Mar 20, 2023
The Crucifixion and Ice Cream
The Crucifixion and Ice Cream. Inside Orlando’s most unusual theme park, the Holy Land Experience.
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This sounds like a horrible idea. It also sounds similar to Ken Ham’s (of Answers In Genesis) Creation Museum in which the entire history of the world from Creation to modern day (complete with a scene depicting a grafitti covered inner city) is presented in a neat little package. Perhaps these ministries believe that people’s gaurds will be let down to the Gospel in these settings, or that people can be impressed into faith. I’m sure their intentions are right, but I’d be surprised if these kinds of things do more good than harm.
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