Ken Ham Completely Baffled as Creation Museum Evolves
Petersburg, KY- When Ken Ham opened his world famous museum, he counted on the world class exhibits educating visitors on the merits of young earth creationism. What he hadn't expected was the museum taking on a life of its own.
"In the beginning, we only had a few displays, but as God has blessed us with millions of visitors, the museum has expanded all by itself. It's a miracle!" exclaimed Ham.
"One day, you're in our modest planetarium watching the biblical case against aliens," he added, "And then wham, out of nowhere, you have pterodactyl zip-line adventures, a mining sluice that teaches geology, and a life-size replica of Noah's Ark. It all happened so fast, the only explanation is God!"
Donna Harper, his executive director of programming has another explanation, however. "We grossly underestimated the amount of Christians with disposable income who use the Bible as a science book, so once we realized the demand, we adapted."
New exhibits aren't the only feature at the museum to confuse Ham.
"Every week, God supernaturally shrinks all our bushes and lowers our lawns," he said, standing in line to purchase a double cheeseburger in Noah's Cafe. "Every blade of grass is known by Him who made carbon dating so mysterious!"
Chet Givens, head of the museum's ground crew, offered a conflicting report. "I've told him a thousand times that it's not the Lord 'enshortening the lawn.' It's me. Me, a push mower, and a set of dodgy hedge clippers."