Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Oh, it's just all so funny...

Here's what AIG's blog had to say about the creation museum's appearance in Mad magazine's list of "20 Dumbest People, Events and Things of 2007" :
The satirists at this magazine may mock the Creation Museum, but this shows clearly that the museum has made a significant impact in the secular culture. No wonder the secularists are worried about this one-of-a-kind museum.
And about making Time magazine's "10 Biggest Religion Stories of 2007" :
For one museum, privately funded, to make such an impact is significant. There is no doubt the Lord raised up this museum as a witness to the world—no wonder we get the opposition we do, even from certain Christian quarters.
Hahahahahahaha! Oh...hee...heh...HAHAHAHAHAHA!

5 comments:

Zach Miller said...

*sigh*

But if I go there, take pictures of it, post those picture on my blog and do nothing but mock it, Ken Ham will STILL have won, because I'm drawing attention to his little freakshow.

It's very frustrating.

Amanda said...

Yeah, I almost felt guilty for even linking to the AIG page.

Lycaon said...

More like the devil raised it up to make people think Christians are all idiots... good work AIG, way to help out the cause.

Amanda said...

Yeah...the museum is a stain. Fortunately, those who know that also know that not all Christians are idiots. Unfortunately, I think people tend to fall into two categories: those who believe the museum is based on truth and those who think it's ridiculous and indicative of what all Christians are like.

But maybe not...

Zach Miller said...

I think it's indicative of Ken Ham being a douche. :-)