Posted by: BibleScienceGuy | January 29, 2009

8. Impressive Exhibits 

Riding a dino-bronc at the Creation Museum

The Creation Museum is chock-full of very impressive exhibits. The Dinosaur Den at the end of the Walkthrough is full of life-size dinosaur replicas including stegosaurus, tyrannosaurus rex, raptors, triceratops, ceratosaurus, chasmosaurus.

There are lots of hands-on exhibits throughout the museum which children particularly enjoy. One very popular one is a dinosaur with a saddle for youngsters to ride.

A bonus is an outdoor nature area with lake, streams, waterfalls, paths, bridges, and picnic pavilions. Dinosaur models are scattered throughout the park, including a Loch Ness sculpture in the lake.

A small zoo with zorse (zebra-horse) and zonkey (zebra-donkey) demonstrate the variation within the horse kind. Noah only needed to take two horses to preserve the kind’s genetic diversity. All horse species developed from the original pair as subpopulations were isolated and the gene pool was sorted.

We were the first zoo visitors to see a newborn Sicilian miniature donkey.

Our whole family thoroughly enjoyed the museum, and both parents and children strongly recommend it. It will enhance your understanding of Scripture, strengthen your Biblical worldview, and encourage your stand for Biblical truth.

This concludes my 8-part series of blog posts on AIG’s Creation Museum.
Read the prequel:
7. Noah’s Ark

©William T. Pelletier, Ph.D.
Thursday January 29, 2009 A.D.

For the earth will be filled With the knowledge of the glory of the LORD, as the waters cover the sea.
(Habakkuk 2:14 )



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