So, the Ark Encounter Is Racist, Anti-Women, Anti-Humanity, and Anti-Science?

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If you visit the Ark Encounter, you’ll see exhibits that teach all humans are one race and thus we’re all one family. But that is obviously racist. And you will see lots of female staff here at the Ark, so obviously we’re anti-women. And you will also find exhibits that explain that the gospel message is for all human beings, and our burden is for all to be saved for eternity. So we are obviously anti-humanity. You just have to understand what all the exhibits really mean, even if they don’t seem to teach it.

And all the books, curricula, and videos that we sell that teach all humans belong to one biological race, and we all have the same skin color (but just different shades representing a minute percentage of human genetic information) are really teaching people to look down on those with dark skin and be racist.

We’ve been caught!

Oh, and the plaques here with the names of the people who financially supported the building of the Ark have to be fictional, because even though it was entirely funded with private donations, it was really the state of Kentucky (and particularly the town of Williamstown) paid for it all. So yes, we made up all those donor names to pretend it was funded totally privately. We’ve been caught! And we haven’t even figured this one out ourselves yet, as we’ve hidden it so well, but somehow we are connected to police officers and certain events.

And all the scientists who have PhDs that work for the Ark Encounter must have purchased their PhDs online, as actually they’re all anti-science, but just pretend to know about genetics, biology, geology, and astronomy as if they know what they’re talking about. But it’s all a ploy to destroy the world, which is why I finally have to admit the following: the Ark Encounter has been holding the city of Williamstown back, and also is holding the state of Kentucky back. Not only that, we are so powerful, the Ark Encounter is holding the entire United States back. We’ve been found out! What next? Will we now admit we’re holding the entire world back?

Actually (and please don’t tell anyone) but we’re secretly promoting Christianity that is causing a crisis in this nation, and it needs to be dealt with.

Atheist Group Protests the Ark Encounter Online

Well, a local atheist group decided to protest the Ark Encounter online this year. They had a number of speakers for about 1.5 hours of anti-Christian, anti-Ark, and leftist political drivel with so much false information. A supporter shared with me a short video that excerpted two of the speakers. That’s how I found out about everything I mentioned above. It’s two minutes of your life you’ll never get back, but it will educate you perhaps in ways you’ve never been educated before. Enjoy.

Oh, and I sincerely mean this: pray for these lost people. They are our relatives and headed for a horrible eternity. And on another serious note: imagine what will happen to Christians if these people come to power in this nation.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
Ken

This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.

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