Ken Ham rainbow lights on ark


Jul 19, 2017 by Isabella Cox

Ark Encounter Takes Back the Rainbow With Beautiful Light Display

Ken Ham announced today via his Facebook page that his famous Ark Encounter will be permanently lit up with rainbow lights. The lights are far from a celebration of pride, but rather to honor and take back the original meaning of the rainbow--as a sign of God's covenant with man. 

The rainbow has been appropriated as a sign of LGBT "pride" in recent decades, but its original meaning is in Scripture, when God set the rainbow in the sky as a sign that He would never again destroy the earth with water (Genesis 9:13). 

The Ark Encounter is a to-scale replica of Noah's Ark that opened in July of 2016 as part of the Creation Museum in Williamstown, KY. 

Ham explained the reason for this beautiful, permanent display on his famous Ark in his Facebook post:

"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." 

A beautiful sign indeed! 

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