The Creation Museum’s Latest Billboard is Blocks Away from a Museum Dedicated to People Who Lie for a Living August 5, 2014

The Creation Museum’s Latest Billboard is Blocks Away from a Museum Dedicated to People Who Lie for a Living

The Creation Museum now has a 15-second digital ad in Washington, D.C. that they proudly proclaim is only “four blocks from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History”:

Ken Ham is ecstatic:

Because millions of people visit Washington, DC, each year, we decided to reach into this influential city and let people know about a museum where they can learn the truth concerning origins, God’s Word, and the gospel — the Creation Museum.

Two out of three ain’t bad…

Continuing for a month, and 480 times a day (20 times per hour), a special series of three digital billboards are now on display on the corner of Seventh & H Street. Using spectacular animated artwork, the boards advertise the Creation Museum in our Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area.

Because the Smithsonian teaches children an evolutionary, millions-of-years fictional story about dinosaurs, we decided to use our new $1.5 million Allosaurus exhibit as the basis for this digital billboard outreach.

Here’s the kicker: The billboard may be half a mile from the Smithsonian, but it’s even closer to the International Spy Museum, a place that pays homage to people who lie for a living.

I’d say that’s pretty appropriate ad placement.

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