Ken Ham: The Cincinnati Zoo Gorilla Incident Reminds Me of Abortion and Jesus

Ken Ham has finally weighed in on the weekend incident at the Cincinnati Zoo, in which a gorilla (Harambe) was killed after a three-year-old fell into its enclosure. Experts say that zoo officials made the right call in shooting the animal — the boy’s life was in serious danger — and Ham agrees with that assessment.


But not before noting two things about abortion and Jesus. Because Christians like him have no other interests.

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Rush Limbaugh: Evolution is False Because That Cincinnati Zoo Gorilla Never Turned Into a Human

Rush Limbaugh, whose science degree I assume is lost in the mail somewhere, announced on his show yesterday that evolution must be false because Harambe, the gorilla who was killed at the Cincinnati Zoo over the weekend, never turned into a human.


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There’s An Emoji Bible for People Who Think “God Did Magic” Is Too Intellectually Stimulating

Congratulations, America.

The Bible was too difficult for you to read, so someone had to make you the Bible Emoji: Scripture 4 Millenials.

Because you can’t even spell “Millennials” right.


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In Singapore, Teen Atheist In Trouble Once Again for “Wounding Religious Feelings” Online

Last year, 16-year-old Singaporean YouTuber Amos Yee was arrested and convicted of “wounding religious feelings” and “obscenity” after he made a video mocking Christianity and Singapore’s founding father, Lee Kwan Yew. Though he was handed a jail sentence of multiple weeks, the court awarded him “time served” for how long he had been in custody and basically let him go.

So he continued posting his videos.

Now they’re coming after him all over again.


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After Jehovah’s Witnesses Try to Convert Grieving Woman, She Knocks on Their Door for Answers

Jean Sergent-Shadbolt‘s roommate, Michael Boyes, died a few months ago. She was devastated, as you might imagine. And she said as much to a member of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, who knocked on her door a few weeks later.

But the New Zealander was royally pissed off when, exactly three months after Boyes’ passing, she received a handwritten letter from the Witnesses all about how the religion could help her deal with questions about death.


She felt that was a step too far, trying to convert someone who was so vulnerable. It was downright “predatory,” she said.

And so she decided to follow the return address, knock on their door for once, and get some answers.

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