What Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter Fails to Address (Above is the picture of the Wyoming) There are many, many flaws with the Genesis story of Noah’s Flood, and there are many articles debunking it as well. So to add the case we will debunk just the size and construction of the wooden Ark alone. The ark was purported … Continue reading What Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter Fails to Address →
A man whose entire life is dedicated to miseducating children proves, once again, why the answers are never in Genesis.
The organization behind a tax-payer subsidized “replica” of Noah’s Ark in Kentucky is blaming atheists for tax-payers getting fleeced by the project.
In order to meet their goal to sustain the attraction in Williamstown, Kentucky, it was estimated that the park needed an average of 5,600 visitors per day. And while they barely reached around 10,000 visitors on the park’s opening weekend, it looks like attendance is not panning out.
Ken Ham just doesn’t like when children are exposed to facts.
No one has “Arkophobia.”
On Saturday, Newsweek ran a great expose on the Ark Encounter and the employment discrimination that led to the park losing its $18 million tax incentive.
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Creation Museum CEO and President Ken Ham does not believe in atheists. In fact, even though world-famous atheists such as Richard Dawkins claim not to believe in God, Ham believes that they are "so aggressive" in their beliefs because deep down in their hearts, they know the truth but …