Monday, August 11, 2008

Creation Museum

I was excited to visit the Creation Museum again this year. I think we saw some aspects that we hadn't really had a lot of time for last year. I cut up some apples for lunch, but Kenny didn't think it would be funny if we ate them in their Garden of Eden that they have on site. I am glad that he knows better than to challenge God that way. We ate the apples outside their restaurant.
If you ever get a chance to go; it is well worth the trip. Here is a link to their website. It is a well organized museum sharing how science and faith do not have to be mutually exclusive and that the conclusions that we draw from the evidences of science depend in part on our worldview. A humanistic scientist will tend to draw humanistic conclusions based on the evidence they see. However Christians come to the evidence knowing certain things about the creation story and it is marvelous to see how God confirms his word over and over....

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