Rainbow Lights on Noah’s Ark Replica Riles Homosexual Community
MCD Staff

MCD Staff

Ken Ham, president of the Answers in Genesis Christian ministry that built the $100 million Ark Encounter biblical theme park in Williamstown, Kentucky, riled LGBT advocates Tuesday when he announced that they will be reclaiming the rainbow for God with permanent rainbow lights for their life-sized Noah’s Ark replica.

The Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky features a 1:1 replica of Noah’s Ark as the centerpiece for a Biblical theme park. The founder of the park, Ken Ham, plans to illuminate the ark at night with rainbow lights as a symbol of God’s covenant with man to never use a flood to destroy all of humanity again.

LGBT activist and critics of his project are attacking him for using the rainbow symbolism outside of the context of the LGBT agenda. Other critics of the project such as atheist, including Bill Nye, have taken grievance will the project as well as mocked the religious beliefs of the creator, Ken Ham.

Ham said in a statement on Facebook: “We now have new permanent rainbow lights at the Ark Encounter so all can see that it is God’s rainbow and He determines its meaning in Genesis 6.

 

 

“The rainbow is a reminder God will never again judge the wickedness of man with a global Flood—next time the world will be judged by fire.

“The Ark is lit permanently at night with a rainbow to remind the world that God owns it and He decreed it’s a sign of His covenant with man after the Flood—Christians need to take back the rainbow as we do at the Ark Encounter.”