What a delightful six hours we spent in the Creation Museum! With all garbage we are expected to swallow in most museums it was so refreshing to be able to allow all our senses to take in and process such a wealth of truth without having to dissect everything first.

Really, we should have spent a couple of days there. Six hours wasn't enough!

We would have liked to have taken our grandchildren but we couldn't, so we did the next best thing. We made sure all the schools coming to the International Student Convention in Kentucky from around the world were notified and given coupons to encourage them to visit. I know that several of them were there when we were there and many more will be going after convention. Lots of teens will become a little bit stronger in their Christian beliefs, and will likely have a great time in the process.

Thanks Ken Ham and the Creation Museum.

I have posted more of these photos on my blog, www.christiangrandparents.com and will eventually post more pics here as well.

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Comment by Carol Flett on May 29, 2010 at 6:26pm
You can see more of the photos at my other blog, www.christiangrandparents.com
Comment by Tony Breeden on May 29, 2010 at 3:44pm
Here's a link to the Museum website, Bro Dan!

Comment by Dan Beliveau on May 29, 2010 at 12:42pm

I hate to admit this but I've never heard of the museum. I really like the pictures. And Ken Ham is one of my favorite authors. You don't say exactly where it is. Thanks for the info. God's peace
Comment by Peter Bilmer on May 25, 2010 at 3:26pm
That's nice!

Even main european newscasts covered this.
You thought the museum has shot the sacred cow. ;)
They all tried to make it look ridicules...
Typical evolutionist propaganda.

Makes it even more interesting!
Comment by Carol Flett on May 25, 2010 at 6:57am
Yes, I wanted to go to the lecture but didn't have the time.
Comment by Justin Poe on May 25, 2010 at 6:55am
We went one time....loved it so much, that we bought a family membership for 5 years. The bookstore is outstanding, one of the best Christian bookstores, even if it stood alone, around.

What's great about the museum is their lecture series. They constantly have the likes of Dr. Jason Lisle or Dr. Georgia Purdom or Dr. Menton giving lectures at the museum, usually free with admission.
Comment by Carol Flett on May 25, 2010 at 5:50am
We missed the petting zoo. We ran out of time.
Comment by Tony Breeden on May 25, 2010 at 1:11am
I've been fortunate enough to have been to the Creation Museum 4 times thus far. They continually add new exhibits. There's always something you might've missed the first time. My kids really enjoy it, especially the petting zoo and planetarium. They now have the Knee High museum exhibits which my kids are looking forward to next time.
Comment by Tony J. Bowe on May 23, 2010 at 12:45am
I absolutely loved the museum. My first visit (and only - so far!) was during the Creation College 3 seminars in Kentucky last summer '09. Me and four others flew over and were absolutely blown away by the quality of the exhibits and presentation of the biblical worldview. I can testify for its faith-affirming effect on me (as the whole conference did) and cannot wait to go back. Your blog has rekindled some of my fond memories of the visit! Thanks for sharing!

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