Creationist Ken Ham's 'Meet the Real Noah' Billboards Demanding Christian Attention

Times Square 'Meet the Real Noah' billboard
An artist's rendering shows the 'Meet the Real Noah' billboard in Times Square, New York City. (Courtesy of Answers in Genesis)

In the wake of the highly controversial film Noah, creationist Ken Ham has taken out billboards in the Hollywood-Los Angeles area and Times Square in New York City.

“The new boards are designed not only to counter the anti-biblical Noah film … but also to draw attention to the Creation Museum’s excellent displays about the reality of Noah’s flood and Noah’s Ark,” Ham, Answers in Genesis president, wrote in a blog post Sunday.

An article on answersingenesis.org says director Darren Aronofsky’s film “blasphemes God, maligns the character of a righteous man, adds pagan and mystical elements, and twists the biblical narrative.”

The article explains that Answers in Genesis’ billboard campaign is a “public effort to expose the film’s unbiblical content.”

There are 11 “Meet the Real Noah” billboards that went up in the Hollywood-Los Angeles area last weekend.

“We have an obligation to send out a warning and in so doing also to communicate biblical truths and undo the possible damage that might be caused by this sci-fi fantasy—one that is making a mockery of the word of God and its true account of Noah, the flood and the ark,” Ham wrote in his Time magazine review of the movie.

Click here to watch and read Answers in Genesis’ review of Noah.

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