (See: Six Days of Creation by Ken Ham)
In the comment below he refers to NT Wright and CS Lewis (heretics), the Pope (a false teacher and leader of one of the world's largest false religions), Billy Graham (a compromiser with Romanism and a universalist -- more precisely an Inclusivist) and Tim Keller (a promoter of theistic evolution, Catholic mysticism and social justice) as a "mountain of scholarship" against the young earth position. This is hardly a "mountain of scholarship." (See "Related" links below)
"The concern is that everyone from NT Wright and Tim Keller to CS Lewis and the Pope to the Evangelical Council for Biblical Innerancy and Billy Graham have come out saying there is more than one way to read Genesis 1 and a young earth conclusion is not demanded by the text. Facing this mountain of scholarship, Ham’s response is that all these people are “deceived.”"
Personally, I think Phil Vischer has been deceived into believing man's word instead of God's Word! (See: Stop trusting man's word: Genesis and compromise featuring Ken Ham)
Ham on Nye Post Mortem - Phil Vischer - Official Blog http://philvischer.com/random-thoughts/ham-on-nye-post-mortem/
The Phil Vischer Podcast, Episode 89:
Ham versus Nye Recap!
Ham-on-Nye wrap-up. Pat Robertson says Ken Ham needs to give it a rest - surely a sign that the end of western civilization is upon us!!