Ken Ham, CEO and founder of Answers in Genesis and founder of the Creation Museum, stood before the partially built replica of Noah’s Ark at the Ark Encounter park in Williamstown.
Ken Ham, CEO and founder of Answers in Genesis and founder of the Creation Museum, stood before the partially built replica of Noah’s Ark at the Ark Encounter park in Williamstown. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com
Ken Ham, CEO and founder of Answers in Genesis and founder of the Creation Museum, stood before the partially built replica of Noah’s Ark at the Ark Encounter park in Williamstown. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com

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