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Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA/The Washington PostJulian Jimenez portrays Jesus during a traditional Via Crucis or Way of the Cross procession in Langley Park, Maryland.
Inside America’s Christian Entertainment Industry
Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA/The Washington PostVisitors to Ark Encounter wait for the attraction’s opening ceremonies in Williamstown, Kentucky.
Although some of the Christian entertainment/education industry’s highest profile destinations — including Kentucky’s Creation Museum and newly opened Noah’s Ark Encounter — were quite costly to erect and aren’t exactly hitting their projections, similar attractions continue to open every year.
Next year, in fact, the $400 million, 430,000 square foot Museum of the Bible is set to open in Washington, D.C. While none have yet been that big, or that expensive, America offers plenty of Christian destinations.
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Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA/The Washington PostAdam and Eve are seen in the Garden of Eden at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky.