Kentucky to give $11.1 Million to build the ark that was never built in the biblical myth

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A church-state watchdog group has spoken out against a road improvement program being reviewed by the Kentucky State Legislature due to it being connected to the construction of a Bible-themed amusement park.

Americans United for Separation of Church and State has denounced the project, which would provide $11.1 million for various improvements to KY 36, a highway that is near the site where Answers In Genesis’ Ark Encounter Theme Park will be located.

Known as the “Ark Park,” the theme park would showcase a life-size replica of Noah’s Ark, built in the same dimensions described in the Genesis account of Noah’s flood.

Alex Luchenitser, associate legal director for Americans United, told The Christian Post that his organization opposes the monetary expenditure over its apparent religious entanglements.

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2 thoughts on “Kentucky to give $11.1 Million to build the ark that was never built in the biblical myth

  1. Are they actually going to make it big enough to hold two of every creature? (and seven of every “clean” creature, whatever that’s supposed to mean)

    If so, do you think Kentucky will be big enough?

    1. Yes, they are. And they are going to spend some of those millions on cloning real dinosaurs to fit in the dino area of the ark.

      And they are going to make sure the animals are vegetarians so the carnivores don’t eat each other.

      They are going to do all the above science through the magic of prayer.

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