Australia’s most prominent newspaper is called The Australian. Its magazine supplement (called The Weekend Australian) for the weekend of November 17–18 had a long article that highlighted our Creation Museum near Cincinnati, Ohio, and the fact that the visionary behind it, Ken Ham, is an Australian.
The Australian has not made it possible for you read the piece online, so we will highlight here some of the flattering things that were written about the museum. While there were some things we would question in the long article, on balance, we were happy with it. Excerpts (retaining the Australian/British spellings):
Our experience has shown that the Australian media (and the British media even more so) can be quite mocking in their reporting of AiG and the museum. We are grateful, though, that this reporter obviously spent a lot of time here at the museum and understands our message—and thus reported about a controversial topic (creation vs. evolution) in a manner we wish all Australian and British press would emulate.
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