Monthly Archive for February, 2011

Geology from a Creationist Perspective

Cedarville University in Ohio (which sponsors some of the special workshops at the Creation Museum) is introducing a new geosciences program this fall. Cedarville holds to a literal six-day account of Genesis and attracts thousands of highly motivated Christian

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Teacher In-service

Every so often, AiG runs special programs for teachers. Instructors are able to obtain credits for this time through one of the large Christian teacher associations. Here are some photographs from the teacher in-service program conducted last week, featuring Dr. …

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Assemblies of God Conference to Feature Speaker from a Bible-undermining Organization

This blog is intended to warn people in the Assemblies of God denomination of what the Office of the General Secretary of the Assemblies of God is sponsoring for an upcoming conference at Evangel University in Missouri that undermines the …

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Creed of Gold

Yesterday, we had a special guest speaker in our morning staff meeting. Daniel Knudsen is one of six children of Mark and Michelle Knudsen in Michigan, who are long-time friends of AiG. Daniel showed us the paper that AiG’s Buddy …

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Pumped About the Ark Encounter

Recently on this blog, I shared an item about a young man who was involved in using snow that had accumulated at his home to form it into a representation of Noah’s Ark on a mountain (and see if you …

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Mission to Africa with Buddy and Kay Davis

Yesterday morning at the AiG staff meeting, Buddy and Kay Davis gave a report on their recent exciting and encouraging missions trip to Africa (Kenya in particular). Here are two photos of Buddy as he gave the staff presentation:

You …

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What a Line Up!!!

Registrations are pouring in for AiG’s Apologetics Mega Conference 2011. It will be held July 18–22 using the facilities of Florence Baptist Church (about 20 minutes from the Creation Museum) in Northern Kentucky and south of Cincinnati (conveniently located …

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AiG History and Mourning the Passing of a Friend

My family is mourning the loss of a family friend and AiG supporter Alice Alexander who passed away late last month. It was six years ago that her husband Harold “Alex” Alexander died, and I wrote about that too. My …

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The Genesis Flood—The Battle Still Rages!


This blog post is longer than usual, but I believe the subject matter required it. I hope you will take time to read it.

In the late 1700s and early 1800s, the idea of a long age (millions of …

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Special Visitors

We get to meet a lot of interesting visitors at the Creation Museum.

On Thursday of this week, the Creation Museum had a group of visitors from the Mennonite Disaster Service. Their leader, Mr. Paul Brubacher, said that …

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