The Creation Museum has decided to start up a billboard campaign to improve their visibility. Why you ask?
We do this because the more people who come to the Creation Museum, (1) the more Christians we can equip to defend the Christian faith, and (2) the more non-Christians we can challenge concerning the message of the gospel.
Yep, equip them to defend the Christian faith with nonsense, pseudo-science and ignorance. That’s the grand plan. But then again, about half of America doesn’t believe in evolution.
The Creation Museum blog goes on to say:
And please pray that these billboards will be used to bring many people to the God-honoring and Bible-upholding Creation Museum. We will also be sending out press releases, as not only are these billboards unique, but this is a national campaign. Did you know that almost two thirds of Americans (190 million people) live within a day’s drive of the museum? And besides, even just having illustrations of dinosaurs associated with the Creation Museum is in itself sending a message to the public, so that even a person living in California who sees one of these billboards might go to the web to find out something about our ministry and the creation/gospel message, and we hope one day they will plan a trip to the Creation Museum
Step right up kids and learn how man lived alongside the dinosaurs about six thousand years ago. Stare in amazement as we explain to you that God did it. Don’t be fooled by them pesky science books. They’re the work of the devil.
Here’s the fabulous billboards.
Apparently, this is what the Creation Museum teaches:
God created everything in six 24-hour days; Adam and Eve were the first humans; all the bad stuff in the world, from murder to animals eating other animals, is a result of Eve's choice of afternoon snack; Noah built an ark to house two of every kind of land-dwelling animal (including dinosaurs) and his extended family, while God wiped everything clean with a worldwide flood; then God linguistically confused Noah's descendants and dispersed them around the world with the Tower of Babel incident.
The museum says they’ve gotten over one million visitors since it opened, many of which were young children.
Is there any wonder that California wants to 'eliminate the second year of science as a high school graduation requirement'?