Posted by: BibleScienceGuy | April 20, 2008

3. Coyote Mystery Tour Revealed

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Coyote Mystery Tour

What is the 9,150-mile-long Coyote Mystery Tour outlined on this map?

What is the theme of the trip? What are the featured stops?

The initials CMT were a subtle hint pointing to the answer.

Baseball fanatics occasionally try to visit every major league stadium during a baseball season. The Coyote Mystery Tour was stimulated by this concept.

The initials for Coyote Mystery Tour, CMT, are also the initials for Creation Museum Tour.

Would you like to visit every North American creation museum this summer?

To help you plan such a rewarding vacation trip, I’ve put together a list of 10 creation museums/shows with brief descriptions, locations (marked by yellow push pins on the map), and contact information. There may be more, but these are the ones that I know about in North America.

All the museums are geared toward communicating with people less than one million years old, so even committed evolutionists can benefit from the tour.

Trip length is about 9,150 miles with 141 hours of driving time. It’s best to do it leisurely in order to enjoy the sites and museums along the way. Museum tours can be supplemented with visits to zoos and to state and national parks. These also magnificently display the Great Creator’s glory.

There are a number of dinosaur state parks along the way which exhibit dinosaur fossils from Noah’s Flood. But their origin is incorrectly identified. Signs will say “70 million years old” instead of “4500 years old from Noah’s Flood.”

The museums are listed in order along a recommended round trip route from Michigan through Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. The tour passes through 26 US states and 3 Canadian provinces.

Even if you can’t do the whole tour, any part of it, even one museum, will be worthwhile.

Take as many kids with you as you can. Visits to any of the various Creation museums around the country can encourage youth to explore science apart from the corrupting influence of the evolutionary thought paradigm which so dominates science classes. Creation museums explain science within a Biblical worldview and show that the earth is full of the glory of God.

Succeeding blog posts will cover the individual museum stops along the CMT in a “virtual” tour.

For Christ and His Kingdom. Soli Deo Gloria.

This is the third post in the Coyote Mystery Tour series of 14 articles on creation museums in North America.
Read the prequels:
1. Coyote Mystery Tour
2. Coyote Mystery Tour: Guesses

Read the sequel:
4. CMT 1st Stop: Strasburg, PA

Read April 2008’s Bible-Science newspaper column Circle of the Earth.

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Sunday April 20, 2008 A.D.

And one [seraphim] called out to another and said, “Holy, Holy, Holy, is the LORD of hosts. The whole earth is full of His glory.” (Isaiah 6:3)

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