Sunday, August 12, 2007

Did I say unicorn? I meant ox.

This is a parody site of the Creation Museum site. Here's their premise:
Based on the idea of ‘if it’s in the Bible, it must be true’, The Unicorn Museum promotes belief in the Biblical Truth of unicorns, a creature mentioned nine times in the KJV Bible.

Sounds fair, doesn't it? I love that rear-view they've used. Nice statement.

Here's a Christian site trying to explain what the Bible really meant when it mentions unicorns... or yeah, and satyrs too.

There's a lot of magical stuff in the Bible, whether miracles, curses or plagues. Why do they even bother trying to explain how the translation turned the original intent into what's there now (depending on version)? Why not just say the creatures existed and the dinosaurs aboard the ark had them for dinner or some other preposterous story?

And where are the centaurs! What about merpeople? Sphinxes? Dragons?

found via J-walk

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Kay said...

What about merpeople?

They live in a Koi pond in my backyard. There are only two left in existence - a male and a female - and I'm working on breeding them in captivity. Alas, no hope yet, though the process is quite interesting to watch. ;-)

Blueberry said...

might involve zippers. ;-)

Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

Too damn funny.

Kay said...

I think it's Velcro actually. ;-)

Nava said...
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Nava said...

And what about, may I ask in the name of all Pastafarians, The Flying Spaghetti Monster?

Blueberry said...

The Flying Spaghetti Monster is mentioned in the Bible at least once or twice.

Yours in FSM, Sister Angel Hair

Ryan said...

This museum makes me so angry. It's basically a museum based on fiction. There's more truth in Harry Potter than the bible