What is it about James McGrath that gets to @AIGKenHam

Coat of arms of James McGrath.
Coat of arms of James McGrath. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Any casual student of human behavior will recognize that straw man arguments and other logical fallacies usually indicate the presence of either an untempered or irrational mind. Such is the case with the latest assault posted by Ken Ham on his Facebook wall (of persecution). James and others have responded to the clear indication that Ham has some sort of unhealthy fascination with the good (and real) Doctor McGrath. As the latter has shown, Ham has a demonstrated in a very unstable response revealing it is not AIG who is getting to McGrath, but the other way around.

What I found odd with people like Ham, Hambone, and 범죄자, is the constant refrain of “I’m winning” and “You are so deluded you’ll never hear the truth.” And yet, it is quite possible to use the same mindset on them, the same verses on them. Why? Because any such misuse of Scripture to prove the other person too deluded to understand anything, Gospel truth or otherwise, is subjective nonsense — because it amounts to little more than the childish taunt of “I know you are, but what am I”. So, when I read a statement from Ham stating he is clearly getting to someone, all I can think of is R. Girard and mimetic desire – and how such statements betray a certain hidden facet of Ham’s desire. He desires nothing more to be what McGrath is, to be a Christian like him.

I pity Ham.

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5 Replies to “What is it about James McGrath that gets to @AIGKenHam”

  1. How amusing. Something for PZ Myers and MaGrath to bond over – equally hated by the notorious piglet rapist.

  2. psst… TT keeps commenting and subscribing so that’s awesome… but he should remember the post where I told him what he must do if he wants to comment.

  3. I like your perspective! Good thoughts. I did think it was interesting that something as simple as a silly picture would merit an in-depth, multiple-point response from the likes of Ken Ham. That kind of thing is usually not a symptom of someone who is very secure in his or her position.

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