He’s building this thing to the specifications found in an ancient document.

Honestly, I’d check it out. It’s unique. Here’s how I think of it:
He’s building this thing to the specifications found in an ancient document.
That’s cool.
The rest of the stuff around it? “Bible park” and all? I don’t care about.
But if he’s building it more or less to specs, it’s an interesting engineering project.
Nobody else has done it.
I don’t care about the rest of his shtick. Had this been an ancient boat described in the Illiad and it was built by University students, nobody’s think twice about visiting it.
I can ignore all the baggage and go to see a gigantic boat with some mythology around it.

Imagine a future where Christianity is a memory.

Generations have passed.

Some archeology students find an artifact of an ancient religion that people used to believe in.

They uncover this thing.

It’d be a pretty cool find.

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