Creation Museum Video Wednesday, July 4, 2007Posted by henry000 in anti-evolution, Bible, creation museum, creationism, evolution, fundamentalism, God, museums, rationality, religion, science, video.
Here is a creation museum video clip. It is not a virtual tour, nor does it contain lots of shots of the inside of the museum; rather it is a refutation on the concept of “super evolution” presented by the museum.
Warning – the background music might irrate you. 🙂
Pics of the Creation Museum Wednesday, June 20, 2007Posted by henry000 in anti-evolution, Bible, Christianity, creation museum, creationism, evolution, fundamentalism, God, human evolution, museums, photos, pics, rationality, religion.
If you ever wondered what the new $US27 million dollar Creation Museum looks like inside, then check this out – apparently a couple of young atheists have visited the museum and took quite a number of photos.
You can’t help but notice the number of biblical references in the museum. I know I am stating the obvious here – the museum is simply a plain Christian advertisement without any scientific credentials. And what’s more disturbing is that the number of kids there were – even one child is one too many.
Post the photos, spread the words so that less people go there.
Here are some samples from the photo album.
Above – Isn’t that, er, evolution?
Above – Eve and Adam – of course…
Above – Great real-life models – see what $27 million dollar can bring?
Above – Unlabelled rocks?
Oh No… Creation Museums Thursday, June 14, 2007Posted by henry000 in anti-evolution, Australia, Canada, Christianity, creation museum, creationism, fundamentalism, intelligent design, Kentucky, museums, religion, science.
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The recent opening of the $US27 million Kentucky based creation museum has ignited a wide media coverage and caused a storm in the blogsphere. The timing of it is right on the money, given the recent popular rise of atheists books and the pesky Intelligent Design movement.
And there is the opening of another creation museum, this time in Canada. This one turns out to be a flop so far – little media coverage and its opening was miserable. Perhaps $27 million does make a difference, hey?
Anyway, after a quick research on the Internet, here is a list of creation museums. I am based in Sydney and so was pleased to see that there is none in Australia… until I remembered that the organisation behind the creation museum, Answer In Genesis, is being sued by its Australian equivalent, Creation Ministries International in Australia. Apparently the brain behind the Kentucky “museum” has some Australian roots.