An event with Creation Museum CEO and President Ken Ham as the featured speaker has been dropped by the University of Central Oklahoma after an LGBT campus group complained about his beliefs. “So the name ‘Ken Ham’ seems to invoke fear in the hearts and minds of the increasingly intolerant LGBTQ movement,” Ham wrote on Facebook on Tuesday.

“Pressure from a professor leading the LGBTQ group at the University of Central Oklahoma has resulted in my invitation to give a presentation on campus being cancelled, even though the university signed a contract. So much for ‘toleration’ and ignoring the university’s promise for free inquiry and expression.” Paul Blair, pastor of Fairview Baptist Church in Edmond, Oklahoma, who worked with a campus student group to arrange Ham’s speech at Constitution Hall, revealed that the university spends tax dollars on other events, such as drag queen shows and a “Safe Sex Carnival.” READ MORE