At a special lunch meeting today at the AiG office, Dr. David Menton gave a lecture to the staff on "Three ways to make an apeman!" (see photographs). As per usual, Dr. Menton gave a very entertaining but very instructive lecture. When the Creation Museum opens next year, Dr. Menton will give mini-lectures throughout the museum using his skull collection. He will also be involved with lecture series. The museum will be a very dynamic place.
By the way-what are the "three ways to make an apeman?" As Dr. Menton showed: (1) Take a human skull and use artistic license to say it’s ape-like; (2) Take an ape skull and try to make it look human-like; (3) Mix ape and human skull and jaw pieces together (as was done with Piltdown man).
CO-AUTHOR OF THE GENESIS FLOOD VISITS
We were honored today to be visited by Dr. John Whitcomb and his wife Norma. Dr. Whitcomb co-authored the famous book The Genesis Flood (the book that really started the modern creation movement) with the late Dr. Henry Morris. I saw Dr. Whitcomb five weeks ago at the memorial service for Dr. Morris.
I was able to show Dr. and Mrs. Whitcomb the museum construction and the offices. AiG will now be organizing Dr. Whitcomb’s ministry schedule---call AiG’s outreach department for further details.
BEHIND THE SCENES
On Friday around 700 AiG Museum Charter members will be visiting for a special open day. Supporters will have their photographs taken with Buddy Davis and me, and hear various talks (I will give a talk three times during the day).
Yesterday I mentioned that evolutionists claimed they had found a transitional form that showed creationists were wrong! I encourage you to read our preliminary report on this fossil find on the front page of the AiG website: Gone fishin’ for a missing link? (A preliminary response).
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