Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Creationism Museum

The good people of Petersburg, Kentucky are building a creationism museum, and you can take an online walk-through tour. "Scheduled to open in 2007, this 'walk through history' museum will be a wonderful alternative to the evolutionary natural history museums that are turning countless minds against the gospel of Christ and the authority of the Scripture."

Among my favorite parts are the Dinosaur Bone Pit, "One set of bones, two interpretations," and the Bible Authority Room, in which an audio-animatronic St. Paul "explains God's author-itative Word," and proclaims that "everyone who rejects His history--including six-day creation and Noah’s Flood--is 'willfully' ignorant."

If anyone wants to head down there once the thing is built, I'm totally up for chartering a bus!


  1. Sounds like a great time, how about sending that charter bus out to New Jersey.
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  2. Rooooaaaaad trip! I am *so* there, Holy P. Just one question: do they Breathalyze their visitors? Or are intoxicants sold in-house?

  3. Zilfish: I will impose at least a two-drink minimum before boarding the bus, so they'd better get the breathalyzers primed.


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