I thought the article might be funnier than it was. Not funny at all, in fact.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-zimmerman/creationists...For example, the Roman Catholic Church and the United Methodist Church are fully in favor of the teaching of evolution, as are a host of other Christian denominations. I was part of the UMC for 10 years. Never heard much about evolution. Whenever I brought it up folks didn't want to discuss it. But then there's little evidence that Ken Ham is interested in education. What he calls education, others might, in fact, call brainwashing, to use his own term. The biblical theme park he's created called "The Creation Museum" uses the most advanced animatronics to convince young children that dinosaurs and humans happily cavorted together 6,000 years ago. He preaches to thousands of young children yearly, attempting to convince them that most religious leaders and scientists are completely mistaken about their view of the world.Yep.
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