I wanted to know what everyone thought of this idea that's recently popped up for Tennessee.
I think the idea of having a religious themed park is very nice... on paper. Having it really exsist is another story. I see many religious issues coming up with a FEW people (with that few being on a large scale). What do ya'll think?
"Blackman resident Al Demumbreum, who said he lives across from the proposed 240-acres Shelton farm site, said he’d rather have the theme park than 240 houses."
I bet he changes his tune if the park is built, lol.
Or is it? Ever been to an amusement park on "Church Youth Day"?
I thought I was the only one who noticed that. :)
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J7G3 said:I think there are some more exciting fictional stories to build a theme park out of.
Really? You've got rape, incest, slavery, murder, mass genocide, natural disasters, threat of eternal damnation... How much more exciting can you GET?
(Granted, people selectively BELIEVE parts of that, but that doesn't make it any less exciting as literature...)
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Lee Grant said:
I think a Bible Park is a great idea. Tennessee could use another amusement park anyway...
Seriously! Plus we really do need MORE religious stuff here in Tennessee. There's just not enough already!
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Looks open to me. The power of google.
SafeHarbor is sponsoring its first Hard Rock theme park that is expected to open next year in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Bible theme park is the first one proposed by SafeHarbor.
SafeHarbor: Promoting sex, drugs, and rock'n'roll...no, wait...promoting creationism, purity, family, and God.
But there is no better place to have this park.
Either there or Utah.
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