Ark Encounter Founder Offers Free Admission to Public Schools
The Wisconsin-based atheist group, Freedom From Religion Foundation, warned public schools not to take their students to the Creation Museum or the Ark Encounter Park because of their ‚Äúovertly religious atmosphere.‚ÄĚ
CBN News reports that the FFRF sent over 1,000 letters to school districts across the country, many of them in Kentucky, warning them to stay away from these Christian attractions writing, ‚ÄúPublic schools cannot organize trips for students to either the Creation Museum or the Ark Park. It is unacceptable to expose a captive audience of impressionable students to the overtly religious atmosphere of (Ken) Ham's Christian theme parks."
When the Ark Encounter founder Ken Ham heard about the FFRF‚Äôs letters, he decided to challenge them, noting that he would not stand for their ‚Äúbullying and intimidation.‚ÄĚ
Ham offered free admission to all public school teachers and students that come...
I hope they go so the those atheistic leftists will learn about what the rainbow really stands for! Also, love Dr. Tim‚Äôs idea about the BTTF! Took something from their playbook! They‚Äôre just scared ūüėĪ! Lol ūüėā
This makes me wonder whether they would tell people to say away from the Museum of the Bible in good ol' Washington, DC? I really don't think any public schools will take their kids to the Ark place; they are too steeped in atheist teachings, esp. about the dinosaurs, that the ark is too far radical for them.