Welcome to Ark Encounter, the creationist amusement park.
Ark Encounter, the new tourist attraction of Williamstown in Kentucky is no more and no less than the true copy of Noah's Ark "according to its builders, the creationist Christian fundamentalists of" Answers in Genesis ". This huge 150m long building with a total area of 10,000 m2 built in "respect for biblical proportions" is a temple to creationism and its doctrine that God created earth and all living beings 6000 years ago in 6 days.This project was very controversial. Ark Encounter cost more than $ 102 million, partly funded by donations and the state of Kentucky, which was unable to avoid a subsidy,following a court ruling. Taxpayers, whether they adhere to creative theories or not, have therefore had to contribute to the financing of the project.
The most radical creationists reject the theory of evolution and consider that the human being was created by God. The Young Earth movement therefore considers that our planet was created 6000 years ago, according to the sacred texts, that is to say in 6 days.
You wanted to know about Noah, how he managed to build the ark by himself. Nothing is left to chance and everything is explained in detail, diagrams, infographies and animations in support.
Nail of the visit. A mural and moral cartoon tells the story of a student experiencing existential doubts. Rather than turning to faith, it succumbs to boys, to alcohol and dark in the darkest decadence. The divine wrath does not wait very long ... It ends in a bath of blood and suffering.
Religious schools and universities regularly visit the ark. On a scientific level this park is denounced as a dangerous absurdity. Several associations condemn disinformation similar to child maltreatment.
Welcome to Holy Land Experience, the 100% biblical amusement park in Mickey Country, Orlando, Florida.
Expect to be inspired "is the ambitious slogan of the Holy Land Experience in Orlando, an amusement park with the theme of the Old and New Testaments.
The park bought by TBN, the world's first evangelical TV channel, offers you a unique and wildly crazy Kitch experience, anachronistic, and very commercial, against a backdrop of evangelical reconstruction.
Immerse yourself in a miniature Jerusalem, featuring precious manuscripts and attractions in a temple decor and plastic caverns.
Here you are in the holy land in the heart of Orlando. Marvin Rosenthal, a Jewish "Christian" pastor, the creator of Park Holy Land, guarantees a unique experience: you will never see Jesus so closely.
5 times a week, at 4 pm from Tuesday to Saturday, a false Jesus wrings himself with pain on the cross while Roman soldiers whip him.
The play that lasts nearly 75 min is the most realistic and violent event of the Holy Land.
During the crucifixion, the sound of the hammer can be heard very much. In the public, many visitors raise their arms to heaven, cry and beg forgiveness..
Jesus is the super star of the Holy Land Experience Park. For many visitors, touching the false messiah is a true blessing.
The resurrection of Christ as if you were there!
On Jerusalem Street Market you will be able to witness one of the highlights of the visit, a reconstruction of the scene of Jesus carrying the cross to Mount Golgotha, crossing an excited crowd, sometimes shocked but still brandishing a mobile phone. Sanguinolant and violent at will.
SeaCoast Church, a non-denominational church that attracts more and more atheists.
SeaCoast Church is a megachurch without label or denominational church founded in 1991 in Mount Pleasant on the outskirts of Charleston, South Carolina.
The founding pastor Greg Surratt rejected the advances of the Evangelical Church and decided to develop its own autonomous campuses with this innovative idea to relay the services live on screen.Today, 12 SeaCoast campuses have been established in North and South Carolina. Every Sunday more than 15,000 people attend the service.
SeaCoast, beyond its biblical message, is increasingly attracting atheists in search of belonging through a non-proselyte message and practices that are far removed from religious rituals.
While the parents attend the service, the children are grouped by age group and supervised by church staff, all Kid Staff members wear a blue tshirt. Many activities are offered to children. For the elderly, teenagers, concerts are scheduled and games rooms with billiards and ping pong tables are available.
Every service begins and ends with a great rock concert ... Christian of course. People dance and pray by sharing their love with God.
Come and pray without leaving your air-conditioned car at the Christian Drive Inn Church in Daytona Beach.
For 63 years the church of the faithful of Jesus has gathered on the lawn of an old outdoor cinema in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Drive Inn Church offers two services every Sunday morning. Whether it rains or sells, the cars come to park in front of an altar on a balcony and listen to the sermon broadcast on a radio wave reserved 88.5 FM.
As the churches empty, more than 600 parishioners come every weekend to enjoy the mass, comfortably settled in their air-conditioned car, some still in pijama or ready for the beach.
They can come dressed as they like, take with them their pets. And stay in the privacy of their car. To reconnect with the other parishioners, the Drive Inn Church offers a service between the two departments to gather around a coffee and donuts.
The Reverend Rob collects himself before the beginning of the service, on the mezzanine which overlooks the parking. The microphone suspended on the left allows to retransmit the sermon live.
Let us embark with this young couple on board a nice convertible to attend the second service on Sunday morning.
Under the car radio that spits on 88.5 FM the sermon of Pastor Bob, you guess small plastic white capsules filled with grape juice for communion.
Every Sunday, the Rob Reverend spoke on the balcony of the Christian Drive Inn Church in front of a car park. The sermon is broadcast live on the bandwidth 88.5 FM.