The most controversial exhibit for reporters at AIG’s Creation Museum is right in the lobby—humans and dinosaurs together in a garden.
It stuns (even offends) them to hear dinosaurs and humans were contemporaries, because they’ve swallowed evolutionist propaganda that dinosaurs disappeared 65 million years before humans evolved.
The Flood Geology Room disputes the evolutionary mantra “The present is the key to the past.” It proclaims instead that Scripture is the key to understanding the world’s past, present, and future. A video documentary uses the example of the 1980 Mount St. Helens volcanic eruption to demonstrate that massive changes to earth’s geology can be made quickly without needing eons of time.
Lots of water in a little time is the key to understanding the world’s geology—instead of a little water with a lot of time. Step-by-step diagrams portray the Flood’s impact as the displays demonstrate that today’s geology was primarily shaped by Noah’s Flood. Most sedimentary rock layers were deposited by the Flood, and receding flood waters eroded canyons and river valleys.
Last year we visited Wyoming’s Grand Tetons which are still rising, and neighboring Jackson Hole which is still sinking. Museum exhibits illustrate how mountains rose and valleys sank following Noah’s Flood—still tapering off in Wyoming. (Psalm 104:6-9)
Present-day processes cannot account for the accumulation of ice at the poles and in Alaska, Canada, and Greenland. The museum explains how the Ice Age followed the Flood for several hundred years. Relatively rapid continental repositioning was a consequence of Noah’s Flood.
©William T. Pelletier, Ph.D.
Thursday January 22, 2009 A.D.
Thou didst cover it with the deep as with a garment;
The waters were standing above the mountains.
At Thy rebuke they fled;
At the sound of Thy thunder they hurried away.
The mountains rose, the valleys sank down
To the place which Thou didst establish for them.
Thou didst set a boundary that they may not pass over;
That they may not return to cover the earth.