More TN Bible Nonsense

Tennessee is on a roll this month. First we’ve got Bible Study in public schools and now we’ve got people wanting to build a Bible theme park in Rutherford County.

A developer wants to build what would be the country’s largest Bible-based theme park in Tennessee, depicting scenes such as the parting of the Red Sea. But the plan has created a deep divide among locals.

Some welcome the $200 million, 280-acre Bible Park USA project as a way to bring in much-needed revenue to Rutherford County, while others are concerned about making money off the Bible.

$200 million? Really? And they’re worried about making money off the Bible? You’ve got to be kidding me. Isn’t there somewhere that amount of money could be better applied? Like AIDS, cancer or disaster relief? I’m also quite sure the 280 acres could be better used for landfill.

Via: NPR

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