speaking as an athiest, anywhere that has some good rides i night come across in my travels, i'll go check it out. however, i just have this mental image of something i sawon the history channel of a haunted house in a church with the idea of scaring the **** out of, and controlling the kid's minds with scenes each leading to hell, like gay people, chics getting abortions, etc. hopefully they stay away from that kind of stuff. and yeah, if they have a slow gas leak near the statues where people can pray and send them into confulsions like at flander's park, all the better!
Loaves and Fishes cafe is having a special on Mana (with Honey dipping sauce).
Not necessarily...if there are any baptists is charge at the park there would be one incredible buffet...plus, plenty of gravy for everything!
Seriously though, even as someone who stands pretty straight forward about my faith...this is a really bad idea. If the "Holy Land Experience" hasn't been proof enough, remember the attempts back in the eighties with Jim Baker/700 Club building a theme park.
In all the years I did senior trips for my kids in our churches youth group...this never came up, and it never would've. We went to Cedar Point every single time.
A carousel would be 2 of every animal. One of those boat rides with the big drop at the end that soaks everyone on the bridge above called "Involuntary Baptism" (Catholic themed ride) Something would have to be themed after the Lions Den. Wouldn't anyone here like to eat at a Dinner called "The Last Supper" how inviting.
There should be a place themed "Tribulation House" you go in and get attacked by all of the plagues, four horsemen and the 7 headed serpent. At the end of the ride, if you repent, you get to go out through the gift shop and pick a free souvenier.
Oh, and a dive coaster called "Jonah's Whale".
At the end of the day, you must not look back at the park on the way to your car. Or else...you know...
millrace said: What about a carousel where you can ride the Lamb of God?
Hopman said: What about a "Two of Every Kind" zoo? That'd blow people away.
I'm going to combine these two ideas into...
It will be a huge custom 2-row machine where a male and female version of each species of animal march side-by-side in succession. It will be located right next to a modern-day incarnation of ther classic walkthrough attraction, Noah's Ark.