Ken Ham, president and founder of Answers in Genesis, took to social media Monday morning to send a message to secularists who criticize Noah's Ark and blame God for all of the world's problems.
Ham is launching The Ark Encounter, a theme park set to open in Kentucky this summer. The main attraction is the largest timber frame structure in the world, replicating Noah's Ark from the Bible. The structure standing at 510 feet long, in accordance with the dimensions specified in the Bible, is getting a lot of attention not only across the United States but around the world.
Along with international interest has come an onslaught of attacks on The Ark Encounter. Ham took to Twitter Monday morning to address those who are trying to discredit the validity of Noah's Ark and who argue that the Bible's account of the great flood is cruel and unjust. more >>
The Ark Encounter theme park, set to open in Kentucky this summer, will answer the most asked questions people have about the story of Noah in the Bible, says Young Earth Creationist Ken Ham.
Describing the coming attraction as "an awe-inspiring massive exhibit," Ham said people have been amazed by the ongoing construction of the life-sized Noah's Ark project.
"Sadly, many people (even in the church) have been exposed to the childish 'bathtub arks' we see in kids' books and on the walls of Sunday school classes and so on that make Noah's Ark seem like nothing more than a cute fairy tale. But once people see the enormity of this Ark structure, they will begin to realize it was a real ship," he wrote in a post on the Answers in Genesis website Monday. more >>
RONKS, Pennsylvania – During a recent tour and screening of the new theatrical performance of "Samson" at the historic Lancaster County, Pennsylvania theater, Sight & Sound, lead actor Michael Niederer (Samson) emphasized the power of the elaborate production's overarching theme – grace.
"It's amazing because I've been able to use the gifts He gave me for His glory and for His benefit," Niederer told The Christian Post.
Born and raised in a Christian home and doing theater since he was 7-years-old, the talented actor is grateful that he is able to use his gifts full time for God. Niederer talked about his character Samson and what he felt was a popular miconception about the famous Bible figure's strength. more >>
The Humane Society reports well over 2.4 million healthy cats and dogs are put down annually in U.S. animal shelters. That works out to be just over one euthanized every 13 seconds.
This statistic is heartbreaking to owners of barking, aggressive, or otherwise uncontrollable dogs. Dogs are man's best friend. But what happens when a Chihuahua is dominant, nervous, and draws blood whenever anyone gets near to it? What happens to a pitbull that goes after babies, is food aggressive, or wants to kill every dog it sees?
Enter Cesar Millan. Millan is dog's best friend. more >>
For all the pampering and looking after they get from humanity, sometimes dogs just don't get treated properly, as seen as by this hilarious video.
Posted to Facebook by Gregory Brooks, the video features a nervous looking dog who, by the power of dubbing, appears to be panicking over the news from his owner about food.
What message about food could lead this adorable pooch to be so grief-stricken? Well how about his off-camera master telling him that all the meat from the fridge was eaten? more >>
Just when you thought that panda bears could not get any cuter than they already are, prepare to be proven wrong when one of them falls into a ravine (don't worry, no one gets hurt).
In a video posted to YouTube, a panda who lives at a zoo in Japan found itself gradually sliding down an artificial hill within the complex.
Wearing oddly appropriate attire, zookeepers at Adventure World in Wakayama were playing with the adorable creature until it slipped to the bottom of a trench placed by the enclosure wall. more >>