Museums of Anti-Science
Creation Science Hall of Fame may soon open in Kentucky.
Web2Carz Senior Writer
Published: August 28th, 2012
The Creation Science Hall of Fame would be built on Interstate 75, halfway between the Creation Museum and the planned Ark Encounter.
f you want something that’s patently untrue to be perceived as factual, all you need to do is build a museum, right? That must be the thinking of the people behind the Creation Science Hall of Fame, who plan to build an "anti-science" museum once they have the funding.
If it happens, the Creation Science Hall of Fame would be built in northern Kentucky on Interstate 75, halfway between the Creation Museum, located in Petersburg, Kentucky, and the planned Ark Encounter, to be located outside of Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Creation Museum features displays of Adam and Eve and dinosaurs, which Answers in Genesis, the organization that runs the museum, believe co-existed, despite fossil evidence which proves beyond any doubt, that dinosaurs were extinct for about 65 million years before the first humans evolved.
Answers in Genesis is a ministry that believes in taking the book of Genesis literally and believes that the earth is only 6,000 years old, despite what all of science universally holds to be true.
Answers in Genesis is also a partner in the Ark Encounter, which will feature a replica of Noah’s ark and other bible-themed attractions.
The mission statement of the Creation Science Hall of Fame organization is, “To worship God, to grow in Christ while leading others to Christ and to build a family of Creationists on the foundation of the Bible by honoring those who honored God’s Word as literally written in Genesis.”
The fact that not one, but three museums dedicated to presenting anti-science are in the works is an odd trend, but not a surprising one, considering that nearly half of all Americans believe in Creationism, according to a recent Gallup Poll.