Ken Ham climbs into bed with white supremacist group

Is Ken Ham in bed with white supremacists?According to a blog posted on Americans United’s blog, he seems to be: We don’t know how Ken Ham feels about white supremacists, but he clearly has no problem partnering with one. If the company you keep says a lot about you, what does Ham’s relationship with Michael Peroutka say about him? Michael Peroutka is the founder of the Institute of the Constitution, a Christian nationalist group that supports white supremacists, and Peroutka is a current m … [Read more...]

Ken Ham is still lying to the public about The Ark Encounter discrimination

Ken Ham is still lying about the Ark Encounter.Ham continues to push the lie that the genocidal theme park is not hiring, when this blog has shown countless times that they are in fact hiring for a full time position for the project and are discriminating against potential employees in doing so.The images below show the position in question, again, showing that employees must sign a statement of faith and that the job is also a ministry to spread the word of God.Ham is a recent … [Read more...]

Ken Ham thinks he thinks he has found 10 evolutionary myths and he is wrong

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Answers in Genesis are an endless provider of material for this blog it seems, as they have recently posted their Top Ten: Myths about Evolution, and as you can imagine it is a beautiful fabrication of straw men and make believe.They lack even the most fundamental understanding of not only science and the scientific method, but for people whom claim to study this stuff everyday, they have less than a middle school understanding of evolution.The danger this causes is that they sell others … [Read more...]

Americans United sends Kentucky governor a letter condemning Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter discrimination

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In a story that broke right here on Danthropology, the discovery that Ken Ham's Ark Encounter was hiring for positions to work for the for-profit theme park was being done by the non-profit Answers in Genesis in an act to hold employees to a religious test.The Ark Encounter has applied for an $18 million tax incentive for the project, but is in clear violation of the law, disqualifying them from such an incentive.Federal and state laws prohibit for-profit business from discriminating … [Read more...]

Ken Ham’s 10 facts that prove creationism – Debunked

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As an ongoing theme for this site, I will be addressing claims against evolution, this is one of the reasons I call the blog Danthropology, not only is it the greatest pun you have ever heard, but I am an anthropology major, more importantly, evolutionary anthropology.So I take great interest when creationists like those at Answers in Genesis present their “facts” for creationism, and like the gift horse they are, they keep on giving.Earlier this week they told us about the common myths a … [Read more...]

Creationists are dishonest about their own beliefs and these 10 claims prove it

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Creationists in the US are relentless. They act as though their belief system is under constant persecution from scientists and the US government and believe their beliefs are on equal footing and should be brought into the public school classroom.They spend a lot of money and influence a lot of politicians into voting against science and education reform if they fear it would hinder their ability to sneak creationism into our everyday lives.And while making fun of creationists is … [Read more...]

The dishonesty continues from Ken Ham and Answers in Genesis

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As discussed in a previous post, Ken Ham has denied that the Ark Encounter is hiring any employees, yet lists a job on the Answers in Genesis (AiG) website for an Ark Encounter Position. I mentioned this to him on Twitter, but of course he simply denied. @danarel This is an Answers in Genesis position not Ark Encounter— Ken Ham (@aigkenham) August 11, 2014What it appears is happening here is that AiG is hiring employees for their non-profit and having them work on … [Read more...]

A response to Ken Ham’s erroneous accusations

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In a recent series of tweets, I called out Ken Ham's Ark Encounter for the proposed $18 million in tax incentives the project applied for in an effort to help fund breaking ground on the long delayed project.The Ark Encounter is an amusement styled park owned by Answers in Genesis, the same organization who runs The Creation Museum, and the park is based around the biblical myth of Noah's Flood.Ham plans to recreate the ark for tourists to walk through and learn how a 600-year old man … [Read more...]


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