Creation Museum Redux

I still haven’t visited the Creation Museum which opened on Memorial day in Petersburg, KY, just across the Ohio River from my hometown of Aurora, IN. Therefore this post is not a personal review of my family’s visit to the Museum. Do not fear, that post is imminent; no man knows the day but this father. I do want to make you aware of two excellent Creation Museum reviews. The first is by my old friend Philip, who is now also a blogging peer. You may read his museum visit report here at his new team blog – Doses of Reality: the Antidote to Your Misconceptions. I have recently added this site to my blogroll, and a regular dosage is highly recommended.The second review I recommend was written by Southern Seminary professor Russell Moore. His Baptist Press article “Closed Minds at the Museum” is excellent.


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Christ follower. Husband of one woman. Father of three young men. Former 11B. Blessed to pastor the Bible Baptist Church of Mount Vernon, KY.
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5 Responses to Creation Museum Redux

  1. Philip says:

    Thanks for the plug! I hope you enjoy the museum as much as I did!

  2. Philip says:

    One more thing… I notice you have a link to Digg. I also regularly visit Digg, but I just cannot believe the absolute hatred of Christians I find there. I have finally just decided that it’s little more than a small group (less than 500) of teenage brat atheist-wannabes. Otherwise, Digg is pretty cool!

  3. Travis says:

    You’re welcome for the plug; it’s deserved. As for the Digg link, I was actually playing around with my Feedburner account when I added the Digg link. I’ve never even visited. It may not be long for this blog.

  4. Raspberry Grace says:

    I really do wish Ken Ham and his co workers a lot of luck with the new Museum, I find his faith very inspiring, and of course I believe in creation too.

    I’d dearly love to visit,perhaps one day!

  5. fatboyslimming says:

    How can I question what you believe in when I don’t have the answer myself. But I feel you may need to be more open minded.

    I noticed a comment about the persecution of christians. You should try living in the UK which is slowly being turned into a mish mash of multi culturalism versus islamic state.

    I am not a church goer but I do believe in god and would much prefer my children and that of all my countrymen/women to be given a church of England upbringing than to be brain washed with everyone elses religions..

    anyway i am ranting now. thanks for letting me post.

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