AiG to File Discrimination Suit against Kentucky | Answers in Genesis

answers-in-genesis-logoLawsuit to defend religious freedom explained in new video

by Mark Looy on February 3, 2015

Note: This article is slightly adapted from a news release being sent to the national media today. The release and this web article provide a link to a video of AiG President Ken Ham interviewing attorney Mike Johnson about the religious freedom lawsuit—watch the video at the link above.

Answers in Genesis (AiG), developer of the Ark Encounter theme park in Northern Kentucky, confirmed today it is filing a federal lawsuit against state officials for denying the park participation in the state’s tax rebate incentive program. Although the program is available to all qualifying tourist attractions seeking to build in the state, AiG’s application was rejected solely because of the religious identity and message of AiG. The lawsuit explains how this action by Kentucky officials, including Gov. Steve Beshear, violates federal and state law and amounts to unlawful viewpoint discrimination.

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One Response to AiG to File Discrimination Suit against Kentucky | Answers in Genesis

  1. Answers in Genesis has finally aroused the opposition of secularism and humanism. Not that AiG went out of its way to do so, but we are now going to find out that our nation is ruled by a conspiracy, that there are people behind the scenes who pull the strings. Anyone questioning the foregoing statements can exam Carr9oll Quigley’s Tragedy and Hope, Cleon Skousen’s The Naket Capitalist, and Bella Dodd’s School of Darkness. or any of a library of perhaps hundreds of thousands of volumes that have been written concerning the subject from one perspective or another. We are facing a Goliath of power, one well described in Dan. 2, and the answer is, in part, to be found in crying unto God in accordance with the guidance that we find in Jonathan Edwards’ Humble Attempt, the call to prayer which united believers to pray for the spread of the Gospel to other nations. William Carey and Luther Rice, to mention but two, served to initiate the Great Century of Missions or the modern missionary movement as it is usually called.

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