Tuesday, December 7, 2010

The Truth Found the Ark Encounter

I was looking at the abc news website the other day and found news that actually made me happy. Now days watching the news can be so depressing because of all the crime and the anti-Christian talk, but this story reassured me that some people do still believe the truth. This story was about a theme park that was going to be built in Kentucky called the Ark Encounter. This parks main attraction is going to be a real life Biblical scale of Noah's Ark. There will also be stage shows, museums, theaters a petting zoo and a Tower of Babel. This is going to over seen by Answers In Genesis and is to be completed in the Spring of 2014.

This is so incredible. I was so excited to read this story because the United States seems to be so anti anything Biblical now-days. As a Christian I am proud and eager to see how this is going to come out and how it is going to affect people. People are so used to hear what is taught in most schools, about the world being over 4 billion years old. I am interested to see how this museum will affect those who visit the museum and were only taught the earth being over 4 billion years old. I hope that this museum will open the eyes of some people to the God’s truth about the world.

1 comment:

  1. I hope that people do not make it a bigger deal than what it is. I like how the governor said that he was hired to create jobs, not debate about religion. Very smart answer to whatever question they threw at him. On another note, I get so frustrated when people start complaining about the separation of church and state because they do not even understand what that means. Separation of church and state was passed as a shield for the people to be protected from the government's laws on religion. In other words, separation of church and state was meant to protect the church from the state not the state from the church. What evil or harm will it bring to society if we build a theme park of Noah's Ark? None. What people have a problem with is that it involves dealing with the reality of a Creator. As exciting as this story was to read, it was also sad because I continue to see the hostility of man towards an all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-loving God. I hope that this nation will turn back to God because that is what made this nation great. Our Founders wanted to form a nation that would have total dependence on God's providence. Instead, we have turned it into a humanistic hodgepodge of people who want nothing to do with God. We are living in a sad time indeed.


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