Ken Ham Calls On Christians To Reclaim Rainbow From ‘Anti-God’ LGBTQ Movement

Ken Ham of the creationist group Answers in Genesis, joined the “Washington Watch” radio show this week with guest host Ronnie Floyd of the Southern Baptist Convention, to discuss his efforts to “take back the rainbow” from the LGBTQ movement that is “anti-God, anti-Bible, anti-Christ, anti-Christian.”

Ham explained that while the rainbow represents “God’s covenant” and a reminder that “God’s word is true” in the Bible, today the rainbow “has become so associated with a movement that is so anti-God, anti-Christ, anti-Christian that I just believe it’s time that we stood up in the culture and said, ‘You know what? We’re taking the rainbow back.’”

Ham has attempted to do just that at his creationist-themed park, the Ark Encounter, where he has constructed a “life sized Noah’s Ark, the length of a football field” that he has decided to light up with the colors of the rainbow “as a sign to the world that God’s word is true.”

Ham went on to explain that his efforts were vital because “as Christians, if we don’t do something about those that are continually pushing their anti-God agenda on the culture, we’ll continue to lose our culture.”

According to Ham, the online backlash to the Ark Encounter has been “hate-filled, filled with expletives, sexual perversions, and blasphemy,” which he argues is emblematic of “the anti-Christian sentiment in this nation, and the vitriol that is going against Christianity.”