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American Atheists Jump on FFRF’s Anti-Christian Bandwagon

"Earlier this week, the FFRF threatened public schools in an effort to bully them not to send public school classes to visit our two Christian facilities. Following suit, the American Atheists, another anti-Christian activist organization, has sent threatening letters to two parks and recreation departments 'demanding that they cease promoting upcoming trips to Answers in Genesis’ Creation Museum and Ark Encounter.'” - AiG

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Ken Ham Hits Back at Christian Geologist Who Lists 21 Reasons Why Noah's Flood Never Happened

"Ham ... takes aim at the claims made in the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry article, published in the March/April issue, which suggests that Creationists are 'less imbued with scientific thinking.'" CPost

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Ken Ham’s Ark Replica Taken Into Heaven

Ark Encounter gets tax incentive up to $18.25M

"The Kentucky Tourism Development Finance Authority approved the incentive at its April 25th meeting, ending a years-long AiG battle with the state for the incentive that allows developers of certain tourism projects to recover up to 25 percent of the project's development costs over a 10-year span." BPNews

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