Ken Ham gives revisionist history of U.S. and calls Ark ruling best ever on religious liberty

Ken Ham gives revisionist history of U.S. and calls Ark ruling best ever on religious liberty February 29, 2016
Ark Encounter, LLC
Ark Encounter, LLC

Creation Museum CEO Ken Ham spoke at this years Proclaim convention, a gathering of Christian media elites who spend hours complaining about persecution.

Ham spoke on American history and said that “we need to be reminded of America’s history and laws, and also to be reminded of the nation’s biblical foundations, and need to be reminded of the saving gospel.”

This is the regular revisionist history we are used to from the Australian who later moved to the U.S. and began lecturing our secular government about some imaginary Christian history.

To make talk more delusional, Ham then said the recent Ark Encounter ruling, a ruling that forces Kentucky to accept an application by the park into the state’s tourism tax incentive program, “one of the best [his lawyer] has seen on First Amendment issues regarding the Constitution’s guarantee of the free exercise of religion.”

Ham later wrote of the speech on his blog saying that, “We need to stand up for this freedom, when so often these liberties are coming under attack in America.”

He was referring to his right to discriminate against others as a freedom, protected by his religion. Yes, he is arguing for legal discrimination. Can’t you feel the Christian love flowing out of him?


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