Or...how to have the least popular house on the block.
Creationist Ken Ham, the notorious owner of The Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum, has once again found a new way to
Ham's Noah's Ark Encounter depicts dinosaurs living in cages.
And it is ok--at the risk of ruining said joke--to note that I'll allude to two biblical texts? Second and more broadly: that
In the 19th century, biblical scholars discovered ancient stories of other "Noahs" who were saved with the animals in a great
It's like the 'Flintstones,' except on a big boat.
Well, that was too much for Ken Ham. Denying there was a real Noah's Ark and being a libertine? Calling Noah's Flood a fairy tale and being open-minded?