Ken Hamm Offers Premium Pass For Ark Encounter That Includes Deliverance From Modern Deluge
Call it “Global Warming.” Call it “Mother Nature.” Whatever you call it, the nation is at its wits end with record rain and snowfall amounts this winter. Meteorologists are using the phrase, “flooding of Biblical proportions.” It is bad. Even atheists are remarking that they may need to build an ark.
One man is loving the weather situation. Ken Hamm, who is founder of The Ark Encounter in Williamstown, KY has been making preparations ahead of this wet winter. “As you know, we have a full scale ark at our park,” states Hamm. “When we built the ark, we prayed that God would use it as more than just an oddity. A lot of people don’t know this, but when I heard about ‘Climate Change’ years ago, it made me a little giddy. What we are seeing is the perfect storm… literally. We now have the ability to save a lot of people from the flood that is currently prevailing upon the midwest and southern portions of our nation. This is the ‘Bible belt.’ Apparently God knew that we would need a way to save believers during these times.”
Hamm and The Ark Encounter have various ticket levels for varying experiences. This month they added the “Sink Or Sail” package. Darlene Simmons, marketing director for The Ark Encounter explains the perks. “We call it the S.O.S. package. Isn’t that cute? If we refuse to take all of the scary animals, we have seating for 7,777 people. I know… Perfect, right?!? The way it is going to work is first come, first served. And yes… you can get a discount if you show your church bulletin. We also have group package rates for families that homeschool their kiddos.”
Hamm also mentioned that he is reserving one pass for famed atheist Bill Nye, who contacted him and half-mockingly asked if the ark is actually flood-ready. “Of course it is,” responded Hamm with a smile. “It was designed and built by intelligent people. Come on… do you think it just popped up out of nowhere? Wait… you probably do. But seriously, have a little faith, my friend.”