The Creation Museum will be upfront that the Bible is the supreme authority in all matters of faith and practice, and in every area it touches upon.
We’ll begin the Museum experience by showing that “facts” don’t speak for themselves (click here for a proposed drawing of this exhibit). There aren’t separate sets of “evidences” for evolution and creation—we all deal with the same evidence (we all live on the same earth, have the same fossils, observe the same animals, etc.). The difference lies in how we interpret what we study. We’ll then explore why the Bible—the “history book of the universe”—provides a reliable, eye-witness account of the beginning of all things.
After that, we’ll take guests on a journey through a visual presentation of the history of the world, based on the “7 C’s of History”: Creation, Corruption, Catastrophe, Confusion, Christ, Cross, Consummation. Throughout this family-friendly experience, guests will learn how to answer the attacks on the Bible’s authority in geology, biology, anthropology, cosmology, etc., and they will discover how science actually confirms biblical history.
If I lived in the Cincinnatti area, I would’ve gone to see it already. Sadly, financial obligations and distance prevent me and the family from checking it out this summer. The next chance I get to visit Ohio, though, this is the top item on my itinerary.
Their website is actually very informative, as well. It has numerous links for cosmology, although they seem to have fallen for the globalist delusions of Ptolemy and may require revision.
Still, a few minor and common scientific errors are far preferable to the kind of nonsense you’ll find in the Darwinist museums this summer. Those idiots are teaching their children about how unicorns and dragons walked the Earth.
The world is full of stories about brave heroes, magical events and fantastic beings. For thousands of years, humans everywhere—sometimes inspired by living animals or even fossils—have brought mythic creatures to life in stories, songs and works of art. Today these creatures, from the powerful dragon to the soaring phoenix, continue to thrill, terrify, entertain and inspire us.
We seem to catch glimpses of these creatures all around us: hiding beneath the ocean waves, running silently through the forest and soaring among the clouds. Some symbolize danger. Others, we think, can bring us luck or joy. Together mythic creatures give shape to humankind’s greatest hopes, fears and most passionate dreams.
If you’re going to waste $15 for a ticket to see this kind of rot, go buy a DVD of “Lord of the Rings” instead. At least then you’ll be entertained, and you won’t have to rub elbows with a bunch of snotty upper-middle-class New Yorkers who think their dragon stories have greater scientific validity than your Bible.
Better yet, go see the Creation Museum! If you make it out there, I want a full report on how it is. I can’t wait to check it out!
The scientific aspects of creation are important, but are secondary in importance to the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The doctrines of Creator and Creation cannot ultimately be divorced from the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Basically, it helps to keep loons like you out from the business. You’d scare the children if you started telling them how your grandpa was a monkey.