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Creationist Ken Ham: Atheists love ‘pagan’ Pat Robertson for making Christians looks silly

Ken Ham called televangelist Pat Robertson a pagan tool of secularists for his critical remarks this week about Young Earth creationists. A “700 Club” viewer challenged Robertson on Tuesday for agreeing with scientists that the Earth was billions of years old, which creationists believe contradicts the biblical account of the…

Ken Ham: Debating evolution with Bill Nye raised money needed to build Noah’s Ark

Creationist Ken Ham says his highly publicized Feb. 4 debate with TV “Science Guy” Bill Nye had helped his organization raise enough money to begin construction of a 510-foot Noah’s Ark attraction. The Creation Museum founder said Thursday that a $62 million municipal bond offering had raised enough to start…

WATCH LIVE: Bill Nye ‘the Science Guy’ debates creationist Ken Ham

Bill Nye “the Science Guy,” an Emmy Award-winning science educator and CEO of the Planetary Society, debates Christian author and Creation Museum founder Ken Ham on the origins of life. Watch live video below. (Starts at 7:00 p.m. ET)…

‘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…

Creationist billboards urge ‘atheist friends’ to learn how God built dinosaurs

Answers in Genesis’s Ken Ham placed billboards designed to “reach out to atheists” in San Francisco and New York City’s Times Square over the weekend. Ham’s organization runs a widely mocked creationist museum in Kentucky, and Ham himself is fond of insisting that humans aren’t related to apes. The signs…

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…

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