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Creation Museum: Y or N?

Discussion in 'Creation vs. Evolution' started by church mouse guy, May 17, 2017.

  1. Earth Wind and Fire

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    Only w/o under pants laddie
     
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    Okay, EWF. I think the thing about Answers in Genesis is that the message is relax and rest because evolution and big-bang are falling apart because of bad science. And Young Earth Creationists fought anonymously against these guys tooth and nail for the last centuries since Frenchman Comte De Buffon first said the earth was 70,000 years old. Why just this summer big-bang got a kick in the teeth when the Indian satellite determined that there is water in quantity on the moon and the moon rocks on earth have been shown to contain water. Big-bang cannot explain that. They don't know where the moon came from, but I do:
    Genesis 1:16 (KJV) And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night: [he made] the stars also.
     
  3. Aaron

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    I took my daughter to the ark encounter last summer because Darwinists were protesting its existence.

    It was a big boat. We enjoyed the visit and most of the exihibits, but one may glean the educational and scientific value of their theories with the purchase of a $20 book. I bought the book in their gift shop after ensuring one could not get it cheaper on Amazon dot com. :)
     
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    The Creation Museum is attractive, but if you're looking for a lot of Creation Science, you will be disappointed. Their most impressive display was their scientific analysis of Lucy.

    They do have their own T-Rex skeleton and a skeleton of a mammoth.
     

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    I'll post some pics from our trip, because I'm old.
     

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    A shot down the center. Can you see my daughter?
     

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    We also went to Mammoth Cave. Interesting in its own rights.
     
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    I did not get to see much of the Creation Museum because the crowd was large so that you could hardly move. However, I did get to hear an excellent lunchtime lecture in the Legacy Hall in the basement by Dr. Terry Mortenson. Dr. Terry Mortenson

    I am only about 3 hours drive from there so I hope to spend an entire day at the Creation Museum soon. A lady working in the bookstore told me that they are planning an expansion of the museum. I will say that people in Kentucky are much friendlier than people in Indiana and it was a joy to be treated so nice. I hope to stay in Florence, Kentucky. I also would like to spend more time at the Ark, as I was with a tour and everything was abbreviated.
     
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    Spending millions of dollars on trying to reprove Darwinism and Neo-Darwinism is probably a bit futile. The best approach to converting evolutionists is a one on one--see conversion of Prof. Richard D. Lumsden.

    The friendliness variable: the Civil War boundary is along the Ohio River. There is a noticeable political difference from Covington, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio. A lot of folk are still fighting the Civil War.

    The Cross is finished, the Tomb is empty, everything else is unimportant. The price is paid. Where willl we spend eternity. Are we sure?

    Even so, come, Lord Jesus.

    Bro. James
     
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