Atheists at the Ark Encounter

Atheists at the Ark Encounter

On September 1st, 2017, Seth Andrews, Matt Dillahunty and various Kentucky freethinkers toured Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter in Williamstown. This…is what they saw.



Just Some Guy says:

I thought this was Noah's Ark, not a deleted scene from the Star Wars gladiator battle.

Captain Beefheart says:

It's scary so many Americans believe Genesis to be literal.

clergame says:

I always ask Christian this. "If Jesus is the only way then what about the people who died before he came?. In addition Christianity took time to spread so what about the people who died before it arrived in their area?." They sort of change the topic or split.

Nocturnalux says:

I cannot help but feel happy at how empty and desolate it looks.

David marzolino says:

Ken Ham is a douchebag, a large unadulterated bag of douche.

llongone2 says:

Kentuckians take note: when you here someone accuse you of being just a state full of rednecks, this is one (big) reason why. How did you let Ken Ham build this giant piece of crap there with tax-payer money? Actually, all states should learn from this. If you want to avoid being the butt of every joke, don't let fools like Ken Ham build religious monuments in your state. You gotta fight that bullshit!

HuckFinn says:

A true "Citadel of Stupid"…………..

Thuddy Waters says:

I have invented a complex machine which calculates the number of movies that the actor Alan Arkin has appeared in. I call it The Arkin Counter.

Poly Orchid says:

Ken Ham should ship this ark down to where the recent and current hurricanes are.

RockinJenna says:

Was that a dinosaur-kind running the uber toilet, or a donkey-kind? It was hard to see.

infocus says:

I laughed out loud at "Kenny Loggins".

Daniel Herrera says:

Dinosaurs….with mankind….ok…this whole exhibit is a joke. Along with any religion.


Did you know that the Lord Jesus Christ is coming again to take all who have been redeemed by His blood to be caught up forever with Himself in heaven? We learn of this exciting event, the Rapture, from the only authoritative source of information about the future—God’s Word, the Bible. We also learn from this Book that certain conditions will exist in the world just prior to and following the Rapture. Because we see these signs of the “last days” (2 Timothy 3:1-8; 2 Thessalonians 2:1-3) so prevalent in our current society, as well as prophesied political developments in the Middle East, Europe and elsewhere, we can say with all assurance that Jesus is coming soon. All is in readiness for the Rapture (Revelation 22:7,12,20).


The greatest day of the believer’s existence will be realized when he sees Jesus face to face at the Rapture (Revelation 22:4). He will be changed to be like Christ (1 John 3:1-3), forever free from sin and all its effects (Revelation 21:4).

The purpose of the Rapture is to transport to heaven every one who has believed on the Lord Jesus Christ as personal Savior since the first man, Adam. Though Adam sinned, and as a result all of mankind is subject to the wages of sin (which is eternal death and judgment), God in love provided a Savior for man in His Son. Jesus took the sinner’s place in death at Calvary’s cross. All who trust this blessed Savior, believing He died for their sins and rose again, are cleansed by His blood from every sin, and have eternal life (1 John 1:7; John 3:15,16).

The Bible tells us these are the ones who Christ will Rapture to Himself. “The Lord Himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord” (1 Thessalonians 4:16,17). There are many other Scriptures telling of this wondrous prospect for believers, such as John 14:1-3 and 1 Corinthians 15:51-56.


The unbeliever will experience the worldwide effects caused by the absence of millions of Christians who suddenly go missing. Also—according to Bible prophecy—in the seven years following the Rapture, terrible times of trouble (the Tribulation) will be brought upon the earth by God, with billions of people suffering physical torment and death.

Though it is true that many people who have never heard the Gospel before the Rapture will be saved during the Tribulation (Revelation 7:9-14), the Bible says that all who refuse to accept Christ now before the Rapture (including you, if you reject this message) will be sent “strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness” 
(2 Thessalonians 2:10-12). Ultimately, all unbelievers will have to face God at the final judgment, and will then experience eternal, spiritual death as they are cast into the Lake of Fire (Revelation 20:11-15; 21:8).


Will the Rapture be the greatest day of your existence, or will it be the beginning of unspeakable horror and suffering for all eternity? It all depends on whether or not you believe on God’s Son (John 3:36). The most important matter you need to take care of is not making a will, or building an underground shelter, but preparing to meet God by taking His salvation freely offered to you now before His judgments fill the earth (Revelation 6:12-17). “The gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ” (Romans 6:23; see also Ephesians 2:8,9).

You are not ready for the coming of Christ unless you have seen your need as a lost sinner, and trusted Him alone as your personal Savior. If you are an unbeliever now and continue to reject or neglect this great salvation, you will never hear the “shout,” you will never be able to go to heaven (Hebrews 2:3; Luke 13:23-28). It will be too late to repent at the Rapture, which will take place with no further advance warning in a split-second of time 
(1 Corinthians 15:52). “Now is the day of salvation” (2 Corinthians 6:2). “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved” (Acts 16:31). Then you will be ready when Jesus comes, perhaps today! —Tim Johnson

Jimmy Pete says:

$100 million! Wow! Ken Ham proved that Noah was a 1%er!

God gave us his Only Son To die for our sins says:

The ark was real

Drunk Mongs says:

"Let's go to the ark exhibition and make a video where we pull it apart!"

"Yeh, great idea!"

Yeh, because that's what nice people do isn't it?
Well done guys.
I'm an atheist BTW
You guys are just rude dickheads.

There's strong evidence that dinosaurs did co-exist with men… do some research…. also, there's a LOT of evidence that we've been lied to by the elite and that the earth is actually flat and does have some kind of barrier above it (sounds stupid, I know).

Operation Fish Bowl
Dinosaur soft tissue
Auguste Piccard
200 proofs that the earth is flat
Elite pedophilia
Elite satanists

Lastly… try and find a PHOTO of earth from space… a REAL PHOTO… the whole thing… try it… google it…. you wont find one.
So what's funny now?
Like I said… I'm an atheist… but this shit isn't a joke… it's just as true as the things that you've been told by "scientists" and "history books"

Don't assume you have all the answers and that you have the right to make fun of others when it comes to a difference of opinion.
Be better than that and put your time into finding the real answers.
Stop feeling special and intelligent because you watched some tv… get your hands dirty and do some fucking research!

Logan Oates says:

Guys, can you donate to me $100,000,000,000 – I want to build a replica of Spaghetti World! The Flying Spaghetti Monster has bestowed upon me, a vision!

artgoat says:

This is funded by the same people who repeatedly vote for Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul. Lord help them, they're just not very bright.

inova11901 says:

Where's the bilge pumps?

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