Tag Archive for 'Henry Morris'

A Visit from Henry Morris’s Daughter and Granddaughter

Returning from my speaking ministry in Florida, I was pleased to discover that the daughter of one of my heroes of the faith was in the museum with her daughter. Rebecca Barber is the daughter of the late Dr. Henry …

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Happy Reformation Day!

Today people across America are walking through their neighborhoods exclaiming, “Trick or treat!” and “Happy Halloween!” But we at Answers in Genesis and the Creation Museum encourage you to think about Reformation Day instead.

Below is an insightful article by …

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Reunions at the Museum

Pals Meet at the Creation Museum

The Creation Museum served as a meeting point recently for a couple of pen pals who had been corresponding for more than 40 years but had never met in person. Ron is from Indiana …

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The Genesis Flood Anniversary Conference

Here is a series of photographs taken during the day at our very successful Saturday conference at the Creation Museum, commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of The Genesis Flood. This is the book that started the modern …

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Honoring Two Great Men of God

This year is the 50th anniversary of the publication of the book The Genesis Flood, co-authored by Dr. John Whitcomb and Dr. Henry Morris.  This is the book that really started a new “reformation”—a movement to call church and …

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Museum Advisory Board Member Visits the Museum

When AiG was constructing the Creation Museum during the last decade, we sought out some well-known Christian leaders to publicly back our museum project. Those partnerships helped lend more credibility to the museum, especially to help find other Christian leaders …

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Honoring Two Heroes of the Faith

Drs. Morris and Whitcomb, co-authors of the classic 50-year-old book The Genesis Flood.

This coming Friday evening and during the day on Saturday, AiG is holding two very special events at the Creation Museum’s new 1,000-seat auditorium to honor two …

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