Pokémon, Philistines and Ken Ham

July 15th, 2016

On this episode of the News and Religion podcast, the group and I discuss the Pokémon Go craze, the recent discovery of a Philistine cemetery in Israel and Ken Ham's new Ark Adventure theme park in Kentucky. My guests are Rebekah Simon-Peter, Christy Thomas and David Dorn

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Related Articles:

If Pokémon Go feels like a religion, that's because it kind of is - Hannah Gould, The Guardian
Pokémon Go: Getting people to church since...Thursday - Mary Rezac, Catholic News Agency
How Pokémon is luring millennials to the church (parking lot) - Aysha Khan, Religion News Service
A flagship for a biblical worldview - Emily McFarlan Miller, Religion News Service
Bill Nye visited a Noah’s Ark he doesn’t believe should exist - Jessica Contrera, Washington Post
Noah’s ark of biblical proportions opens in Kentucky - Dylan Lovan, Associated Press
Public schools warned about taking field trips to Noah’s Ark park - Linda Blackford and Bill Estep, Lexington Herald-Leader
Is this Goliath's burial site? First-ever Philistine cemetery discovered - Oren Liebermann, CNN
Discovery of Philistine cemetery may solve biblical mystery - Kristin Romey, National Geographic

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