PETERSBURG, Ky. (AP) - Adam and Eve fall from grace and Noah
survives an epic flood at a new museum that tells the Bible's
version of history on a theme-park scale.
A pair of ancient children frolic just a few feet away from a
group of friendly dinosaurs.
It's the kind of controversial exhibit that's earned the museum
notoriety among skeptics and anticipation from believers who are
sure to pack its halls when it opens to the public on Memorial Day.
Scientists say there's a gulf of millions of years between the
giant lizards and man. But according to the Creation Museum they
lived in harmony just a few thousand years ago. It's part of the
literal interpretation of the Bible adopted by the museum's backers
and other creationists.
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