Is David Recorded in History?
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by Creation Museum
9h ago
David is one of the most famous figures in the Bible. As a young man, he killed the mighty Philistine Goliath with a sling and a stone. He flourished as a military commander under King Saul until the king sought to kill him because he grew envious of David’s successes and popularity among the people. Following Saul’s death, David became the king of Judah and eventually ruled all of Israel, and it quickly grew into a powerful nation. His public achievements were marred by personal failures, particularly when he committed adultery with Bathsheba and plotted to have her husband killed in battle ..read more
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What’s So Awesome About Space?
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by Creation Museum
2w ago
A picture is worth a thousand words, and the recent images from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) have written a novel declaring how awesome space really is. They have brought the wonder of space into the hearts of so many people and revealed the beauty and incredible detail that exists out there. From the images of the JWST to exciting space missions and the beginnings of space tourism, things beyond our atmosphere are heating up! At the Creation Museum, our Stargazer Planetarium brings the universe within reach using laser projectors that display strikingly realistic images on a 30-mete ..read more
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Conservatory Plants Moving In
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by Creation Museum
3w ago
Monday was a big day as our new conservatory received a major delivery—the largest delivery of plants for this major Creation Museum project. It took several hours to unload the trailer, and our site development and conservatory teams have begun the planting process inside the conservatory. The conservatory (which consists of four glass greenhouses and a courtyard) will house a special collection of plants of the Bible. The largest of the four structures will highlight the Date Palms, Australian flora, and flowers for seasonal displays.. The other three will be set up for sub-tropical, Medit ..read more
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What Happened to the Dinosaurs?
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by Creation Museum
1M ago
We have to fill in the missing details about what happened to the dinosaurs based on our worldview—our starting points. We all have the same fossils, the same facts, and the same evidence. Our beliefs about how the earth was formed shape our interpretation of the evidence. Fossils Give Clues There are still many mysteries surrounding dinosaurs. We know they are specific types of land animals that were created, along with man, on day six (Genesis 1:24–27), but they have since gone extinct. So we are left to wonder how they lived, what they looked like, and what they ate; and we especially wond ..read more
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New Dinosaur Exhibit Coming to the Creation Museum
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by Creation Museum
1M ago
The excitement is growing as our new Protoceratops Fossilization display, which will be located inside the Starting Points exhibit, heads toward completion. As visitors walk through the exhibit, they will see a remarkable, lifelike Protoceratops in the process of being buried. Based on fossils found in Mongolia, this display will contrast naturalistic and biblical interpretations of the circumstances involved in the burial of this creature. Guests will discover that the biblical flood provides the best explanation of the evidence. Incredible graphics and content will engage readers as they le ..read more
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Were Dinosaurs Dragons?
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by Creation Museum
3M ago
Some versions of the Bible include numerous mentions of “dragons” (although other versions use different words), and most cultures have legends of dragon encounters. But could those dragons have been dinosaurs? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Creation Museum (@creationmuseum) Some dragons flew, and others lived in the water. So, not all dragons could be called dinosaurs, but all dinosaurs could have been dragons. Dinosaurs are land-dwelling animals that have legs directly under their bodies. Some reptiles are mistakenly called dinosaurs. For example, the dimetrodon, which ha ..read more
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Fertilization vs. Conception—What’s the Difference and Why Does It Matter?
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by Creation Museum
3M ago
The scientific advancements made in the area of reproduction can leave us in greater awe of God’s amazing and good design. For believers, that is our response—we are wowed by our Creator’s creative but highly ordered design. From the tiniest of cells to the largest kinds of the created world, the purposeful order of our world beautifully displays God’s intelligent design. The miracle of life begins at microscopic levels, but medically speaking, what do conception and fertilization mean, and why should people know the difference? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Creation Museum ..read more
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New Identity Exhibit, Radiance, Coming to the Creation Museum
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3M ago
What is the number one question young people are wrestling with these days? Well, it’s “Who am I?” Questions of identity are soaring, with identity-based content on social media platforms like TikTok garnering billions of views and internet searches like “Am I gay?” or “Am I trans?” jumping each year. And we want to help young people find their true identity—an identity grounded in God’s design from creation and the gospel of Jesus Christ. That’s why we’re designing a brand-new exhibit for the Creation Museum—Radiance. This beautiful new exhibit space will focus on our identity as an image o ..read more
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Death, Taxes, and . . . Easter?
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4M ago
The final days of Jesus were action-packed and full of significance: he entered Jerusalem to the praises of the people, overturned the tables of money changers doing business in the temple, washed the feet of his disciples, and ate one last meal with them. The mood of the people changed quickly, however, and their praises soon devolved into demands for Jesus’ death. Jesus’ death was the perfect sacrifice and paid the price for sin once and for all. In Jesus’ resurrection, he defeated death with a full and final confirmation that he is indeed the Son of God. Each Easter, we remember and celeb ..read more
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Atheist Turned Christian
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4M ago
Roger Patterson, Education Specialist for Answers in Genesis and a familiar face around the Creation Museum, was an atheist and trained as an evolutionist when he was in university. So, what changed? Hear part of his testimony in this clip. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Creation Museum (@creationmuseum) Learn from Roger During your visit to the Creation Museum, you could learn from Roger during one of our Discover Programs, which is included with your admission. He also leads a Hidden in Plain Sight tour (additional cost) where guests can learn interesting facts about the h ..read more
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