Hemant Mehta reports at The Friendly Atheist:
There’s Netflix and Hulu and Disney+ and Quibi and Peacock and a whole host of streaming services right now. So right on cue, as they do whenever something in secular culture becomes popular, Christians have found a way to offer a low-budget cringe-worthy version of the same thing.
The Creationists at Answers in Genesis have launched Answers.tv so they have somewhere to post all the content you’ve never wanted to watch.
It’s a lot of lectures from Ken Ham, a lot of videos that only belong on YouTube, a whole bunch of clips of Ray Comfort preaching at people, and other attempts at “entertainment” that never gained a foothold outside AiG itself.
Mehta observes that Ham celebrates that “the hand of the Lord” caused the pandemic which provides an audience for his new network.
You’ll definitely want to read his full post for a recounting of the various offerings available at Answers.tv for a mere $4.99/month.