Ok . . . my sister Lanecia brought this to my attention: a British businesswoman is working to bring the Bible alive through an amusement park called Ark Alive.
Hmmm . . . ok.
Tired of the humdrum of unholy, heathen amusement parks? Visit Ark Alive--where the children of God have fun two-by-two!
Missing that mountaintop camp high? Ride "Thunder Mountain"--where God miraculously delivers the tablets of commandments right as the coaster hits the peak!
Wrestling with the book of Revelations? Visit "Tommorowland" to be in the midst of the exciting day of reckoning!
Walk through the biblical lists of lineage on "It's a Small World After All" and discover just how many degrees Jesus is separated from King David.
Don't look for the living among the dead . . . visit Jesus at "Resurrection House!" He may even sign your Christ-keteer crown of thorns, too! (Morning communion with Jesus is available if you stay at the Upper Room Hotel and Resort for an additional small fee. Other characters such as Andrew, Peter, James and John sometimes attend these meals, too. This is an Ark Alive exclusive!)
Ok, ok, I'll stop! But what do you think? Evangelism tool or more Christian capitalism?