Poor Ken. He so wants to be respectable.
He’s complaining now that the Creation “Museum” tried to get in on some marketing deal with an outfit called Groupon, that advertises discount coupons or something, and he got turned down. They thought his “museum” was too controversial. So Ken Ham must whine.
Some of the businesses they feature for our area are attractions such as laser tag, spas, lawn care, etc. However, in other markets (such as Atlanta) they have featured the local natural history museum–which of course is totally evolutionary and teaches children that man is an evolved animal–but I guess that is not controversial!
That is correct. Evolution is not controversial at all in the real world. It is only controversial in the wacky fantasy land of fundamentalist superstition.
Apparently, because the Creation Museum is a Christian facility with a walk through the Bible, that is “controversial!”
No, I only wish the Bible and Christianity were regarded as controversial, but they aren’t — they’re pretty much widely accepted here in Idiot America. The problem with the Creation “Museum” is that it is brain-dead soul-sucking stupid, and while Americans love wallowing in piety, they hate being associated with obvious inanity.