The “Year of Darwin” is fast approaching. Evolutionists are gearing up for major Darwin celebrations and a major push on Darwinian evolution like never before as we approach the 200th anniversary of Darwin’s birth and the 150th anniversary of the publication of Darwin’s major book On the Origin of Species.
We will be telling much more about the “Year of Darwin” over the next several months. However, I wanted to bring to your attention that AiG has put together two very special “Answers For Darwin” conferences for 2009, conveniently located for many of our supporters on both coasts—and . . . they are free. These conferences will equip Christians and challenge non-Christians.
You can find out all the relevant information from AiG’s special Answers for Darwin website. Write the dates down in your calendar and consider attending these two powerful conferences that will deal with the real foundational problems in this nation—the spiritual problems that have led to the collapse of once Christian America.
More and more visitors from other parts of the world are coming to the Creation Museum. Here is a report from an excited couple who visited from the U.K. recently:
My wife and I have just returned to our home . . . in the UK from a holiday in the USA during which we travelled from Vermont to Florida and many points in between. However, the highlight of our trip was a visit to the Creation Museum in Kentucky on 29/30 October . . . .
Barbara and I had been planning a visit to the USA as part of our retirement/40th-wedding-anniversary celebrations for some time, and when Ken Ham visited our church with the Answers in Genesis team several years ago and mentioned the building of a Creation Museum, we took note and decided to include it in our tour . . . .
We were so impressed with all the exhibits, the professional way in which everything was done, the delicious food at Noah’s Café and, most importantly the way the Gospel was so accurately presented woven in to the 6-day-creation account. Not only that but the fast maturing grounds were a delight to walk around with waterfalls and lake . . . .
What we hadn’t planned for was being able to meet Ken Ham and Buddy, whom, of course, we had met in the UK before, so this was a pleasant surprise. . . . The staff were all so friendly and the bookshop very inviting. . . . All in all we had a fantastic day, relaying this “must-visit” experience to our hotel receptionist at the Holiday Inn Express in nearby Lawrenceburg, which was excellent and an easy drive for those of us who drive on the “wrong” side of the road. . . .
Many thanks indeed, and we look forward to paying another visit perhaps with our grandchildren in a few years time. Oh that such a museum could be built in the UK.
One of the most spectacular, evolutionary, intensely agenda-driven productions to ardently indoctrinate children in Darwinian evolution is on its way to the United Kingdom. The Mail Online reports:
T-rex comes to town: Stunning £10m [$20 million US] show with life-size dinosaurs stomps towards Britain
Dinosaurs are roaming the earth once again—in a spectacular £10million show set to conquer these shores next summer. Based on the award-winning BBC TV series Walking With Dinosaurs, The Arena Spectacular has won widespread acclaim during two sell-out tours in Australia and America and promises to be one of the most groundbreaking shows ever seen in Britain.
Mark Looy and I attended a Walking with Dinosaurs program in the USA recently, and we wrote a detailed web article to warn people that this is not just some entertainment with a few evolutionary statements—this is a deliberate attempt to indoctrinate children to believe they are just animals in the Darwinian evolution of life. Here is a link to the article we wrote recently:
(Hosea 13:4) Yet I am the LORD thy God from the land of Egypt, and thou shalt know no god but me: for there is no saviour beside me.
It took a Great Savior to deliver captive Israel from Egypt, and it takes a Great Savior to deliver us from the judgment for our sins—He is the Lord Jesus Christ.
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