Hovind also promotes numerous anti-government conspiracy theories, literally connecting "evolution, Communism, the New World Order, and the IRS" In November 2006, a federal jury found Kent guilty of several tax-related charges and sentenced him to 10 years prison.Following Kent's imprisonment, his son Eric Hovind — who, although also a creationist, is notably more lucid and grounded in reality — took control of the businesses and remade them into God Quest Inc.Hovind was released in 2015 and welcomed home by his son who carried on their ministry in his absence, fighting the “war against evolution and humanism.” Kent currently resides in Alabama where he is re-opening his theme park in Conecuh County.MSU’s Society of Creation Sciences is hosting Hovind, who has been roundly rejected by America’s scientific community and received his Ph. from an unaccredited Baptist correspondence school. The group is either oblivious to—or unconcerned with—the fact that he has spent time in prison, and is responsible for a host of wacky videos and bizarre conspiracy theories. I tried to stick to the relevant ideas as best as possible. Hovind begins by stating that humans have a few basic questions in life. Well, if you believe in evolution, you are nothing important. You will just go back to star dust." Apparently if certain ideas are displeasing, that is reason to suggest that they are of dubious nature.It's been demonstrated in laboratory tests that the brain doesn't even start to grow until kids are between 18 to 20 years old. It develops most rapidly between birth and the onset of puberty. Because you say so, and we're supposed to take that again on faith? This is because evolution has been mixed in with science throughout their educational processes. It's too bad that evolution is, in fact, part of science and always has been. Since the world is here, there are only two choices. Second, the text book could be in error, which is not uncommon.
He earned the inmate number for refusing to withhold payroll taxes from his Dinosaur Adventure Land staff, destroying records, mail fraud, filing false documents and threatening his investigators.
Hovind promotes young Earth creationist and Christian dominionist views in lectures and videos sold or publicized through his Creation Science Evangelism organization (despite having no legitimate comet did it.
Hovind then proceeded to ignore all scientific evidence on dinosaurs gathered this side of 1960.
On April 3, Mississippi State University [MSU] is hosting a guest lecturer who will speak on carbon dating techniques used to determine the age of artifacts.
The evening’s invited guest lecturer is none other than Kent Hovind, also known as Dr. Hovind is a creation science evangelist nicknamed Dr.