Our title sounds like it could be the name of a horror movie, one with a group of unsuspecting teens trapped in some rural cabin while they’re haunted by supernatural forces.
But it’s very close to the name of a new post, 5 Days of Science at the Creation Museum by Ken Ham (ol’ Hambo), the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis:
Do you have a young person who is curious about God’s creation? Looking for a way to give the kids a fun experience and challenge them over the summer holidays? Want them to study science through the lens of Scripture? If so, you’ll want to check out Explore Science Camp, a five-day camp for fourth grade through high school, taking place here at the Creation Museum near Cincinnati this summer.
That’s how those horror movies always begin — innocent unsuspecting youngsters, lured into a realm of darkness. Let’s read on:
This summer will feature our inaugural summer day camps, June 11–15 and July 23–27. These five days will be packed full of hands-on activities and fun science teaching through the lens of a biblical worldview, with a different science theme every day, including genetics, geology, forensics, astronomy, zoology, and more.
It sounds so nice. But then … MMMRRRUUUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! The plot thickens:
Your children will even have an opportunity to spend one night in the museum!
[*Begin Drool Mode*] Ooooooooooooh! [*End Drool Mode*] A night in the creation museum! Hambo continues:
The camp’s astronomy night features stargazing through world-class telescopes in our observatory on the museum grounds. Kids stay overnight inside the museum and enjoy a delicious breakfast in Noah’s Café the next morning.
Be careful, children! After a night in the museum, things will never be the same again. This is the rest of it:
Space is limited, so you’ll want to register early. Perhaps even plan your family vacation this summer so your children can attend a science camp with a biblical worldview while mom and dad get some time together exploring everything Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati has to offer. And, of course, you’ll want to leave time to tour the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter (45 minutes away) together as a family.
Hambo also gives a link to more information about the 5-Day Summer Camp. For people who aren’t members of the museum, the price is $295 per student. For members, it’s $20 less.
Go ahead, drop your kids off at the creation museum for five days. What could go wrong?
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