Monday, January 18, 2016
Why Do We Need an Ark Park When We Have the Creation Museum?
Answers in Genesis, who gave us the Creation Museum, is building an Ark Park. It was to have rides and food and other theme park stuff, centered on a 510 foot ark. But they didn't raise enough money. In order to save the Ark Park, they have cut out nearly everything except the ark itself.
They project 2 million visitors a year. Almost no one outside the ministry and the mayor's office believe that the Ark Park will generate that amount of interest.
So why do we need an Ark Park when we already have the Creation Museum? It would be sort of cool to see a 510 foot ark. But not 2 million visitors cool. The museum teaches the idea better, and it shows quite a bit of the Flood spectacle, too. What more would a big ark add that would be so appealing?