Disney-Pixar Promoting Evolution? Ken Ham Warns Parents About ‘The Good Dinosaur’ Movie
By Garrett Haley on October 19,2015
“This new movie claims to show what might have happened if the supposed asteroid impact that killed the dinosaurs in the most popular evolutionary dinosaur extinction theory had missed Earth,” Ham wrote. “In the trailer, an Apatosaurus meets up with a young boy and they travel together.”
In an earlier critique of the film, Ham said humans and dinosaurs did indeed once live together, as they were likely both created on Day Six of Creation Week, according to the Bible. Ancient artistic depictions of dinosaur-like creatures bear witness to the coexistence of man and dinosaur, he said.
How then does “The Good Dinosaur” advance unbiblical teachings? Ham says the evolutionary underpinnings are evident in the film’s portrayal of one of the main characters.
“The evolutionary presuppositions behind the film come out in the depiction of the boy in the trailer,” Ham wrote. “He acts more like an animal than a human and appears not to be very intelligent. He growls, howls, and bites, but never speaks. It seems to me that the intended impression is that this young boy has not quite yet evolved to be fully human.”
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