Cincinnati Museum Issues Clarification After Employee Mocks Creation Museum
A controversy sparked by critical comments made by the assistant manager of the Cincinnati Museum Center against Ken Ham's Creation Museum has been resolved following further communication.
"We've become aware that a staff member recently posted personal comments on a Cincinnati.com story, but those comments were his personal opinions and not those of Museum Center," said Elizabeth Pierce, vice president of marketing communications for the Cincinnati Museum Center, according to Cincinnati.com. A joint statement by the two museums on Monday also noted that representatives have met and resolved the issue.
Kurt Percy, an assistant manager at the Cincinnati Museum Center, stirred up tensions when he posted comments under a recent article about the Creation Museum arguing that it is "not a museum," and asking people to stop referring to it as such....
Interesting....."a pockmark on OUR religion". I wonder what religion he thinks he shares with us? I wonder if he is aware that there is a church that holds service there every week, and is pastored by someone who originally came from Grace to You? Perhaps he should check that out. Get that man some Jesus!
"It is a theme park that misleads the public and it is a pockmark on our religion. The fact that someone profits by misrepresenting their faith to children and families is shameful," Percy reportedly wrote"
This demonstrates the extent of ignorance which the poor reprobate is affected by today. Sin takes its toll on their life including their intellect.
But then.... Hebrews 11:3 Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear."
We must accept that the Lord has not provided them with the truth and the real facts of creation.