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Creation Museum to unveil dinosaur skeleton it claims will prove biblical account of flood

The Creation Museum in northern Kentucky will exhibit a dinosaur skeleton it claims will prove the biblical account of creation. The museum operated by the Answers in Genesis ministry will unveil Saturday the Allosaurus fragilis skeleton, which it claims has one of the six or seven best-preserved skulls of its…

‘Science Guy’ Bill Nye plans to debate Creation Museum founder Ken Ham

Bill Nye “The Science Guy” is scheduled to debate Creation Museum founder Ken Ham next month. The former children’s television host and outspoken critic of creationist teaching will discuss whether the Bible-based version of Earth’s origins is a viable model Feb. 4 at the museum in Petersburg, Kentucky. The debate…

Creationist Ken Ham: Vote for godly candidates, not for policies that benefit you

A prominent creationist urges Christians to cast their ballots for candidates who agree with their interpretation of The Bible. Ken Ham, president of Answers In Genesis and the Creation Museum, said in a recorded message that Christian voters must choose only those candidates who justify their actions using scripture. “You…

Ken Ham responds to ‘secularists’ who mocked Creation Museum lightning incident

The fact someone was zapped by lightning at Kentucky’s Creation Museum shows “we all need salvation,” according to Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis. The founder of the Creationist-themed museum has responded to those poking fun at the incident, which occurred last week. “It has been quite amazing (and in…

Creationist radio ad: Evolution cannot be debunked with reason

You cannot convince people that evolution is false with logic, according to the founder of the Creation Museum in Kentucky. In a 60-second radio ad released Thursday, Answers in Genesis President Ken Ham admitted there was no scientific evidence that conclusively demonstrated that evolution was a lie. But that didn’t…

Ready for a Creation Museum expansion?

Are you lining up for tickets for the dinosaurs-walked-the-earth-with-Man venue this summer? And they want to inflict this anti-science BS on other cities, with mini-versions in churches. The group behind a museum that focuses on the biblical account of creation plans to expand the facility in Northern Kentucky over the…

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