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(WLWT)   Man struck by lightning on Creation Museum zip line. Where is your God now?   (wlwt.com) divider line 20
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2013-08-21 05:24:55 PM
4 votes:
Just popped over from the Satan thread. This God guy sounds like an asshole.
2013-08-21 05:19:58 PM
3 votes:
This proves the existence of Zeus.

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Now, if he had been struck by a bolt of foreskins....
2013-08-21 08:46:40 PM
2 votes:

BumpInTheNight: scottydoesntknow: FormlessOne: Did anyone else ask "why does the Creation Museum have a zip line?"

Seriously, how does that communicate whatever bizarre message they're pushing? Do guests strap on fake wings and take a "Tour of the Angels" or something? I mean, it has to fit into their idiom somehow, right? Otherwise, they're just another Christian-based theme park.

One of the side-link 'Related' articles talks about just that. Link

Basically they aren't as successful as they'd want to be. 1.9 million visitors in 6 years is not very good (Houston Museum of Natural Science gets 2 million per year). They're adding some other attractions, including some that have nothing to do with religion, to attract more people.

I guess you could say they are evolving to survive.

But considering some of those attractions are injuring people...they may not be...*dons sunglasses* intelligently designed.


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2013-08-21 08:03:37 PM
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2013-08-21 07:59:35 PM
2 votes:
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Understands completely.
2013-08-21 07:20:03 PM
2 votes:
Jehova saves local man from Jupiter attack.
2013-08-21 04:39:53 PM
2 votes:
Zip line.  Zap line.  It's an easy mistake.
2013-08-21 11:04:28 PM
1 votes:

lack of warmth: MrEricSir: It's a test of faith. Read the book of Job. It explains all you need to know about God.

So when you're dead, does that mean you flunked the test or aced it?

Pass or fail, good person or bad person stuff still happens to people and whether you believe in God or not we all still got to deal with what we have.

Gyrfalcon: So, they can obey they omen and shut it down; or ignore the miracle till they get one that is more in line with the kind they think "their" god would send them. But to me, the gods have spoken. They're not supposed to have one of these things.

They did shut it down, only sometimes you get a staffer who leans against something without remembering why you had to shut it down.

We had this happen at the end of July when we were camping with a bunch of folks from Church.  My son and I were 30 feet in the air with a light rain making our way through a rope and steel cable obstacle course supported by telephone poles when thunder was heard in the distance.  It had to be shut down, so we made our way down by help from the staff.  I can't spell the word but it sounds like 'felleting' but they use a pulley, rope and your descent is control by a guy on the ground harnessed to the other end of the rope.  Anyway we got down and got away from the structure without anyone injured.  I didn't consider it a big deal, but then again no one hung around touching it.  My two sons and I have done it a few times, but we never considered it a test of faith to make it through a fun summer activity.


I believe the word you're looking for is belaying.  Or fellating.  Depends on what kind of camp you were at.
2013-08-21 10:16:29 PM
1 votes:

bit zero: Zeus does not approve of your false idolatry.

Or, he was aiming for the Torchdown Jesus Mark II about 40 miles north, and missed.


Zeus is channeling Tim Tebow?  At least he wasn't channeling Mark Sanchez.
2013-08-21 10:04:09 PM
1 votes:
Zeus does not approve of your false idolatry.

Or, he was aiming for the Torchdown Jesus Mark II about 40 miles north, and missed.
2013-08-21 08:45:43 PM
1 votes:

scottydoesntknow: FormlessOne: Did anyone else ask "why does the Creation Museum have a zip line?"

Seriously, how does that communicate whatever bizarre message they're pushing? Do guests strap on fake wings and take a "Tour of the Angels" or something? I mean, it has to fit into their idiom somehow, right? Otherwise, they're just another Christian-based theme park.

One of the side-link 'Related' articles talks about just that. Link

Basically they aren't as successful as they'd want to be. 1.9 million visitors in 6 years is not very good (Houston Museum of Natural Science gets 2 million per year). They're adding some other attractions, including some that have nothing to do with religion, to attract more people.

I guess you could say they are evolving to survive.


But considering some of those attractions are injuring people...they may not be...*dons sunglasses* intelligently designed.
2013-08-21 08:42:25 PM
1 votes:

FormlessOne: Did anyone else ask "why does the Creation Museum have a zip line?"

Seriously, how does that communicate whatever bizarre message they're pushing? Do guests strap on fake wings and take a "Tour of the Angels" or something? I mean, it has to fit into their idiom somehow, right? Otherwise, they're just another Christian-based theme park.


One of the side-link 'Related' articles talks about just that. Link

Basically they aren't as successful as they'd want to be. 1.9 million visitors in 6 years is not very good (Houston Museum of Natural Science gets 2 million per year). They're adding some other attractions, including some that have nothing to do with religion, to attract more people.

I guess you could say they are evolving to survive.
2013-08-21 07:54:20 PM
1 votes:
2013-08-21 07:09:56 PM
1 votes:
This doesn't disprove the existence of God, it could just mean he has a really great sense of humor.
2013-08-21 06:24:20 PM
1 votes:

BumpInTheNight: Lionel Mandrake: This proves the existence of Zeus.

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Now, if he had been struck by a bolt of foreskins....

According to wikipedia a bolt is like 40 to 100 yards long...that's a lot of foreskins!


Meh.
Maybe to you...
2013-08-21 06:13:39 PM
1 votes:

big pig peaches: ecmoRandomNumbers: Amos Quito: Working in mysterious ways?

When god saves you from the tornado, it's divine intervention; when he trashes your house and everything you love, it's mysterious ways. Is it rational? No. But neither is believing in a merciful but vengeful and spiteful sky friend.

It's a test of faith. Read the book of Job. It explains all you need to know about God.


He's a dick?
2013-08-21 05:31:38 PM
1 votes:
Slagnasty: Obviously the guy was a gay, had a gay thought why else would the almighty strike at such a pure place?

FTFY

/Remember fundies believe being gay is a choice.
2013-08-21 05:29:10 PM
1 votes:


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2013-08-21 05:26:22 PM
1 votes:

Lionel Mandrake: This proves the existence of Zeus.

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Now, if he had been struck by a bolt of foreskins....


According to wikipedia a bolt is like 40 to 100 yards long...that's a lot of foreskins!
2013-08-21 04:21:15 PM
1 votes:

ecmoRandomNumbers: Amos Quito: Working in mysterious ways?

When god saves you from the tornado, it's divine intervention; when he trashes your house and everything you love, it's mysterious ways. Is it rational? No. But neither is believing in a merciful but vengeful and spiteful sky friend.


Well... I don't want to start any blasphemous rumors.. but..
 
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