We enjoyed several hours at the Creation Museum on Monday. This was the second time we have visited it, and we were looking forward to going there again. We are particularly blessed by the way Scripture is continually brought into the displays and presentations. We also learn many details about how science can support creationism. This time there had been a petting zoo that had been added since our previous visit, including some animals not usually found in petting zoos. Our favorite part of the Creation Museum remains the planetarium. We are grateful to those who made it possible for us to go to the museum.
“For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse” (Romans 1:20).
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what a thrill for you to visit the creation museum again. it is my hope to get there one day, and i too would love to hear and learn everything in the planetarium.
my father-in-law was one of the physicists on the bing bang theory, so you can imagine our struggle when we attempt to share the word of god with them. it’s difficult in that not only is my father-in-law extremely intelligent, but also well educated (ph.d yale) but i am coming to understand that god sees no ph.d, and i need to not fear it myself. i am becoming more and more comfortable in my ability to share with my in-laws. they are active in a unitarian church in austin, which simply adds to entire situation, although on their last visit they did attend worship with us.
continue traveling knowing you are in our prayers for safety for yourselves and those attending your conferences along the way.
blessings, mrs. mari
It really is quite good, but my favorite is the planetarium. You certainly, could have some interesting family gatherings.
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