Source: The Kanas City Star
David Engle said he felt a chill down his spine Sunday on a visit with his family to the Kansas City Zoo.
He could hardly believe it when he saw zoo visitors rubbing the heads and bellies of two large, smiling statues of Buddha at the entrance to the Tiger Trail area.
“We can’t have a cross or a nativity scene on public property,” said Engle of Overland Park, who complained to a zoo employee. “It is phenomenal to me that the zoo would put up Buddha statues.”
Engle, who said he and his family are Christians, said it was idolatry and “infuriating to God.”