Devolution in Kentucky

The Creation Museum in Kentucky has exhibits showing dinosaurs on Noah’s Ark and claims the Grand Canyon was created by the Flood.

While the $27 million museum near Cincinnati has drawn snickers from media and condemnation from U.S. scientists, those who believe God created the heavens and the Earth in six days about 6,000 years ago say their views are finally being represented.

“What we’ve done here is to give people an opportunity to hear information that is not readily available … to challenge them that really you can believe the Bible’s history,” said Ken Ham, president of the group Answers in Genesis that founded the museum.

via BoingBoing


0 Responses to Devolution in Kentucky

  1. Have you noticed how no other religion argues with the science version of creation quiet so strongly?

  2. Kentuky
    Favours
    Creationism

    it’s extra finger licking good

  3. I think it is wonderful to have this kind of museum. We live in Canada, and we will drive down to see it with our kids. After all, evolution is only a theory and many scientist, geologists and professors are questioning the evolution theory because there are so many unanswered questions.

  4. Paige, you’re entitled to your opinion, but you’re wrong.

    Evolution is a theory that has been thoroughly tested and continues to be tested. As yet, nothing has been discovered that can do more than fine tune the theory (strengthening it in the process). The Creationist museum, however, is selling you a fantasy that couldn’t stand up to even the most basic scrutiny.