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I usually don’t read the enormous amount of blog chatter on the Internet about the Creation Museum—but I thought I would mention some blogs I was sent because they really do highlight the willing ignorance of these people. There is talk on the blogs about raising money to put up anti-Creation Museum billboards across from the Museum. The lack of research these people have done on billboards just highlights the same lack of research these people do on the origins issue. For example one blogger stated:
“…having a contest to create a billboard for our future Unicorn Museum… The billboard will be installed across from the Creation Museum in Kentucky if all goes as planned…Eventually, people will be able to vote for their favorite billboard design, and with enough donations from kind folks we may see a dream become a reality…You might be the nicest person in the world, but if you think the world is 6000 years old you are ignorant of and blind to the world around you. If anything is a sin it should be the benighted thinking that young earth creationists are marketing to the masses.”NOTE: Boone County, where the Museum is located, does not allow billboards on the Freeways! So much for that! I also doubt this blogger has ever been to the Creation Museum. But then, why get confused by getting facts?
Well, there were almost 2,000 at the Museum yesterday. I am returning to Cincinnati this afternoon after doing a TV interview in Irvine, California, about the Creation Museum.
On the weekend, I and my brother Stephen will be speaking at the Louisville Home Educators Conference.
I’ve included my “photo of the week”—Pastor Mike Jones from Big Bone Baptist Church in Kentucky with me and our fourth grandchild, Kylie Renee Hodge.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying.