Meet Tucker

I have included some photographs of a new member of the Creation Museum—his name is “Tucker,” and he was a real hit yesterday with our 1800 visitors, including many children (plus our museum’s operations director Dan Mangus, holding Tucker).

Very Special Talk at the Museum, on a Memorable Date—December 7

Things are not static at the Creation Museum.  Even our lecturers are constantly developing new talks for our museum attendees. Popular AiG speaker Mike Riddle is a former Marine (although he is quick to remind me that there really is no such thing as a “former” Marine!), and with this military background, Mike has come up with a special patriotic talk that also incorporates our biblical authority message.

Why is the special talk being given on December 7?  History buffs will recognize that date: the entrance of the U.S. into World War II after the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941.

Here is how Mike summarizes the talk that he will give at noon on December 7 (a Monday) inside the museum (free for museum ticket holders):

America: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

This talk presents the history of America and her battles for freedom, including the War for Independence, Civil War, WW I and II, Korea, Vietnam, as well as the Cold War—and now the war on terror. The talk then focuses on another and greater battle that will affect America’s future: the importance of biblical foundations. The gospel message will also be presented. The talk is accompanied with memorable graphics and music that reflect this country’s heritage.

Bring a friend to the museum on Monday, December 7—someone who needs to hear the gospel message and appreciates learning about America’s heritage. Again, the talk by Mike is free with museum admission.

As a relatively new citizen of America, this kind of presentation is of personal interest to me.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying

Ken