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  • NinjaKlaus
    +5

    So... the park itself is kind of interesting from an, I've read the Noah's Ark story dozens of times in my life point of view. The Earth is only 6,000 years old stuff of these types of people is batshit insane though. That whole the workers have to pay 2$ for every 100 they make on their check to pay for the parks loan is fucking crazy... Then you have the fact they want you to pair it with the "Creation Museum" and it makes it even odder... maybe if this thing was on Church property somewhere it would be really damn cool, more so if it was run by say the Catholic Church or even the Anglicans... denominations that have always had scientists in them... one of the tag lines on the attraction was "learn science from the bible"... I don't remember a lot of science from my various bibles over the years... do we count genealogy as science? There's like 4 pages of so and so begot so and so's.

    Even the planetarium is in on it...

    Astronomer Dr. Danny Faulkner has produced a new planetarium show called “Aliens: Fact or Fiction?” Travel the universe looking for answers, and meet some new friends who have lots of questions: Are we alone in the universe? Does life exist on other planets? Did your neighbor really see a UFO? Are there answers in the Bible?

    • Appaloosa
      +3

      And for the record...I do not think you are bat shit insane, more the opposite. I think you have a good sense of right or wrong, not afraid to say what you think, and a very decent person.

    • Appaloosa
      +3

      FTA: According to a Patheos article published while the park was still under construction, employees are subject to a two percent “job assessment fee on gross wages.” That one first caught my, but the one about hiring is even better.

  • AdelleChattre
    +4

    How sad. When Christianity becomes sheer idolatry…

  • leweb
    +3

    Why stop at this story? It would be lovely if they had performances illustrating passages like Ezekiel 23:20, or Deuteronomy 21:18, 23:1 and 25:11, for example.

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