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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?”
The media has provided ongoing coverage of Ark Encounter, the new project co-sponsored by Answers in Genesis. And—no surprise—the project is increasingly surrounded by debate.
It’s regrettable that some journalists, intentionally or not, have left readers and viewers with a totally wrong impression about the state’s involvement with the Ark Encounter.
The Ark Encounter is scheduled to be featured on ABC–TV’s newscast sometime soon, possibly tonight.
As God has blessed the Answers in Genesis ministry, we have been encouraged to see a tremendous amount of media coverage highlighting the biblical truths AiG proclaims through various outreaches.
The Ark Encounter will be featured on ABC–TV’s newscast sometime soon.
In case you haven’t heard, Answers in Genesis is partnering with Ark Encounter LLC to build what might be called the Creation Museum’s sibling: a $150 million Noah’s Ark-themed experience also to be located in northern Kentucky.
With this article, I’m thrilled to be announcing the start of an incredible project.
Yesterday’s announcement by Governor Steve Beshear of Kentucky that Answers in Genesis and the Ark Encounter, LLC will build a full-scale Noah's Ark in northern Kentucky drew wide media attention.
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear today joined the Ark Encounter LLC to announce the planned construction of a full-scale Noah’s Ark tourist attraction in northern Kentucky.
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