Tag Archive for 'cincinnati'

Enquiring with the Enquirer?

Is the secular media by and large guilty of trying to censor Christianity from the public eye? I believe it is. Here is an example from the area where our Creation Museum is located.

Recently our Cincinnati Enquirer newspaper had …

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New Christmas Town—Spread the Word

This is the news release our publicist distributed to the media this morning, slightly adapted for the web:

“New Christmas Town” Celebration—Creation Museum Celebrates Christmas
with New Attractions, Popular Live Nativity, and Spectacular Lights

The popular Christmas festivities at the

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Zip Around the Creation Museum

Yesterday was the grand opening of the impressive new zip line course at the Creation Museum—the biggest and best zip lines in the Midwest! The new zip line course includes 23 zip lines (eventually 27) and 10 sky bridges. We’re …

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Assistant Manager at Cincinnati Museum Center Derides Creation Museum

Editor’s note: Two days after this blog was posted, leaders representing both the Cincinnati Museum Center and the Creation Museum spoke (June 9). The Creation Museum was assured that the assistant manager in question at the Cincinnati Museum Center is

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Canadians at the “Disney-Quality” Creation Museum

Here is a Creation Museum testimony from a Canadian man who reported on a trip that his church recently took to the museum. Frankly, I have been surprised that so many Canadians have visited the museum. When I speak inside …

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Cincinnati Christian University VP and Professor Takes a Swipe at AiG

Knowing the sin nature of man, “The heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked” (Jeremiah 17:9),  and that “men loved darkness rather than light” (John 3:19), we should not be surprised at the attacks an evangelistic, Bible-upholding ministry …

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Kentucky Horses That Will Lead You Astray

The Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, (an hour south of the Creation Museum) is—from what I hear—a very good tourist attraction. Opened in 1978, the park takes up 1,229 acres and is home to around 115 horses. Many people …

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Australia-Founded Travel Organization and Our Cincinnati Area

Because my homeland is Australia, I was intrigued by a connection between a large travel group—with dozens of travel guidebooks and a major website—and Cincinnati, as the Creation Museum is located in the Greater Cincinnati area.

First, though, you may …

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Prominent Symphony Musician Drops By

One of the blessings of living in the Cincinnati metropolitan area is to be able to attend live performances of the famous Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CSO). It’s concertmaster (the lead violin) is Tim Lees, who is in demand as a …

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