A well-known Christian apologist has spoken out about the “evolutionary indoctrination” in Disney-Pixar’s latest animated film, saying parents should be aware of the unbiblical presuppositions permeating the movie. Ken Ham, president of Christian apologetics ministry Answers in Genesis-USA, has expressed concern about Disney-Pixar’s latest film, “The Good Dinosaur.” In a blog post last week, Ham described the animated movie as an “evolutionary indoctrination film.”

“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.  MORE