Creationists Have Not Infiltrated Everything
Also, if this bit from the same page can be trusted, it takes all the wind out of the "OMG they're selling a creationist book at the Grand Canyon!" scare:
|The reference to the creationism book being sold in the Grand Canyon bookstore — Grand Canyon: A Different View by Tom Vail — is true. It is sold in the "inspiration" section of the bookstore, alongside other books of myth and spirituality.|
That sounds like exactly the right thing to do. The Grand Canyon plays a very important role in creationist culture/religion. So the creationist story of it should be treated just like the traditional Hopi or Paiute story about the canyon. The only argument I can think of for treating Christian creationism differently is to say that it's more dangerous -- and therefore its ability to preach must be more restricted -- because the average park visitor is more likely to be converted by Christian creationism than by the traditional Hopi religion.