ark encounter kentucky

Nonbelievers in Kentucky see something wrong with celebrating this parable.
"It could help the hotel industry, the restaurant industry in that entire area," Keith Williams, the state's finance board
Ark Encounter was originally planned as part of a $150 million theme park that would include the attraction, but private
The network of 20 zip lines and 10 sky bridges opens June 20, and is set to be the largest of its kind in the Midwest. The
Beshear, a Democrat, has long been a supporter of the project. The $172 million undertaking and its $43 million in tax incentives
Things are about to get Biblical in Kentucky. On Thursday, the Kentucky Tourism Development Finance Authority gave final
"We just kept asking questions, and they couldn't provide any information," Dave Kirkey of Lebanon, one of the park's opponents
A recent study found 40 percent of Americans still believe in creationism, a statistic that suggests a large pool of potential
Ark Encounter, the Grant County, Ky. undertaking, marks Answers in Genesis's second foray into the world of ambitious religious