Wednesday, May 30, 2007


Some of the News
That may be True


On May 28th, the monumental Creation Museum opened to great fanfare from the evangelical Christian community. Located in northern Kentucky,near Cincinnati, Ohio, the museum is dedicated to the strict Christian view of history and science. Its main theme is the view that the earth is only 6000 years old, as suggested by the Bible, coupled with rejection of role of evolution. Some of its exhibits have humans coexisting with dinosours.

There is much space devoted to the Young Earth Movement. Not publicized is the adjunct space alloted to the Flat Earth Society, nor the Jerry Falwell Room where viewers can learn why being gay is an optional life style and how to protect their families from homosexuals

In a major coup, it was announced that the Museum will be the future home of the George W. Bush Presidential Library. This was almost inevitable, celebrating President Bush as the first modern day president to reject evolution as a scientific fact. Besides, SMU really didn't want this Library.

Other features of the Library include a replica of President Bush's "Higher Authority" room, the Luddite Science exhibit, and the large scale model showing how God is the sole source of global warming.