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The world's first Creationist museum - dedicated to the idea that the creation of the world, as told in Genesis, is factually correct - will soon open. Stephen Bates is given a sneak preview and asks: was there really a tyrannosaurus in the Bible?
Originally posted by Gear
Apparently they also have engineers and physics proffessors working on a working model of Noah's ark.
They, too, know they are doing the Lord's Work, and each has signed a contract saying they believe in the Seven Days of Creation theory.
Originally posted by shaunybaby
I wouldn't be surprised if one day this literal creation theory will be taught next to evolution and science in the classroom.
Originally posted by marg6043
But if people will believe it, is ok because is all about faith, blind faith.
But what, I ask wonderingly, about those fossilised remains of early man-like creatures? Marsh knows all about that: "There are no such things. Humans are basically as you see them today. Those skeletons they've found, what's the word? ... they could have been deformed, diseased or something. I've seen people like that running round the streets of New York."
Originally posted by madnessinmysoul
didn't hovind have a creationist theme park/museum?
one that he refused to pay the taxes on
the same type of evasion that got him 200+ years in prison
On November 2, 2006, Hovind and his wife, Jo, were found guilty by a jury in a Pensacola, Florida federal court of fifty-eight federal tax and tax-related offenses. Hovind is currently being held by the Escambia County Sheriff's Office awaiting sentencing on January 9, 2007. He has been ordered to forfeit $430,400 and faces a maximum of 288 years in prison
Warning: No little amount of sacrilegiousness follows. If you are a creationist and/or otherwise determined to take the Bible literally, you will almost certainly be offended. Don't come whining to me when you are.