Friday, January 05, 2007

Creation Museum Puts Artifacts of History in True, Biblical Context
Something big is happening in Petersburg, KY. Something monumental.

They are building a museum. A very special museum. And it's about damn time.

For far too long 'science' has had a monopoly on museums. But that is about to change with the Creation Museum now under construction in Petersburg, KY.

Unlike Traditional, Godless Natural History museums that focus only on the theory of evolution,
the new Creation Museum will provide its visitors with a bible-focused "walk through history" as it really happened; as it was dictated to us by God in the Bible.

The new Creation Museum will provide the correct (i.e. biblical) context for the artifacts of history normally found in the traditional, homosexual-run museums.

At long last, you will be able to see life-size dinosaurs in larger-than life dioramas depicting the
world at the time these great creatures lived alongside man… over SIX THOUSAND YEARS AGO.

Unfortunately, the museum is still under construction and they don't plan to be open until at least June, 2007.

In the mean time, I recommend checking out their really great website. Especially the online walkthrough of the future Creation Museum , which gives you a glimpse of what you will be able to see on your vacation to Kentucky next summer.

Stay tuned for my next post where I will provide some advice and insight for visitors to this new kind of museum.


Blogger Rockin' Hejabi said...

Aberrant, could you please elaborate as to exacally how science contradicts the bible? Can't God have created the universe? Can't God have initiated the "big bang"? Can't God have initiated the process of Evolution?
Where is your empirical evidence for your ideas? I'm all for it just show me the hard data.

What do you mean by "museums run by homosexuals"??? Don't you think that's a bit of a skewed and hateful thing to say? I am not a homosexual, I don't support the idea of gay marriage or gar adoption etc. but don't you think they are people too and we shouldn't be overtly hateful towards them? C'mon, I mean Jesus went into the house and ate with the most abhorred and despised people in his society, the prostitutes and the tax collectors. He never chided them, he opened his arms lovingly to them, period. What would Jesus do?

And anyways, what does a person's sexual orientation have to do with how well they can sell tickets and run and museum???
I look forward to a continued open dialogue with you.

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