Katy Perry's Super Bowl songs are meaningless garbage, says creationist Ken Ham

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Creation Museum CEO and President Kem Ham slammed the songs of pop singer Katy Perry as "meaningless garbage" and expressed concern over the morals of the future generation.

"So what does that mean with today's cultural trends?! The words on my TV as she 'sang," he posted on his Facebook page. "Most of them didn't even make sense—meaningless garbage. Do young people in the church follow Katy Perry? I hope not! Sensuous and evil! But it is a sad peek into the real state of much of the coming generation!"

Perry performed several songs at the Super Bowl last weekend at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona, including "I Kissed a Girl," the song that propelled her into fame.

Ham then quoted the lyrics to Perry's song "to show the state of the coming generation as very publically displayed at the Super Bowl." He also shared the Bible verse 1 John 2:15 as a warning to the millenial generation which says, "Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him."

Meanwhile in his Answers in Genesis blog, Ham criticised Carnival Corporation, the largest cruise line in the world for their "blatant use of evolution to advertise its cruises at the Super Bowl."

Their 60-second ad featured a speech given by former President John F Kennedy as he said that "we all came from the sea. And it is an interesting biological fact that all of us have, in our veins the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean, and, therefore, we have salt in our blood, in our sweat, in our tears."

Kennedy delivered that speech back in 1962 at Newport, Rhode Island.

Ham is in utter disbelief that Carnival Corporation would support this idea of evolution in order to entice more customers to go on a cruise.

"Don't you just feel this 'personal connection?' After all, your ancestor came out of the sea and evolved by natural processes to produce you," he commented. "Don't you feel the connection? Don't you just want to go on one of their cruises so you can stand on the deck of a big cruise ship, look at the sea, and contemplate your accidental beginnings — and perhaps worship the sea, because it gave birth to you!"

He called it "mind-boggling" and "ludicrous" that intelligent people could buy the idea that the whole universe was created by an accident.

"That's the increasing state of our culture as it abandons the truth of God's Word," he said.