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Elmer G. White 11-08-2015 02:06 PM

Creation Museum: A Must-See Destination for the Holidays!
 
Creation Museum
2800 Bullittsburg Church Rd.
Petersburg, KY 41080
Godly U.S. of A.


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Be there for the holidays! It's the Creation Museum. THE exhibit that both God-fearing adults and children enjoy. Based on the teachings of the Holy Bible as communicated by the Holy Spirit and with Ken Ham, one of the leading Scientists in the world, what could go wrong! Not a lot! AND they are going to have a Christmas Town Special for the Season!

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The state-of-the-art 75,000-square-foot museum brings the pages of the Bible to life, casting its characters and animals in dynamic form and placing them in familiar settings. Adam and Eve live in the Garden of Eden. Children play and dinosaurs roam near Eden’s Rivers. The serpent coils cunningly in the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. Majestic murals, great masterpieces brimming with pulsating colors and details, provide a backdrop for many of the settings.
A museum that still believes THIS Truth™:

Genesis 1:1
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.


The whole museum is fantastic but for the present review I'm going to concentrate on the issues that cause the most persecution and bullying of us, the True Christians™, namely the Flood and its aftermath. Atheistic scientists are all the time questioning the Holy Bible:
  • How could all the animals have fitted in the ark (the idiots mix species with Created kinds)?
  • How could Noah and the others (8 people altogether) have taken care of and fed all the animals (there were about 16,000)?
  • How did the kangaroos get to Austria, the howling monkeys to Mexico and the black bear to Godly U.S. of A. after the Flood?
The Creation Museum has all the answers. In addition, it provides us with precious evidence when confronted by sinners about the True History™ of the World Created by God through Jesus!

:praise:

Of course, also Creation, Adam and Eve and the Fall are covered but these are common knowledge and don't have to be dwelt upon. However, the exhibits of the Flood are perhaps the most meticulously researched and displayed showrooms in the whole wonderful Creation Museum!

We know the background:

Genesis 6:7
And the LORD said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth; both man, and beast, and the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air; for it repenteth me that I have made them.


God is reliable. He was True™ to His word. The whole process of millions of sinning men, women and corrupted children drowning while Noah and his sons and the animals floated safely in the beautiful Ark is displayed in a delightful manner that surely tells the children that there are no alternatives to obedience. The beautiful dioramas bring the anguish of the soon-to-be-drowned sinner who'll soon be in Hell close to the skin, and no child will fail to shiver before this rightful manifestation of God's Wrath that will only be overshadowed by the decimation of one third of the present population (It's going to be more massive, as while the population before Noah's Flood was in the millions, it is now in the billions; Revelation 9:18) come Rapture.

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Genesis 7:23
And every living substance was destroyed which was upon the face of the ground, both man, and cattle, and the creeping things, and the fowl of the heaven; and they were destroyed from the earth: and Noah only remained alive, and they that were with him in the ark.


Now it's time to consider the parts of this True History™ that the atheist evolutionist Darwinists mock most often. How could Noah take care of all the animals? Did he not wallow knee deep in animal dung? No, he didn't. The dioramas show us clearly that as God's Favorite, his lodgings in the Ark were quite comfortable. Here is the lounge area for Noah, his wife and sons:

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This proves clearly that the floors were clean and well-kept. We surely admit that taking care of the animals would have been hard work, but Jesus did provide decent accommodation for the few remaining humans. In addition, the hallways and balconies in the Ark were well-lit and designed in a manner that enabled the crew to perform daily tasks in an efficient manner.

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As you can see, there is absolutely no reason to doubt the feasibility of the Flood story. These wonderful images are more than enough to convince even the vilest sinners!

What about after the Flood? As we know, Noah landed on Mount Ararat and it's quite a long way from there to Austria, Japan, or Madagascar. How did the animals make this long and tedious journey? This has been a burning question for Creation Scientists for decades and prevented the total and eternal acceptance of Flood Geology among the agnostic and atheist geologists. No more do we have to ponder on this. The Creation Museum has the answer (sorry for the low-quality image, my cell phone has poor resolution but tithes are more important than pixels):

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The answer is so obvious that I'm deeply ashamed I did not think of it first. The forests are made of wood. Wood floats. Animals could float on the logs everywhere. For instance, the Created ancestors of the rhinoceros kind could have first produced a few offspring and some of these would have taken the journey to Indonesia, some to Southern Africa on the logs. Food would not have been a problem, as these animals are vegetarians and could have eaten first the remaining foliage (not too much after immersion in saltwater for almost a year), then the bark and then the cellulose of the wood itself.

This rafting also proves without any doubt the theory of genetic entropy. I researched the issue and found a Swedish (unfortunately) study that tells us about the buoyancy of modern trees. A birch log will sink in 1-3 months, the pine after 2-6 months and the spruce lasts the longest, 3-8 months. Now look at the image: The pre-Flood trees could float for centuries! God is amazing.

