The guy who made his own Noah's Ark is back with a plan to mess up Halloween.
"Halloween is all about scary and spooky things," he said.
Or...how to have the least popular house on the block.
We could have told this guy this wouldn't end well...
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? This guy is talking to God
Ham describes The Ark Encounter as a "one-of-a-kind historically themed attraction," presenting "a number of historical events
It's like the 'Flintstones,' except on a big boat.
Twitter vs. Ken Ham.
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?
Equating science with atheism is one of the most dangerous byproducts of America's culture wars. This strange polarization portends disaster, as the country divides into factions that cannot find common ground on the way the world operates.