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Many media outlets continue to spread false information about AiG.
We are pleased to announce that enough money has been raised for the bond offering to allow the release of the funds to start construction of the Ark Encounter project in Williamstown, Kentucky.
Future of the Ark project to be revealed.
Looking back, as Answers in Genesis has stepped out in faith, we have seen God’s hand all along the way.
The Ark’s one and only voyage took place over 4,300 years ago, yet this magnificent vessel still captures the imaginations of believers and unbelievers alike.
Passing another significant milestone, the Ark Encounter, LLC, closed today on the last and largest piece of land for its planned development.
Answers in Genesis has been accused of being too evangelistic and too focused on the gospel of Christ Jesus. Could we be using our resources for something better?
With the announcement of the Ark Encounter, we received numerous letters questioning AiG’s next major project. Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S., responds to some objections.
Ark Encounter sails forward in Kentucky.
When we engage such compromising Christians, let’s not allow them to move the goal posts and let them escape their mistakes.
The Ark provides a picture of salvation, and thus allows us a great opportunity to proclaim salvation through the ultimate Ark of salvation: Jesus Christ.
What has dismayed me the most about the attacks on the Ark was the response from Christians.
The false idea keeps spreading that Ark Encounter will take tax-payer money and be a drain on Kentucky’s state treasury. We have submitted several guest columns to tell the real story.
AiG President Ken Ham comments on his debate last night with Rev. Barry Lynn on the Anderson Cooper 360 CNN program.
The two major newspapers in our state have been quite hostile toward the Ark Encounter and its goal of bringing parts of the Bible to life and presenting these biblical events as true history.
Is the Ark Encounter—the forthcoming Noah’s Ark-centered “edutainment” theme park—a “boondoggle” and an “embarrassment”? Apparently so, if one is asking the editors of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and several other newspapers that have recently printed anti-Ark editorials.
As we have had so many adults and young people visit, we asked ourselves: “How can we make an even greater impact? Is there something else God would be leading us to do?”
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