Psalms 40:5
Many, O LORD my God, are thy wonderful works which thou hast done, and thy thoughts which are to us-ward: they cannot be reckoned up in order unto thee: if I would declare and speak of them, they are more than can be numbered.


Opening hours?
Monday–Friday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday Noon – 6:00 PM

This can compensate for dozens of homeschooling classes. Go there! Jesus Himself recommends it!

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Yours in Christ,

Elmer :bye:

Daisy Mae Johnson 11-08-2015 04:00 PM

Re: Creation Museum: A Must-See Destination for the Holidays!
 
What a wonderful place. Perhaps Pastor Zeke will take me there for a date. Brother Elmer, would you care to chaperone? I cannot wait to see this glorious place in person!

Ezekiel Bathfire 11-08-2015 04:22 PM

Re: Creation Museum: A Must-See Destination for the Holidays!
 
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Originally Posted by Elmer G. White (Post 1165598)

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The answer is so obvious that I'm deeply ashamed I did not think of it first. The forests are made of wood. Wood floats. Animals could float on the logs everywhere.
Yours in Christ,

Elmer :bye:

I had always accepted Kettemüller’s hypothesis that, following the Flood, the animals (who were able to breed like crazy thanks to God’s blessing )walked across the Bering Straits to America and the Red Sea parted for them again so they could get to Africa. This left only Australia.

You will recall that Kettemüller’s hypothesis required that all Australian animals were like Kangaroos, and they just skipped across the water to Australia.


However, this “Log Theory” seems to be a winner – I can see now a large tree with 30 or 40 Wombats on board being propelled to Australian and New Zealand by Jesus’s Love.

Elmer G. White 11-08-2015 04:49 PM

Re: Creation Museum: A Must-See Destination for the Holidays!
 
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Originally Posted by Ezekiel Bathfire (Post 1165603)
You will recall that Kettemüller’s hypothesis required that all Australian animals were like Kangaroos, and they just skipped across the water to Australia.
However, this “Log Theory” seems to be a winner – I can see now a large tree with 30 or 40 Wombats on board being propelled to Australian and New Zealand by Jesus’s Love.

An interesting reminder, Brother Bathfire. I'd like to turn your attention to the image you posted. Kettemüller was apparently not familiar with the modern up-to-date baraminology so he would not have realized that the transitional form between a koala and a kangaroo is exactly what the evolutionary theory would predict, whereas modern Creation Science accepts variations within Created Kinds. In Lightner's breakthrough study of mammalian ark kinds the Koala Kind is clearly different from the Possum Kind and the Kangaroos. Thus, the raft theory must be the correct one. In addition, while evolutionists constantly advertise these transitional forms of koalas with other kinds, do we see them anywhere? We don't! Case closed!

Of course, we also need the Bible to prove the raft hypothesis once and for all. No surprise. It IS there!

2 Chronicles 2:16
And we will cut wood out of Lebanon, as much as thou shalt need: and we will bring it to thee in floats by sea to Joppa; and thou shalt carry it up to Jerusalem.


Floating lumber is, thus, most Biblical.

Miss Sister Daisy,

It would be an honor to accompany you and our immaculate Pastor Ezekiel Flint for a tour of the Museum. I'm sure Dr. Ken Ham himself would be our guide as he often entertains VIP guests!


Yours in Christ,

Elmer :bye:

Ezekiel Bathfire 11-08-2015 05:40 PM

Re: Creation Museum: A Must-See Destination for the Holidays!
 
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Originally Posted by Elmer G. White (Post 1165606)
An interesting reminder, Brother Bathfire. I'd like to turn your attention to the image you posted. Kettemüller was apparently not familiar with the modern up-to-date baraminology so he would not have realized that the transitional form between a koala and a kangaroo is exactly what the evolutionary theory would predict,

Not so fast there Brother Elmer. I have not held the Chair at Landover Christan Library of the History of Biblical Science for no reason.

I suggest you have a look at any one of the several papers on "Punctuated Smiting"* an idea to which I was introduced some 7 years ago.

It is somewhat advanced and so far, although funding has been at its usual generous levels, progress towards finding a graveyard of the smitten animals has proved elusive, but this can be assigned to the idea that the creatures that displeased God are in Hell - probably as demons.

*Mine is pretty good, even though I do say so myself.

Elmer G. White 11-09-2015 04:00 AM

Re: Creation Museum: A Must-See Destination for the Holidays!
 
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Originally Posted by Ezekiel Bathfire (Post 1165609)
Not so fast there Brother Elmer. I have not held the Chair at Landover Christan Library of the History of Biblical Science for no reason.

I suggest you have a look at any one of the several papers on "Punctuated Smiting"* an idea to which I was introduced some 7 years ago.

