Monthly Archive for May, 2007

Tremendous secular article on Creation Museum

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There have been many great articles in the secular press about the Creation Museum. Most have reported our statements very accurately—which we are thankful for. An article I read in the Toledo Blade is one of the best I’ve …

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Canaan-why was he cursed?

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Ken Ham, Creation Museum, and Crocodile Hunter

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I had to smile when I read this comment in a newspaper article about the Creation Museum:

Another source of evolutionist irritation is museum co-founder Ken Ham, a 55-year-old former science teacher who may be the most engaging Australian

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Noah's Flood—was it on Mars?

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Noah’s Flood—was it on Mars?

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Over 4000 at Creation Museum first day

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They came, and they came, and they came–over 4000 came for the first day the Creation Museum was open to the
public! They were lined up inside, then outside, then down the side of
the building, then back again and …

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Sunday School-how effective is it?

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Creation Museum in Australian newspapers

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As Mally and I still consider Australia home (like the song “I still call Australia home”)—it is thrilling to see the secular press printing news about the opening of the Creation Museum in the USA. Other secular publications in Australia …

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Flood scoffers-a sign of the times!

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Creation Museum officially opens

This is not just a historic event in America, but a historic event in Christendom. Over 1000 people attended, including numerous invited guests, local county and state government elected officials, representatives from the state and federal governments, and a phenomenal …

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