Now this is ironic. The owners of the Holy Land Experience in Orlando, FL (TBN) want to build another such themed park in Nashville, TN. Not to be outdone, a group of developers wants to build "Bible Park USA" in the same city. Since the Holy Land Experience offers a daily reenactment of the crucifixion, imagine the job boom in Nashville when two Bible theme parks start hiring thin, long-haired young men who look like Jesus and/or disciples. Can't you just picture the long line of big, swarthy types, auditioning to play Roman soldiers. This is gonna make it tough for the evangelicals in Nashville. Where to take the youth group? Which park does a better job reenacting Jesus' passion? Click here: Two Bible parks? It's possible | www.tennessean.com | The Tennessean
In a further note of irony, a development group wants to build an evolution museum in Petersburg, KY, directly across the street from the local creation museum. That ought to be fun. Jesus fish on cars in one parking lot. Darwin fish on cars in the other. Click here: Nobel Intent asks: what do you think of an evolution museum?