It is somewhat advanced and so far, although funding has been at its usual generous levels, progress towards finding a graveyard of the smitten animals has proved elusive, but this can be assigned to the idea that the creatures that displeased God are in Hell - probably as demons.

*Mine is pretty good, even though I do say so myself.

Most interesting, Brother!

I don't think the theories of Punctuated Smiting and Genetic Entropy are mutually exclusive, on the contrary, they are complementary.

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The gradualistic pattern of Genetic Entropy explains nicely the constant deterioration of all Creation and the expected loss of many vermin, such as the dodo, the cheetah (soon), the thylacine and the right whale (quite soon). The Punctuated Smiting is the best inference for the rapid loss of vermin biodiversity during the centuries after the Flood (dinosaurs and ammonites) and later (unicorn extinction, the passenger pigeon case). However, if we only stick to the Punctuated Smiting model, it becomes nothing but an ad hoc escape to explain the inconsistent pattern of vermin extinctions in the fossil record. We'd become the laughing stock of the atheist scientific community. Both these models must also be supplemented with the Rafting Model to explain biogeography from the Biblical viewpoint. The Bible is a magical tool. If a model is feasible albeit improbable but fits the Biblical record, it becomes very likely and the Scriptural Support makes it the correct one. The Creation Museum shows this beautifully.

Also, to conclude, Romans 8 would not work without the gradualistic entropy:

Romans 8:22
For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now.


By the way, Brother. We really should put all this together in a joint research paper in a high-impact journal, I'm thinking big! Journal of Creation or Answers Magazine!


Yours in Christ,

Elmer :bye:

Hank Whitlock 11-09-2015 04:56 AM

Re: Creation Museum: A Must-See Destination for the Holidays!
 
A few years back I took my family to the creation museum. I'm always looking for science museums that that teach the truth and sadly they are coming harder to find. The creation museum shows many replicas of scenes in the Bible and also points out how evolutionist are WRONG! This Godly museum is a MUST SEE ATTRACTION. I highly suggest taking your family and friends to God's favorite museum. ~Hank Whitlock

Ph0enix808 11-09-2015 02:41 PM

Re: Creation Museum: A Must-See Destination for the Holidays!
 
This looks amazing! I will have to take my family here this weekend if they are good!

Elmer G. White 11-10-2015 12:17 PM

Re: Creation Museum: A Must-See Destination for the Holidays!
 
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Originally Posted by Hank Whitlock (Post 1165682)
A few years back I took my family to the creation museum. I'm always looking for science museums that that teach the truth and sadly they are coming harder to find. The creation museum shows many replicas of scenes in the Bible and also points out how evolutionist are WRONG! This Godly museum is a MUST SEE ATTRACTION. I highly suggest taking your family and friends to God's favorite museum. ~Hank Whitlock

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Originally Posted by Ph0enix808 (Post 1165707)
This looks amazing! I will have to take my family here this weekend if they are good!

Dear Friends,

I was hoping not to make this one slightly questionable aspect of the Creation Museum public, but as under 18-year-old unsaved children are going to visit the exhibition, I must include a warning.

:jesus:

There is NUDITY in a diorama. It is about Adam and Eve. I KNOW it is Biblical and deserves to be explained.

:jesus:

Genesis 2:25
And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.


In the pre-Fall situation this was not something to be ashamed of, I do agree with the Bible (I always do), but the exhibitionism of this part of the Museum should be restricted to married True Christian™ men who understand the vile and repulsive nature of marital duties.

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Beware! Not for women or children!

I am certain, dear Friends, that you'll be able to be discrete about this and guide your families through the exhibits without visiting these parts of the Museum.


Yours in Christ,

Elmer :bye:

Ph0enix808 11-10-2015 02:35 PM

Re: Creation Museum: A Must-See Destination for the Holidays!
 
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Originally Posted by Elmer G. White (Post 1165825)
Dear Friends,

I was hoping not to make this one slightly questionable aspect of the Creation Museum public, but as under 18-year-old unsaved children are going to visit the exhibition, I must include a warning.

:jesus:

There is NUDITY in a diorama. It is about Adam and Eve. I KNOW it is Biblical and deserves to be explained.

:jesus:

Genesis 2:25
And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.


In the pre-Fall situation this was not something to be ashamed of, I do agree with the Bible (I always do), but the exhibitionism of this part of the Museum should be restricted to married True Christian™ men who understand the vile and repulsive nature of marital duties.

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2456/...ba542867_m.jpg
Beware! Not for women or children!

I am certain, dear Friends, that you'll be able to be discrete about this and guide your families through the exhibits without visiting these parts of the Museum.


Yours in Christ,

Elmer :bye:

Perhaps they may leave as True Christians ™! Thank you for the heads up!


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