What a giant waste of money. Building a huge mythological boat just to make people more stupid.My wife Mally and I standing in front of @ArkEncounter --a world class attraction emphasizing the ARK of Salvation pic.twitter.com/Iv0qQUpzQi— Ken Ham (@aigkenham) April 25, 2016
In reaction to criticisms like that Ken took to Twitter to defend his Biblical theme park.
Secularists emphasize God's judgment at the Flood of Noah's day but ignore man's wickedness and why a righteous God had every right to judge— Ken Ham (@aigkenham) April 25, 2016
If Ham thought that he had somehow put the criticism to rest he certainly did not understand Twitter.Secularists emphasize the judgment aspect of the Flood but ignore man's wickedness and the fact God is a God of salvation providing an Ark— Ken Ham (@aigkenham) April 25, 2016
@aigkenham If someone kills 99 people but lets one go because he decided they weren't so bad he's not a saviour, he's a serial killer— Scott Johnson (@scottiej24) April 25, 2016
The lesson here of course is that if you are engaging in a battle of wits, you might want to make sure you brought wits to the battle.@aigkenham Salvation from what? From himself. Inventing a disease and selling the cure: that's what religion does best.— Mark (@fallenoutbrain) April 25, 2016
(H/T to Raw Story.)