August 15, 2014

Ken Ham's Kentucky Noah's Ark Project Construction Launches

With permits in place and other necessary elements in place, excavation on the long-promised Kentucky Noah's ark project is now under way. It is scheduled to be opened sometime in 2016. The location of the project is in Grant County in Northern Kentucky.

Ken Ham, most recently noted for his debate with Bill Nye the 'alleged' Science Guy, is heading up the project. Ham leads the ministry Answers in Genesis.

The ark itself will be built in exact proportion to the ark as it is described in the Bible. It will be 510 feet long, surrounded by a variety of other attractions of interest to families, including a petting zoo. Overall the project will entail about 200 acres.

Since the announcement the ark was going to be built in 2010, the project timeline fell behind donations, which resulted in delays.

Millions of feet of lumber will be needed to complete the overall project.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approved of a stormwater permit in July, clearing the way for construction to begin.

Also part of the ministry is the Creation Museum that was built near to Cincinnati, and has attracted over 1 million visitors since opening in 2007.

Originally published at Acts29review

August 12, 2014

Owensboro May Support Homosexual Attacks on Christians

While calling it a fairness ordinance in relationship to forcing the people of Owensboro, Kentucky to accept the anti-Biblical homosexual lifestyle, it is in fact an attack on the followers of Jesus Christ, which these types of ordinances are always adopted in order to use to legally attack them.

Knowing Jesus Christ rejects homosexuality, supporters of the aberrant lifestyle choice attempt to persuade city leaders that it's only a case of them wanting 'fairness,' rather than what it truly is: an attack on the beliefs of real Christians.

The fact that the Owensboro City Commission is even taking this into consideration points to it being infiltrated by homosexuals, or being pressured behind the scenes by them and their supporters.

With the ordinance being brought to the Commission by the Director of Owensboro’s Human Relations Commission, it means questions need to be asked as to the motives behind it. Is that person a homosexual? Does that person have a child that is homosexual, so is attempting to force the acceptance of that sinful lifestyle on the people of Owensboro?

Since there is not need for an ordinance put in place that forces Christians and others to go along with this lifestyle (they attempt to spin it as a ban on discrimination), there is no need to have the ordinance. After all, who knows if a person is a homosexual or not? How can you discriminate against a person who has no discernible means of identifying as gay, unless they're flaunting it?

This sinful Director of Human Relations Commission of Owensboro reveals the agenda behind the proposed ordinance: to make the city more culturally diverse, i.e., attract more homosexuals to the area. The result, according to this person, is it would attract more economic development.

In other words, the Director of Human Relations Commission of Owensboro is attempting to turn the city more gay, which of course would result in the gay evangelizing of youth, and an increase in unwanted same-sex sexual advances. The result will be more people turning against God and adopting the lifestyle choice from that added pressure.

I've seen other cities use economic development as an excuse to bring in more homosexuals, and the people I've talked to say they had to leave and work somewhere else because of the aggressive sexual advances from the homosexuals who wouldn't leave them alone. This included women approaching and harassing other women all the time.

We are starting to see what the gay movement is trying to do in Kentucky, which has been one of the stalwart states against this evil activity. They're targeting one city after another with these ordinances, which eventually will lead to an attempt to change state law concerning same-sex marriage, and other ungodly sexual sin.

Anyone that doesn't admit this is a subtle attempt at promoting homosexual behavior by force of law, doesn't follow the strategy of gay activist. Eventually there will be lawsuits and other actions directed towards those that reject homosexuality as a sin.

Worse, the city could become a cesspool of sin, as evidenced by cities embracing  homosexual activity and the accompanying agenda. Owensboro needs to soundly reject this, or replace the people on the Commission if they don't have the courage to stand up for what Jesus Christ stands for.

The Christians of Owensboro need to rise up strongly in rejection of this ordinance, telling the Commission there is no way they can support this direct attack on their faith in Jesus Christ.

August 11, 2014

Kentucky School District Rejects Government Food Police

Fort Thomas Independent Schools, located in the Campbell County district, has decided to opt out of the draconian federal school lunch program, as students reject the so-called healthy, bland food attempted to be forced upon them by big government.

More and more schools are making this decision for the obvious reason that it doesn't work.

Students have decided in many cases they would rather eat nothing at all, rather than be forced to eat what the government puts on the lunch menu. I've heard from a number of Larue County students that this is what's happening there as well.

Other things students do is go to a local restaurant or bring their own lunches.

Since how many students eat the government-designed menu are tied into funding, those schools where students reject the federal diet, lose money.

Across the country, about 47% of school meal programs had federal revenue associated with the program decline because of student choices to eat what they want.

This is the reason government needs to stay out or the business of its citizens. It has no authority to decide what children should eat, and then if they don't, punish the school for their choices.

In 2013, 146 of the schools surveyed had dropped the program.

August 4, 2014

Grimes: Obama's Rubber Stamp

Source: WFPL
A sign at a church picnic where Republican Mitch McConnell and Democratic opponent Alison Lundergan
Grimes were both in attendance, revealed the huge problem Grimes has going forward, as a growing number of people understand the hypocrisy between the official teachings of the Catholic Church, and the decision by Catholics who are Democrats, to ignore them.

One sign said this: "Alison's dilemma ... be a devout Democrat or a real Catholic."

Democrats who are Catholics have increasingly flaunted and ignored official Catholic teachings, while parading in front of voters as if they have some type of moral superiority.

Grimes is definitely one of these Catholics in name only, and rejects in many ways the core teachings of the Church; one of which is opposition to gay marriage, which Grimes has stated she totally supports.

It of course rejects all true Christians and Christian churches, which overwhelmingly oppose the sin of homosexuality and gay marriage.

The reality is Grimes is just another Obama robot ready to do her master's bidding, no matter what the people of Kentucky want.  

Grimes is a big government Democrat, as evidenced by her ridiculous accusation against McConnell for opposing a so-called fair wage bill for women, which was simply a bill introduced for the purpose of being used against Republicans during the next elections, because of the out-of-control Democrats and presidency, which operates as if it were a monarchy instead of being a representative government.

Her answer to everything is more government intrusion into our lives. Everything is about taking money from the productive and redistributing it to those that haven't earned it.

She is just another anti-Christian, big government liberal who believes government is God, and not Jesus Christ.

A vote for Grimes is a vote for Obama, no matter how it is spun. She's just an extension of who he is.

Grimes and Racist Democrat Attack on Mitch McConnell's Wife

Alison Lundergan Grimes has been conspicuously silent concerning the racist attack by Democratic operative
Kathy Groob, after Mitch McConnell proudly mentioned that his wife, Elaine Chao, is the only woman from Kentucky to have served in a president's cabinet. That was a reference to her being the U.S. Labor Secretary under George W. Bush.

Groob tweeted this: "Hey Mitch, nothing against your wife and spouses should be off limits; since you mentioned, She isn't from KY, she is Asian."

The idea that a woman isn't considered as being a person from Kentucky because of her ethnicity, is a continuation of the innate racist tendencies of the Democratic Party, which supported slavery for so long.

Grimes has yet to blast the statement made by Groob. The longer she waits to do so, if she ever does, the worst it will look for her; suggesting she wasn't opposed to the statement.

This is typical of the hypocrisy of Democratic leaders across the nation. The people of Kentucky can't send this type of person to Washington to represent them in the Senate.