Upon watching the following video.
I thought to myself this Lee Hovind character reminds me of someone I know and have exposed before. Can you see the characteristics in his voice and cadence that are traits passed from his father? Before you watch it realize the person asking the first question is in fact, Ross’ son.
See the resemblance to Kent H? Well, you should because the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
As I watched more of the videos surrounding the creationists and their media campaign I noticed a few more characters Ross Jr is playing. You can validate what I’m saying is true by looking at the rest of his family who are crossing over and playing the supporting roles around them.
Kent E. Hovind (born January 15, 1953) is an American Christian fundamentalist evangelist and tax protester. He is a controversial figure in the Young Earth creationist movement, and his ministry focuses on attempting to convince listeners to deny scientific theories including evolution, geophysics, and cosmology in favor of a literalist interpretation of the Genesis creation narrative found in the Bible. Hovind’s views, which combine elements of creation science and conspiracy theory, are dismissed by the scientific community as fringe theory and pseudo-scholarship. He has been criticized by Young Earth Creationist organizations like Answers in Genesis for his continued use of discredited arguments that have been abandoned by others in the movement.
Hovind established Creation Science Evangelism (CSE) in 1989 and Dinosaur Adventure Land in 2001 in Pensacola, Florida. He frequently spoke on Young Earth creationism in schools, churches, debates, and on radio and television broadcasts. His son Eric Hovind took over operation of CSE after Kent began serving a ten-year prison sentence in January 2007 for federal court convictions for failing to pay taxes, obstructing federal agents, and structuring cash transactions. In a separate federal court case in early 2015, a federal court jury found Hovind guilty of contempt of court in connection with a charge of disobeying a prior court order. The trial court, however, threw out the verdict and rendered a judgment of acquittal, concluding that Hovind could not have disobeyed that order.
Lee Patrick Strobel (born January 25, 1952) is an American Christian apologetic author. He has written several books, including four which received ECPA Christian Book Awards (1994, 1999, 2001, 2005) and a series which addresses challenges to the aBiblically inerrant view of Christianity. Strobel also hosted a television program called Faith Under Fire on PAX TV, and ran a video apologetics web site. Strobel has been interviewed on numerous national television shows, including ABC’s 20/20, Fox News, and CNN.
They are being played by Ross Perot JR and his family.
Perot was born and raised in Dallas, the son of Margot (Birmingham) and Ross Perot. He graduated from St. Mark’s School of Texas in 1977. After graduating fromVanderbilt University, he served in the United States Air Force for eight and a half years.
Understand the evangelical TV business is a MASSIVE one. I have exposed so many now I have lost count. But don’t think I play favorites because I have exposed just as many on the other side of the argument. Here are just a few.
Westboro Baptists Bullsh*t